Heat Treatment

Refractories for Atmosphere Furnace

Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories has been designing and manufacturing high performance refractories for demanding atmosphere furnaces for over 70 years. Our team of application engineers, material scientists and design engineers understand the conditions in atmosphere furnaces and can help you choose the correct material for your application.

 

Benefit from these advantages:
• Custom engineering to customer specifications
• Consistently high-quality manufacturing
• Extensive worldwide capacity
• Robust export compliance
• Manufacturing locations on multiple continents
• Global R&D resources

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Hydrogen-Nitrogen Atmosphere

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Most traditional kaolin-based, silica rich, refractory brick and fiber can be used to insulate low temperature (1,120°C, 2,050°F) atmosphere (hydrogen-nitrogen) belt furnaces because these furnaces generally operate in atmospheres and at temperatures and dew points where silica is stable. These furnaces, which are used to sinter, braze and normalize P/M parts, typically incorporate silicon carbide (SiC) based structural furnace refractory.

Benefits

Excellent creep resistance
Outstanding wear resistance
Superior thermal conductivity

Documents

Heat Treatment - Brochure

Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics and Refractories has been designing and manufacturing high performance refractories for demanding atmosphere furnaces for

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