sintering furnace

sintering furnace

[′sin·tə·riŋ ‚fər·nəs]
(metallurgy)
A furnace in which presintering and sintering operations are carried out.
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Contract notice: Gas pressure sintering furnace incl.
He will detail how the SINTERFLEX system controls carbon potential throughout the zones of a sintering furnace.
Plant manager Mike Williams with the new spark plasma sintering furnace at Kennametal's Newport plant
In 2009, Solaronix purchased a HSK3505-0711 sintering furnace from THT for its dye sensitized solar cell module pilot line.
Drying and calcination was achieved by placing compacted raw parts in boxes and calcinating them in a furnace, sintering and cooling of compacted basalt parts was performed in a sintering furnace.
a German citizen, for shipping a vacuum sintering furnace worth more than $1 million to Iran in July 2007.
Japan's seventh largest steelmaker, said Tuesday it plans to close two blast furnaces and a sintering furnace possibly in late September next year as part of its restructuring measures.
One of the root causes of these problems resides in the surface decarburization or carburization of the sintered parts which are the result of carbon potential fluctuation in the sintering furnace.
the sintering furnace must be suitable for pim (powder injectiion molding) technology.
Prosecutors said the sintering furnace was a high-tech kiln for firing ceramics able to withstand extreme heat and could be used to make missile launcher components.
The sintering process was realized in a tubular sintering furnace, at a temperature of 1200[degrees]C, during a 90 minutes period, in a dissociated ammonia atmosphere (yield 150 l/h).