Vacuum Induction Tungsten Sintering Hydrogen Furnace
Vacuum induction tungsten sintering furnace is under the protection of hydrogen gas after vacuum pumping. By using the principle of medium frequency induction heating, the tungsten crucible in the coil produces high temperature, which is transmitted to work by thermal radiation. It is suitable for powder forming and sintering of refractory alloys such as tungsten, molybdenum and their alloys by scientific research and military units.
The structure forms are mostly vertical and discharging. Its main components are: electric furnace body, vacuum system, water cooling system, pneumatic system, hydraulic system, feeding and discharging mechanism, base, worktable, induction heating device (tungsten heater and advanced thermal insulation material), power supply device, medium frequency power supply and electrical control system, etc.
After vacuuming, hydrogen gas is filled to control the sintering state of pressure and atmosphere in the furnace. Optical fibre infrared radiation thermometer and armored thermocouple can be used to continuously measure temperature (0-2500 C). After comparing with the setting program, the intelligent temperature controller can choose to implement state feedback to medium frequency power supply, automatically control the temperature and heat preservation program.
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