Direct Fired Rotary Furnace
A typical of direct fired rotary furnaces is that the powder is continuously moved, transported and shifted during the heat treatment. The direct fired rotary furnace is tube shaped, can be tilted and rotates around its longitudinal axis. The lining is made of refractory materials. The rotary furnace is heated frontally, using flue gas, according to the counter-flow principle. The heat treatment compartment and the heating chamber form one integral unit.