Laboratory oven built with painted steel structure with anti-scratch epoxy paint cooked at 180 ºC.
The thermal insulation consists of ceramic fiber and low-density refractory bricks. The heating part is composed of electrical resistances in wire type KANTHAL coiled.
The characteristic of a gradient kiln is to have different firing zones with different temperatures (thermal gradient), which follow the same firing cycle, on samples of the same type.
Mod. 95/S consists of 6 independent heating cells.1
The most important features of this model are:
- temperature uniformity within each of the 6 cells
- possibility to fix gradients of even 15 years C between cell and cell
- cooking cycle management entrusted to a PC with
Windows operating system (not included)
- possibility to store and print the results obtained in the
various cells during thermal cycles
- Easy PC manipulation and programming
- possibility to manage the oven even from remote
- possibility to perform cycles with time to reach the maximum temperature from a minimum of 50 minutes to a maximum of 180 minutes
1. The construction of separate cells, instead of a single cell with multiple placements, requires t oesn’t affect the samples distorting the results.