How gas pressure sintering furnace Works

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How Gas pressure sintering furnace Works

Sintering starts with debinding.

The debinding process removes binder materials that can contaminate the Gas pressure sintering furnace and the final product. Binding materials are originally necessary for each separate part compaction, but become unnecessary and undesirable during the sintering process.

Gas pressure sintering furnace requires a high vacuum for clean, quality parts. The temperature must be high enough for the metals to combine smoothly, but not so high that they liquefy. Cooling speed will depend on the material.

Temperature and pressure limits can be chosen during the engineering phase, and controlled manually or automatically during processing.

Gas pressure sintering furnace can be built to perform both debinding and sintering. Combining these processes in one furnace saves time and money. No part transfer, secondary machinery, or resources wasted on a repetitive process.

Gas pressure sintering furnace are perfect for higher temperature sintering applications. Highly customizable controls allow for manual or automatic temperature changes depending on the needs of your specific project. The temperature is uniform, ensuring consistent part quality across the board