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  • Case Study: Dual-Seal Thermocouple for Vacuum Furnace
    Conax designed a dual-seal thermocouple to save production load when thermocouple sheath fails during a production run. Industry: A global manufacturer of specialty glass and high-purity products for the semiconductor industry. Challenge: Large graphite lined vacuum furnace operating at 1500° carry
  • Case Study: Adjustable Multi-point Thermocouple for Vacuum Furnace
    Conax designs an adjustable multi-point thermocouple for furnace while under vacuum. Industry: Bearing Manufacturer serving the medical, aerospace and defense industries. Challenge: This manufacturer has an R&D vacuum furnace. They need the ability to measure temperature at different positions
  • Assessing Work-Basket Alloys for Vacuum Furnaces
    A commercial heat treating company draws on its experience and test results to determine which high-temperature alloys to use for vacuum furnace baskets.
  • Vacuum Carburizing Furnace Cooler
    Project Goal. Provide pumping station, heat exchanger, chiller package and control panel that meet specifications all within the limited size available on the factory floor.
  • Adding High Velocity to High Pressure Gas Quenching
    Despite the widespread commercial use of hydrogen, not all of the flammability limits of the gas are known. Experiments were done to determine hydrogen reaction limits in a partial pressure vacuum to allow the design of a vacuum furnace system having the necessary safeguards.
  • How to make Pyrolytic Boron Nitride Ceramic Part?
    used material in high vacuum processes. Without showing melting point and high thermal conductivity, pyrolytic content is ideal to be used as vacuum furnace parts. The CVD process gives this PBN an almost perfect layered structure, which leads to anisotropic thermal conductivity, making it an ideal
  • Air Separation Case Study
    Air separation plant supplying oxygen to a glass furnace at a lighting products company; Experiencing significant reliability problems and excessive maintenance costs keeping the existing supplier's feed and vacuum blowers operational.

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