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Carbolite will Exhibit Heat Treatment Instruments and Share Expertise with Visitors to POWTECH

Published: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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These will include heat-treatment instruments such as CWF Laboratory chamber furnaces (1100°C, 1200°C and 1300°C) and the 250°C Apex range fan convection laboratory oven (AX). Specialists from the Carbolite GmbH team will be available throughout the show to discuss individual requirements and applications for their standard and bespoke systems.

Carbolite will showcase a variety of solutions for many different laboratory applications. On the stand will be the 1100°C Rotary reactor tube furnace (HTR), which allows controlled, simultaneous heating and agitating of samples. Visitors can also see an example 1200°C from the ‘E’ series horizontal compact split tube furnaces. This versatile laboratory furnace is able to accommodate work-tubes with an outer diameter of up to 60mm, and its split design facilitates easy exchange of work-tubes

Carbolite will share exhibition space with Retsch and Retsch Technology, who are fellow members of the Verder Scientifc Division.

Running from 23 – 25 April 2013 at the Exhibition Centre, Nüremberg, Germany, POWTECH is a major event focusing around powder, granule and bulk solids technologies. Backed up by a long history in this application area, Carbolite looks forward to sharing its expertise and innovative products with visitors to Hall 4, stand 4-313.

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