A tube furnace is an electric heating device used to conduct syntheses and purifications of inorganic compounds and occasionally in organic synthesis. The design consists of a cylindrical cavity surrounded by heating coils that are embedded in a thermally insulating matrix. Temperature can be controlled via feedback from a thermocouple. Some digital temperature controllers provide an RS232 interface, and permit the operator to program segments for uses like ramping, soaking, sintering, and more. The turbo molecular pump fitted with the tube can provide vacuum in the tube. And also the gas regulators can provide gas to the tube in a controlled manner.
Tube Furnace Specifications
Vacuum Pump Specifications
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