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A carbonization furnace is a device used to heat and process materials, mainly for processes such as carbonization (converting organic matter to carbon) and sintering (converting powdered materials to solids). According to different process requirements and application areas, carbonization furnaces can be divided into the following categories:
1. Resistance carbonization furnace: The use of resistance heating principle, through the current in the furnace body to generate heat, suitable for carbonizing and sintering metal, ceramics, graphite and other materials.
2. Induction carbonization furnace: The induction heating principle is used to generate induction current in the workpiece through alternating electromagnetic fields, thus generating heat, which is suitable for carbonizing and sintering metal.
3. High-frequency carbonization furnace: The use of high-frequency electromagnetic field generated by the current in the workpiece to generate heat, suitable for carbonizing and sintering metal.
4. Microwave carbonization furnace: Using microwave heating principle, the electromagnetic wave generated by microwave generates heat in the workpiece, which is suitable for carbonizing and sintering ceramics, graphite and other materials.
5. Atmosphere carbonization furnace: Control specific atmosphere environment in the furnace body, such as inert atmosphere, hydrogen atmosphere, etc., suitable for carbonizing and sintering metals, ceramics and other materials.
Carbonization furnace has a wide range of use, and common application areas include:
1. Metal processing: used for carbonizing and sintering metal materials, such as cemented carbide, steel and so on.
2. Ceramic products: used for carbonizing and sintering ceramic materials, such as ceramic porcelain, ceramic electronic components, etc.
3. Graphite products: used for carbonizing and sintering graphite materials, such as graphite electrodes, graphite molds, etc.
4. Carbon fiber products: used for carbonized carbon fiber materials, such as carbon fiber composite materials, carbon fiber electrodes, etc.
5. Other material treatment: used for carbonizing and sintering other materials, such as ceramic ceramics, carbonized silicon, etc.
It should be noted that different types of carbonization furnaces are suitable for different materials and processes, and the specific selection should be made according to actual needs