muffle furnace


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muffle furnace

[′məf·əl ‚fər·nəs]
(engineering)
A furnace with an externally heated chamber, the walls of which radiantly heat the contents of the chamber.
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Another method for testing hot strength is to take a test core from two different resin systems (dip half of each core in coating, if you use coating) and subject them to 900F (482C) in a muffle furnace. When one of the cores visibly fails (usually 20-30 min) (Fig.
Considerable work has been done to correlate the results between the above testing procedure and the conventional muffle furnace method.
The LOI test uses a representative sample of dried molding sand placed within an open crucible and positioned in a muffle furnace set at 1800F until the sample achieves a constant weight.
A muffle furnace is heated to 900F and the heating chamber is allowed to soak at this temperature for at least an hour before running the test.
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