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• Chamber furnace up to 1750 °C

Chamber furnaces are used to sinter ceramic parts at temperatures up to 1750 °C.

This type of furnace is lined with lightweight refractory bricks.




• Bogie hearth furnace 1400 °C – 1600 °C

Products such as filters are fired in the bogie hearth furnace. The usual firing temperatures are between 1400 °C and 1600 °C.

This furnace type is generally lined with fiber modules.


• Push plate furnace up to 1750 °C

The push plate furnace is used to sinter ceramic parts  at temperatures up to 1750 °C.

This type of furnace is lined with dense bricks or lightweight  refractory bricks. There are also designs with fiber ceilings, but  these  are  limited to applications with a maximum temperature of 1500 °C.




• Roller kiln

The roller furnace is used, among other things, for firing tableware, but also  technical  ceramics.  This  type  of   furnace  is  usually  lined   with lightweight  refractory  bricks  in  the  walls  and  floor  and  has  a  fiber ceiling. 


• Tunnel kiln up to 1750 °C

In the tunnel kiln, the products are fired at temperatures up to 1750°C.

This kiln type is  lined  with  dense  bricks  in  the  front  layer  and  with lightweight    refractory   bricks   and   insulating   panels   in   the   back insulation. Tunnel kilns can be designed with suspended covers or with vaults.




Bell furnace up to 1750 °C

In the bell furnace, the products are fired at temperatures up to 1750 °C.

This  type  of  furnace  is  usually  lined  with lightweight refractory bricks and, if the  maximum  temperature  does  not  exceed 1620°C, with  fiber modules as well.