- Gas Pressure Cooling
Gas pressure can be increased up to 0.5 MPa·G during cooling. This allows for easy quenching of large pieces of die steel and high-speed steel.
During cooling, cooling gas is sprayed into the furnace chamber from above and below to provide uniform cooling. This results in extremely low levels of distortion.
- Heat Treatment of Metals
PHG Series Specifications
|Vacuum Quenching Furnace|
|Effective Intern. Dim. (mm)
W x H x D
|Max. Temp. (°C)||1350|
|Process. Cap. (kg gross)||120||300|
|Ultimate Press. (Pa)||7×10-1
|N2Gas Consumption (m3/cycle)||120||200|
|Water Coolant Capacity(m3/h)||8||12|