Carbolite Gero Ltd - part of Verder Scientific

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Carbolite Gero Ltd - part of Verder Scientific Products

  • Chamber Furnaces - Ashing Furnaces

    One of the most common applications for laboratory chamber furnaces is to heat combustible samples in order to analyse the resulting ash residue. As there is no single solution for all requirements, Carbolite Gero offers a range of ashing furnaces with characteristics tailored to ashing and burn-off applications. Maximum temperatures are as high as 1200°C with working volumes of up to 32 litres. A model with an integral balance for thermogravimetric analysis / loss on ignition testing is

  • Carbolite - Model AAF - 3 & 7 litres - Ashing Furnace

    Carbolite - Model AAF - 3 & 7 litres - Ashing Furnace

    The AAF ashing furnace range is designed specifically to provide optimum ashing conditions to ensure complete combustion of the sample. The AAF 11/3 & AAF 11/7 ashing furnaces provide a continuous flow of preheated air through the chamber, and are designed to comply with ISO 1171:2010, ASTM D3174-04: 2010 and ASTM D4422.

  • Carbo - Model AAF - 18 & 32 Litres - Ashing Furnace

    Carbo - Model AAF - 18 & 32 Litres - Ashing Furnace

    The AAF ashing furnace range is designed specifically to provide optimum ashing conditions to ensure complete combustion of the sample.For those laboratories where ashing is interspersed with other heat treatment work the ashing furnace AAF 12/18 & AAF 12/32 provide all of the advantages of the AAF design, but with a higher maximum operating temperature of 1200 °C.

  • Carbolite - Model AAF-BAL 11/17 - Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) Ashing Furnaces

    Carbolite - Model AAF-BAL 11/17 - Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) Ashing Furnaces

    The AAF-BAL thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) furnace incorporates an integral balance. It can be used for loss on ignition applications where weight change of the sample must be monitored during the heating process. The AAF-BAL ashing furnace is fitted with an integral balance and can be used for loss on ignition (LOI) applications. Weight change of the sample is monitored during the heating process and this is required, for example, in the...

  • Carbolite - Model GSM 11/8 - Ashing Furnace

    Carbolite - Model GSM 11/8 - Ashing Furnace

    Some analysis techniques may be affected by alumina or silica dust (Al2O3 at SiO2) - the materials normally used to construct furnace chambers. To avoid this the GSM furnace chamber is constructed from a fused quartz material. This design also offers superior containment of aggressive and corrosive vapours such as sulphuric, nitric and hydrochloric acids by keeping them away from the heating elements. Additionally if an optional gas inlet is...

  • Carbolite - Model ABF 8/28 - Afterburner Ashing Furnaces

    Carbolite - Model ABF 8/28 - Afterburner Ashing Furnaces

    The ABF Afterburner Ashing Furnace is particularly suitable for ashing larger samples or materials such as biomass, which are likely to generate substantial amounts of smoke. The furnace comprises a large main combustion chamber equipped as standard with a two tier set of sample baskets. The exhaust from the main chamber is processed through a high temperature afterburner designed to further process fumes and smoke.