Carbolite Gero CWF 11/13 1100°C, 13 litres capacity.
A general-purpose bench-mounted laboratory chamber furnace with a maximum temperature of 1100°C, and a recommended continuous operating temperature of 1000°C. The chamber is 13 litres capacity dimensions H 200 x W 200 x D 325 mm. Heat up time is 90 minutes, and maximum power consumption is 3100 watts. The furnace comes as standard with a 301 controller. Options to upgrade this with 8 or 20 segments ramping with ability to store own programmes.
A new option has been added to use the furnace for burn off applications, this adds enhanced airflow from a tall chimney also included is door vents for full combustion. Model code CWF-B 11/13. Suitable for ashing of plastics, rubber, paint and coal to BS/ISO and ASTM standards.
The furnace has heating elements on both sides of the chamber protected by tough alumina, providing excellent uniformity and allowing heat escape compensation. The elements consist of graded wiring, allowing fast heat up and efficiency at the desired operating temperature.
The chamber entrance is built with refractory material, meaning it is sturdy and resistant coupled with low-density thermal insulation improves temperature profiles.
CWF 11/13 Features
- Soft Closing Door
- Easy maintenance consumable parts accessible, e.g. heating elements
- Free radiating coiled wire elements increase uniformity
- Tough refractory insulation inside the chamber and around the entrance
- Replaceable ceramic hearth useful if leakage
- Door safety switch prevent electric shock
- Double skinned construction allows convection airflow to cool the outer case, to conform to EN61010 safety standard.
- Delayed start and process timer as a standard option.
- CWF-B 11/13 Burn off version
RS232 and RS485 communications
A choice of PID controller or programmers
Over-temperature protection used for long periods of unattended operation.
Furnaces are suitable for ferrous metal heat treatments; annealing, hardening, tempering, stress-relieving, and simulation of a more extensive industrial process, on a laboratory scale. Furnaces can be used testing of component materials or finished products to determine quality, suitable for tooling and coating testing.