Hot air ovens are used for drying laboratory samples and are used up to  a maximum operating temperature of 300° C using tubular heaters. Hot air ovens have stainless steel inner chambers and mild steel outer chambers duly powder coated for superior finish. An air circulation motor with blower is used for uniform distribution of heat throughout the chamber.  The temperature is controlled using an automatic programmable PID Controller and a temperature sensor.



The standard sizes available are:

I)                    450 (W) x 450 (H) x 450 (D)

II)                  300 (W) x 300 (H) x 300 (D)

III)                 500 (W) x 500 (H) x 500 (D)

IV)                600 (W) x 600 (H) x 900 (D)

  • Metal Retorts - A variety of metal retorts are available for use with this range of furnaces. This type of retort is generally used to cater for the following process conditions: a. To maintain controlled atmospheres within the heated chamber; b. To protect the heating elements and insulation from chemical attack by aggressive volatiles given off by fluxes, acids, etc.
  • Four Sided Heating - This option upgrades the standard two sided heating to four sided heating and is recommended in the following circumstances: For use with metal retorts and ceramic liners; To improve chamber temperature uniformity to meet specific process requirements; To up rate the furnace power to cope with large lo
  • R-Type Thermocouple - This option upgrades the standard K Type (mineral insulated inside Inconel sheath) thermocouple to R-Type thermocouple and is recommended if furnace is going to be used continuously at 1200 C.
  • Over Temperature - This option is recommended to protect valuable contents & for unattended operation.
  • Data Logging & Remote Controllers - A range of sophisticated digital controllers, multi-segment programmers and data loggers is available. These can be fitted with RS232 and RS485.