The interest for ceramics as a hobby and as a school subject has prompted the development of low energy consumption electric furnaces in relation to the rather large kiln chamber. These furnaces are compact, light and with reduced power capacity and they can be fitted in any environment, even inside a house. HB furnaces are simple and safe to operate.
Sheet steelwork with access panels to the technical areas and front aluminium coating. Stove-enamelled finish and anodic oxidation for the aluminium details. Hinged door with clamping pressure. An aluminium panel set at a suitable distance stops thermal radiation from reaching the operator in the hazardous area of the door. Lightness and sturdiness are two additional features of the furnace structure. The sidewalls are covered with a suitable damp and corrosion resistant grid for preventing condensation and corrosion of the metalwork as well as the deterioration of the insulation properties of the coating.
|Model||Chamber size mm||Overal size mm||Weight Kg||Power Kw||Temp. °C|
|HB 35||300||380||300||560||780||560||40||2+0,5 (*)||1000|
|HB 100||400||600||400||720||1050||720||70||3,3+0,8 (*)||1000|