annealing oven

annealing oven

[ə′nēl·iŋ ‚əv·ən]
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After that part is pulled and cooled, it goes into an annealing oven for seven hours to remove the residual stresses.
At 450C during the day and 370C overnight, the annealing oven helps to take the stress out of cooling glass.
The new plant will utilize technologically advanced environmental safeguards, including new low emissions manufacturing techniques like water-based paints and low nitrous oxide annealing oven burners.
The new plant will use several environmental safeguards, including low-emissions manufacturing techniques like water-based paint and low nitrous oxide annealing oven burners.
5 mol/L NaOH followed by a distilled water wash, then 1 mol/L HCl followed by a distilled water wash; (d) distilled water followed by heating for 18 h in an annealing oven at 500 [degrees]C; (e) 0.
A continuous slab of melted glass flows out of the bottom of the two-story equipment and onto a conveyor system that feeds it into a 600 [degrees] C annealing oven.
To erase the injection molding induced thermal and mechanical histories, the samples were annealed in an oven at 117 [degrees] C (this annealing oven was measured to have a stability of [+ or -]3 [degrees] C during any given experiment).
When he's finished, Du Grenier removes the shell from the pipe and places it in an annealing oven.
Featured assets include an Applied Materials Mark II PLIS CVD ILD System, a Perkin Elmer 300HT Micralign Mask Aligner, a MRL 4-Stack Diffusion Furnace, a Samco PD10M Diamond Light Carbon Coater, a Steag CVD System, PR Hoffman 4800 Lappers/Polishers, a Peter Wolters ALO Double Side Polisher, a TM Vacuum Wafer Annealing Oven, and much more.
The blow-molded bottle is removed by a takeout arm and set upon a conveyor that delivers it to an annealing oven.
Those products include WaferMasters' Single Wafer Rapid Thermal Furnace (SRTF) and Stacked Annealing Oven (SAO), which both utilize Energy Efficient Thermal Processing technology.
So shielded from the heat of the finished piece of art work he or she carries it over to one of a bank of annealing ovens, informally referred to as "hot boxes.