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Why does the muffle furnace have two floors?

Why does the muffle furnace have two floors?

Muffle furnace is a commonly used heating equipment in laboratories and heat treatment workshops. Most of the traditional refractory brick furnaces that are still in use today, the shell is hot and the wiring is troublesome are problems encountered by many users.

The traditional muffle furnace generally uses a single-layer shell, and the iron sheet directly wraps the hot chamber. This is a common practice. The advantages are simple structure and low cost. But the shortcomings are also obvious: long-term use of the shell temperature is difficult, users need to connect the controller circuit and the heating circuit by themselves, and the thermocouple also needs to be wired by the customer. This requires certain circuit knowledge and practical skills, and some use It is no small challenge for the readers.

Because of the simple structure, the wire connectors are all exposed, which poses no small safety hazards. However, the production technology and process of the muffle furnace are also advancing with the times. We dig deep into the pain points of users, sum up experience, and continuously improve. Simple and easy-to-use, safe and reliable furnace is suitable for users’ needs.

All-in-one smart muffle furnaces are made of double-layer sheet metal, hot chamber + furnace lining + insulation layer + inner tank + air insulation layer + shell. There is also forced cooling by an electric fan between the inner tank and the outer shell, which greatly improves the thorny problem of the furnace shell. The upper part of the furnace is the heating zone, and the lower part is the circuit zone. The control circuit and the heating circuit are now connected inside the furnace, and the user can directly plug in the power to use it. The connection of the device is very simple. The circuits are maintained in the shell, and the circuit can not be seen outside, and the safety has been greatly improved.