Elements are used in a wide variety of furnace applications, from small laboratory furnaces to large industrial heating processes, in different atmospheres and temperature ranges.
INCINERATION AND REGENRATION
|Non-ferrous (aluminum, magnesium, copper)||Non-ferrous (Aluminum, magnesium, copper)||Gold||Burning Organic Wastes|
|Glass||Silver||Carbon Regeneration of Removal of Organics|
Space Shuttle Tiles
|Float Glass (Tin Bath)|
Fluidized Bed Designs
SINTERING POWERED METALS
|Billet Heating||Bright Annealing of Stainless Steel||Thermal Conductivity|
|Hand Tools||Stress Relieving||Thermal Expansion|
|Automotive & Aircraft Valves||Glass||Flammability Testing|
Basic Powders & Grains
|Jet Engine Blades||Modulus of Rupture Testing|
In many applications including: glass, ceramics, electronics and metal industries, and also for re- search and development. Examples of some typical furnaces where QS SIC elements are the natural choice are illustrated below:
The single ended connection of QS SG&SGR elements makes them ideally suited to various applications where standard elements cannot conveniently be used, such as where access would be difficult, or in any case where single ended connections are essential.
QS SG and SGR elements are used in a wide variety of furnace applications, from small laboratory furnaces to large industrial heating processes, in different atmospheres and temperature ranges. The elements allow great freedom in furnace design which, combined with simple installation and long operating life.
makes them the preferred choice in many applications including: Glass, ceramics, electronics and metal industries and also for research and development.
Examples of some typical furnaces where QS SG and SGR elements are the natural choice are illustrated below.
High temperature laboratory furnaces
•Creep testing, MOR and DTA
•General purpose box and tube furnaces
Batch and continuous furnaces to 1600°C (2910°F)
• Alumina ceramics
• Electronics components
• Tin oxide electrodes
• Luminous powders
• Powder metal sintering
Melting and holding of non ferrous metals
• Crucible or reverberatory
• Immersion heater
QS SG and SGR elements are ideally suited to most types of high-temperature equip- ment, including:
• High-temperature laboratory furnaces
Creep testing, MOR and DTA
General purpose box and tube furnaces
• Melting and holding of non ferrous metals Crucible or reverberatory
• Glass feeders
• Batch and continuous furnaces to 1600°C (2910°F) Alumina ceramics
Electronics components Tin oxide electrodes Luminous powders Powder metal sintering.