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A box furnace is a square or rectangular shaped furnace used for a wide variety of industrial and laboratory applications. Box furnaces can achieve very high temperatures and most utilize automated temperature control systems to maintain the heat levels in their chambers within just a few degrees, even over long work periods.
Box Furnace Company Links
- Carbolite produces a broad range of box furnaces. They manufacture a full line of box furnaces in twelve temperature classes—from 750°C to 1700°C. Carbolite’s box furnaces are available in a number of configurations and multiple chamber sizes to accommodate the needs of any high-temp application.
Box Furnace ApplicationsGenerally, box furnaces are relatively simple and conservatively designed. This makes them a very versatile choice for high temperature furnace applications. Box furnaces are typically used for:
- Heat treating
- Thermal aging
- Asphalt binder analysis