Carbolite is pleased to announce the introduction their new Afterburner Ashing Furnace. Unlike most traditional ashing furnaces, the ABF 8/28 incorporates an afterburner to combust the pollutants before they are released from the furnace. The ABF 8/28 has a max temperature of 800C. The furnace offers a 28 liter chamber, has a large floor space and a fan assisted, pre-exhaust afterburner. (read more)
Carbolite is pleased to announce several new and improved products in our laboratory furnace and oven range. Additional sizes and temperatures of box (muffle) and tube furnaces allow selection of the ideal product for the customer's process. Redesigned laboratory ovens are provided in four temperature ranges. (read more)
Carbolite's extensive range of Laboratory Tube Furnaces is one of the most comprehensive available from a single source. Our portfolio includes furnaces ranging from 900°C up to 1800°C, both vertical and horizontal orientations, single and three zone configurations as well as solid and split-hinged designs. (read more)
The Carbolite Rotary Reactor Furnace is designed for laboratory scale calcination and the production of high temperature reactions in a wide range of materials.
The Rotary Reactor combines all the advantages of the fluidized bed furnace and the rotary kiln by providing both a controlled atmosphere and simultaneous agitation of powdered solids. (read more)
Carbolite is pleased to announce the development of a New range of laboratory furnaces that combines both radiant heating technology and microwave technology described as Microwave Assist Technology (MAT). Faster, more uniform sample heating, improved material properties, greater energy efficiency, & improved yield are only a few of the advantages this technology offers. (read more)
For heating of combustible materials for material removal or analysis of ash residue, Carbolite has developed a line of ashing and burn-off furnaces. These furnaces provide specific features to enhance ventilation and maintain good temperature uniformity as well as protect the sample from contamination. (read more)
Carbolite clean room ovens are designed for use in a Class 100 environment. They are not fitted with internal filters to provide a Class 100 environment inside the oven when not used in a clean room area.
Carbolite's Clean Room Ovens are available with maximum operating temperatures of 250°C and area available in a variety of chamber sizes ranging from 30 to 1790 liters. (read more)
Carbolite 1700 C & 1800 C Horizontal Tube Furnaces (CTF) are known worldwide for their responsiveness and operational flexibility. Making heat do more. If you require further assistance on the CTF Horizontal Tube Furnace please e-mail Carbolite sales@carbolite-usa. (read more)
Carbolite's RWF Box Furnaces are ideal for light to medium duty applications where rapid thermal response is a primary requirement. The units are equipped with powerful, free radiating coiled wire elements that are held firmly in the sides and roof of the chamber. (read more)
400°C, 500°C, & 600°C High Temperature Industrial Ovens
Many heating processes, such as tempering, glass annealing, preheating and stress relieving demand the use of an oven capable of operating efficiently at temperatures up to 600 °C. The Carbolite range of high temperature ovens has been specially developed to meet these requirements. (read more)
Carbolite Gas Cooled Chambers are available in a range of sizes from 30 liters up to 200 liters. These units can operated with either liquid nitrogen or carbon dioxide as a cooling agent, making them ideal for your low temperature testing processes. The normal working temperature range for this line of products is -60°C to 200°C. (read more)
The ELF range is bench mounted with a maximum temperature of 1100°C and is available with chamber capacities of 6, 14 and 23 liters. These furnaces are ideal for light duty, general laboratory work. The digital Carbolite 301 controller is fitted as standard and has an adjustable single ramp to set point as well as a built in timer that allows for a delayed start or fixed process duration. (read more)