Advanced Engineering 2016 - National Exhibition Centre, 02 - 03 November 2016

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Carbolite Gero

Carbolite Gero

Stand K1

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S336RB Derbyshire
United Kingdom

Carbolite Gero is a manufacturer of standard and custom built ovens and furnaces for laboratory and industry. Key markets include aerospace (AM S2750E), engineering, materials science, heat treatment and any industry where high specification, quality, reliability and the integrity of the company are paramount. Temperatures up to 3000°C are possible.

Temperatures range from 30°C up to 3000ᴼC with an extensive range of small to medium lab products through to large production equipment.

Not only can Carbolite Gero supply products with Standards-compliant furnace and oven designs (eg, AMS 2750E) but also with fully traceable certification for control, measurement, recording and data acquisition devices, issued by an independent UKAS accredited laboratory.


  • GPC - General Purpose Chamber Furnaces

    The general purpose chamber furnaces include both bench mounted and larger floor standing models, available at 1200°C and 1300°C. Capacities range from 36 to 300 litres depending on the temperature. AMS 2750E Nadcap compatible models are available for aerospace applications. Picture show2 a GPC 13/300 fitted with an operation retort and optional AMS 2750E Class1 / Type A.

  • SBCF - Static or Bogie Chamber Furnaces

    The robust construction of the SBCF large chamber furnace makes it ideal for applications such as the heat treatment of steels and alloy, ceramics sintering and aerospace heat treatment. The SBCF is an industrial scale furnace based on a modular design principle which can be adapted to various applications. The furnace chamber is cubic in shape and available in 3 sizes.

  • RHZS & RHST - Rotating Horizontal Split Tube Furnace

    The single zone RHST and 3-zone RHZS horizontal rotating tube furnace range allows for the work tube to be easily removed. The single and 3-zone split tube furnace has a maximum operating temperature of 1150°C.

  • LGP - Large General Purpose Ovens

    The LGP large general purpose ovens offer the greatest choice of options in size and maximum temperature. The range spans from 500 to more than 13000 litres, with a temperature span from 250°C to 700°C. The LGP range is often customised in order to precisely meet the user's requirements, eg, AMS 2750E heat treatment under Nadcap.

  • E range - compact tube furnaces

    The compact vertical and horizontal tube furnaces use free radiating wire elements embedded within the insulation of the furnace body. The benefit of this design is its flexibility with the use of tube adapters the same tube furnace can be used with a variety of tube diameters. The E-range includes single zone furnaces and three zone furnaces. The option of angle adjustment allows horizontal and multi-angle configurations. Maximum operating temperature of the E-range is 1200°C.

  • GP - General Purpose Ovens

    The GP general purpose 300°C ovens are supplied in three sizes and two configurations : Vertical and horizontal airflow. This range provides a foundation upon which a wide range of custom modifications can be added, including the more sophisticated control systems and data reording that is required for applications such as AMS 2750E heat treatment under Nadcap.

  • CTF, TZF - Large tube furnaces

    The CTF single zone and TZF 3-zone wire wound tube furnaces use a wire element that is wound directly onto a fixed diameter integral ceramic work tube. This simple and economical design provides a furnace that can be used without the need to purchase an additional work tube.

  • MTF - Small tube furnaces

    The MTF wire wound tube furnaces use a wire element that is wound directly into a fixed integral ceramic work tube. This simple and economical design provides a furnace which can be used without the need to purchase an accessory work tube. It has maximum operating temperatures of 1000°C and 1200°C. Tube furnaces are frequently the most economical way to heat a small sample.

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