1.What is a vacuum sintering furnace?
Vacuum sintering furnace is a Vacuum furnace that conducts protective sintering of heated articles in a vacuum environment. There are many heating methods, such as resistance heating, induction heating, microwave heating, etc.
2. What are the specific uses of vacuum sintering furnaces?
Vacuum sintering furnaces have a wide range of uses, and their applications vary greatly depending on the different parameters of the furnace. The vacuum sintering furnace produced by our company is mainly used for production by colleges, research institutions, and enterprises. Sintering treatment is carried out on inorganic materials under vacuum or protective atmosphere hot pressing conditions to obtain high-density products, such as producing high-precision silicon nitride ceramics, zirconia and other ceramic products.
3. What is the difference between the vacuum induction furnace and the Vacuum furnace?
Vacuum induction furnace is a furnace that uses induction heating to perform protective sintering on heated items. It can be divided into power frequency, medium frequency, high frequency, and other types and can be classified as a subclass of vacuum sintering furnace.
4. What is a vacuum induction sintering furnace?
Vacuum induction sintering furnace is a special product that uses the principle of medium frequency induction heating under vacuum or protective atmosphere conditions to achieve sintering of hard alloy cutting heads and various metal powder pressing bodies. It is a complete set of equipment designed for the industrial production of hard alloy, dysprosium metal, and ceramic materials. It can be classified as a subclass of vacuum sintering furnaces.