Description

The HT1600-RB furnace is designed to perform impulse excitation measurements at elevated temperatures up to 1600 °C in an air atmosphere or with an inert gasflow (optionally) on 2 samples simultaneously. Measurements can be performed in predefined intervals during heating and cooling (1-3 °C/min) in order to determine the elastic properties and damping as function of the temperature. The light weight refractory brick insulation is optimized for carbon-containing refractories. Optionally, a dilatometer can be mounted on the system to measure the linear expansion simultaneously with the elastic properties.

Specifications

Internal dimensions of the furnace
Width: 148 mm
Depth: 208 mm
Height: 176 mm
Temperature range
Room temperature - 1600 °C
Heating elements
MoSi2 heating elements (8 pieces)
Heating/cooling rate
1 - 3 °C/min
Isolation material
Light weight refractory brick
Furnace wall cooling
Water jacket
Atmosphere
Air
(optionally with gas flow)
Furnace (sample) loading
Bottom load
Number of samples
2
Max. length of sample
160 mm
Positioning excitation system
Fixed
Positioning microphone
Fixed
Dilatometer
Optional