Vacuum Induction Melting MELTING UNDER VACUUM in an induc-tion-heated crucible is a tried and tested process intheproductionofliquidmetal.Ithasitsorigins in the middle of the 19th century, but the actual technical breakthrough occurred in the second half of the 20th century. Commercial vacuum induction melting (VIM) was developed in the
Pressure sinter furnace is mainly suitable for sintering and pressure sinter processes of tungsten alloy, magnetic, heavy alloy, moly alloy, cemented carbide. etc. Vacuum Pressure Sintering Furnace Technical Features 1. The furnace adopts special hot zone structure and heating element design, which features good temperature uniformity. 2.
2018725USES of vacuum sintering furnace: It is used for vacuum sintering of hard alloy, copper tungsten alloy, tungsten, molybdenum, aluminum nickel cobalt permanent magnet, SmCo5, Sm2Co17, ndfeb, titanium alloy and other alloy materials and ceramics. Characteristics of vacuum sintering furnace:
Description Pressure Infiltration furnace is used for cooper and tungsten alloy vacuum infiltration, and for vacuum sintering and pressure sintering of heavy alloy, moly alloy and cemented carbide. Technical Features 1. The furnace adopts special hot zone structure and heating element design, which features good temperature uniformity. 2.
Vacuum Furnace Elements Molybdenum or Tungsten are the ideal choice when you need to achieve long life at high temperatures in a vacuum furnace. These materials operate trouble-free at high temperatures for years and low vapor pressure allows them to be used in a vacuum.
Vacuum Rapid Quenching Furnace. Vacuum rapid quenching furnace is used to melt neodymium iron boron (alloy) in vacuum using mid-frequency induction heating technology and perform casting by pouring it onto a fast rotating cooling roller in order to form amorphous material to meet the processing requirement. Universal Vacuum Sintering Furnace
HTS Vacuum Furnaces produces, repairs and sells industrial vacuum and high vacuum furnaces for the heat and surface treatment of metals. The work done in synergy with experts in the areas of heat treatment, metallurgy and steels, and our constant commitment to the research and development of new technological solutions, enable us to offer an
The gas pressure sintering furnace is commonly used for vacuum sintering and pressure sintering of Sic, Si3N4 and other ceramic parts. This horizontal sintering furnace adopts a special structure for hot areas and design with heating elements for a good uniformity of temperature.
Applied to cemented carbide, copper tungsten alloy, tungsten, molybdenum, aluminum nickel and cobalt magnet, SmCo5, Sm2Co17 and neodymium iron boron, titanium and other alloy materials of the vacuum / atmosphere sintering. Features: 1. The ultra-high temperature furnace within 2400, can fully meet the sintering of various materials. 2.
Vacuum sintering furnace and degreaser designed for degreasing and sintering products of tungsten alloys, high specific gravities, molybdenum alloys and titanium, tungsten carbide, etc. Suitable for Korpus vacuum sintering furnace and degreasing: all carbon steel / stainless steel inside / full stainless steel 3.Kamera
Product Description of MIM Vacuum Dewax Sintering Furnace,Metal Injection Molding MIM Vacuum Dewax and Sintering Integrated Machine . The integrated debinding and sintering furnace is the fantastic industrial furnace for degreasing and sintering of powder metallurgies and metal injection molding products including stainless steel, hard alloy, superalloy, high density alloy, ceramic material
El zone sintering furnace hot metal is used mainly for sintering titanium alloy, nickel alloy, tungsten alloy, heavy alloy, molybdenum alloy, high temperature alloy and cemented carbide materials. It works for vacuum sintering processes, partial pressure and sintered under pressure sintered positiva.
China Vacuum Sintering Furnace Famous Brand; Our furnace product range includes 1800°C high temperature sinter-HIP furnace, 6MPa sintering-HIP furnace for lab research, rapid-cooling sintering furnace (fast cooling from 1500°C to 100°C, ≤ 2.5h), high temperature sintering furnace (max. temperature: 2100°C).
201841Stainless steel and nickel-chromium alloys are commonly used for lower temperature applications such as aluminum brazing and at higher partial pressures, while graphite, molybdenum, and tungsten are more common for higher temperature processes such as hardening, sintering and nickel or copper brazing.