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Working temperatures up to 1600°C
Production plant consisting of three electrically heated bogie hearth furnaces
Model WK 3500/12 GAS for a leading manufacturer of fuel cells
Sintering of fuel cell stacks with pressurization and process gas supply
Production plant consisting of electrically heated bogie hearth furnaces
Model WK 17000/13 DB for a leading manufacturer of grinding wheels in Switzerland
Combined debinding and sintering of grinding wheels with controlled purge air preheating and thermal exhaust gas cleaning.
Loading and unloading of bogies via industrial robots.
Fully automatic movement of the bogies via a rail-bound traversing device with loading and unloading stations as well as parking tracks for the bogies in front of and next to the furnaces.
The complete plant works in unmanned operation.
Production line consisting of four electrically heated chamber furnaces
Model KK 500/14 DB for a leading manufacturer of technical ceramics in China
Combined debinding and sintering of complex technical ceramic components with controlled purge air preheating and catalytic exhaust gas purification
Production plant consisting of two gas-heated bogie hearth furnaces
Model WK 3500/12 GAS for the world market leader of water filters in Switzerland
Debinding and sintering of ceramic filter elements.
Exhaust gas purification via powerful thermal afterburning.
Delivery incl. FID exhaust gas measurement (measurement of the total carbon content TOC by flame ionization detector).
Production plant consisting of three electrically heated high temperature hood furnaces model HTH 2000/17 LB2 for a manufacturer of ceramic components for gas turbines.
Sintering of ceramic components at temperatures up to 1750°C
Alternating operation via two charging tables
Production plant consisting of four electrically heated high-temperature tube furnaces for a Dutch electronics group
Sintering of materials for LED production at temperatures up to 1750°C with the addition of process gases