Carbolite Gero Launches new TSO Rotary Reactor Tube Furnace Range
Jun 01 2021
Carbolite Gero’s new TSO rotary/oscillatory reactor tube furnace range delivers first-class performance in a single or three-zone configuration with significantly reduced power consumption. It features high-quality heating elements, innovative thermal insulation and a hinged split body.
The oscillatory motion of the TSO rotating tube furnace, of between 1 and 8 oscillations per minute, increases the surface area of the sample material exposed to the atmosphere within this vessel as it rotates through 315°. In turn, this speeds up reaction times and overall yields in the 120mm diameter reactor vessel that can be supplied with a heated length of 400, 600, 800 or 1,000mm.
The outstanding quality of the heating elements that are employed in Carbolite Gsero’s new tube furnace solutions, including the TSO range, ensure excellent temperature uniformity at up to 1100°C with fast heat-up time and the split body and pneumatic rear hinging allows for fast cool-down rates. The latest innovative insulation ensures minimal energy consumption and a low external case temperature for operator safety.
The furnace range can be equipped with gas connections to accommodate modified atmosphere applications and inert gas package modules allow the user to employ up to 3 non-reactive gases with either manual or automatic control.
Three zone models are fitted with Carbolite Gero’s latest CC-T1 touch-screen controller and options available include over-temperature protection. This controller is equipped with ethernet communications as standard and offers programmable control in which 24 segments may be set as ramp, step or dwell. The controller can also store and retrieve 10 unique program files with CSV data logging via a USB port for simplicity of use.
Full details on the TSO Range are available online and for those browsing on a mobile phone or tablet you can position a 3D rendered model using Augmented Reality.
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