Nabertherm GmbH unveils new range of compact sintering furnaces at Ceramitec

April 15, 2024

April 15, 2024

Nabertherm’s LH 120/13 DB machine (Courtesy Nabertherm GmbH)
Nabertherm’s LH 120/13 DB machine (Courtesy Nabertherm GmbH)

Nabertherm GmbH, headquartered in Lilienthal, Germany, showcased its new LH..DB range of compact sintering furnaces at this year’s ceramitec 2024 exhibition in Munich, Germany, ahead of its official market launch in May. The LH..DB series looks to set new standards in the heat treatment of ceramic parts and additively manufactured ceramic components on a laboratory scale, as well as meeting the thermal post-processing requirements of additively manufactured components.

It is stated that the furnaces can be easily converted from air atmosphere to operation with inert gas, which offers a wide range of applications for debinding and sintering AM metallic and ceramic components.

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During the debinding phase, the DB debinding package is said to guarantee the highest safety standards. Outgassing from the materials are diluted and reduced to a non-ignitable atmosphere in the furnace by preheated fresh air, which minimizes potential risks and ensures a smooth process flow.

With the LH..DB series, Nabetherm offers a complete solution that is not only versatile but also easy to operate. The furnaces will be available in two sizes, with furnace volumes of 120 or 216 litres and for maximum furnace temperatures of 1200 or 1300°C. When using the optional gassing box, processes up to 1100°C can be performed.

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