Sliding vacuum tube furnace is a special furnace developed for the growth of graphene, and it is also suitable for CVD experiments that require rapid rise and decrease of temperature. The furnace body adopts MXG1200 open-type tubular furnace, the bottom of which is installed with linear sliding rail. When the growth is over, pulling the furnace body left and right can ensure enough space for the experimental samples to move out of the furnace body, so as to achieve the requirement of rapid cooling.
Main functions and features:
1. Flanged seal is adopted to facilitate the placing and taking of materials;
2. The furnace body can be moved left and right to achieve rapid cooling and meet the experimental requirements of sudden cooling and heating of materials;
3, furnace using Japanese technology vacuum adsorption molding quality polycrystalline alumina fiber inorganic materials, heat preservation performance is good, durable, high tensile strength, no miscellaneous ball, high purity, energy saving effect is superior to other domestic fiber material, embedded resistance wire high resistance alloy wire 0 cr27al7mo2 high quality, durable, the highest heating temperature is 1200 ℃.
4. Reserved vacuum and air circuit quick interface, which can be used with vacuum system and mixed gas distribution system of our company;
5. Reserve the data conversion interface, cooperate with the software customized by our company, connect with the computer, and realize the remote control, real-time tracking, historical records, output statements and other functions of one or more electric furnaces; Paperless recording device can be installed to realize data storage and output.
6, optional built-in thermocouple, real-time monitoring of the temperature in the constant temperature zone.
7, with over temperature alarm power off function and leakage protection measures, safe and reliable operation.
Main USES and scope of application:
Universities, research institutes, industrial and mining enterprises do graphene growth, high-temperature atmosphere sintering, atmosphere reduction, CVD experiment, vacuum annealing