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Radiant Heating Chamber
Volume 4 | April 17th, 2017
ISSUE
#8
Robust Radiator - Radiant Heating Chamber
MHI Robust Radiator

MHI's Robust Radiators are versatile, high temperature heating components that are capable of reaching temperatures of up to 1700°C. Unlike a high temperature furnace, Robust Radiators are more commonly used as components of a larger system.

Robust Radiator uses include zone heating, crucible heating, pipe heating or other applications requiring high temperatures and high versatility.

Robust Radiators are available with optional end caps to achieve higher chamber temperatures above 1400°C.

Robust Radiators may be used in vertical or horizontal orientations, allowing for a diverse array of applications. An optional stainless steel shell adds highly accessible terminal connectors to the already robust design.

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Robust Radiators are provided in several configurations.

Cross-Line Model

MRCL models for up to about 1300°C.

RHUL models for up to  about 1700°C.

GRR models for about 1300° (with end caps)

All Robust Radiator Modules are fitted with the best and unique FiberFree ceramics and other insulation.

MHI Cross-Line Robust Radiator

Inline Model

MRCL models for up to about 1300°C.

RHUL models for up to  about 1500°C (without end caps) and 1700°C (with end caps)

MHI's Inline Robust Radiators are versatile, high temperature heating devices that are capable of reaching temperatures of up to 1700°C. They can be used in a variety of environments and positions. The MHI Inline Robust Radiator is available with optional end caps to achieve maximum chamber temperatures and an optional stainless steel shell that adds to connection accessibility.

MHI Cross-Line Robust Radiator
  • Unlimited Power with Multiple Zones
  • High power density
  • Volume pricing
  • Non-toxic fiber-free enclosure
  • Match to your line voltage if required
  • Full line of electronic controls available
  • Rapid Delivery
MHI GRR and Sleeve Robust Radiator

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Robust Radiator Suggested Uses

Multi-Zone Furnaces Material Testing
Tube Heating Crucible Melting
Annealing Crystal Growth
Wafer Production Sintering
Metal Melting And Many More Uses

Unlike fully finished furnaces, Robust Radiators are products that are typically components of a larger system. Please be fully conversant with the electrical and safety requirements during installation and use, including the use of connectors. Please give us a call at 513-772-0404.

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MagnaCoil™ Elements

MagnaCoils™ - 1450°C Maximum Surface Temperature of Coil. The objective for the use of free radiating devices is to maximize the radiative POWER transfer from the heating elements.

If the heating element is used with insulation the objective of the user changes to obtaining a certain temperature inside the insulated region.

For either objective, one cannot exceed the rated temperature of the heating element (coil). The element use temperature may be further limited by creep and stress conditions including creep-fatigue interactions. Although general guidance on use is given, specific conditions are not known to MHI. Users are cautioned to use appropriate safety factors for the use- temperature rating.

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