Tube Furnaces

Tube furnaces are electric heating devices used in laboratory settings. They are useful in conducting syntheses and purifications of inorganic compounds, and can be to produce certain forms of organic synthesis. Tube furnace design usually consists of cylindrical cavities or chambers surrounded by heating coils. More advanced designs include two or more heating zones for transport experiments. Tube furnaces can achieve and maintain very high temperatures over extended working periods.

Tube Furnace Manufacturers

  • Carbolite is a leading manufacturer of tube furnaces. They have one of the most comprehensive selections of tube furnace models available anywhere. Their tube furnaces are available in five temperature ratings—from 900°C to 1700°C—with many available in one- or three-zone configurations. Carbolite also produces vacuum tube furnaces, rotary reactor tube furnaces, and other specialized designs.

See also: Box Furnaces

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