Soldering furnaces

The technology of vacuum high-temperature soldering occupies an important place in the production of components with complex shapes. This process does not form an oxide layer that could prevent contact between the liquid solder and the base material, the components can be precisely fixed before soldering and a very small solder joint can be used so that the strength of the soldered joint can be greater than the strength of the solder material.


Vacuum furnaces (B.M.I., Schmetz)

  • Without surface oxidation and decarburization
  • Horizontal and vertical vacuum furnaces
  • Heating chamber made of graphite or all-metal insulation
  • High and fine vacuum
  • Temperature measurement directly in the batch
  • High accuracy and reproducibility of measurements
  • Process documentation and data archiving
Vacuum furnaces

Furnaces with controlled atmosphere (Mahler)

  • Soldering of carbon and stainless steels
  • Continuous furnaces
  • Atmosphere type Exo, N2 and H2
  • Quality conveyor belts
  • Excellent temperature distribution
  • Suitable for Ni and Cu solders
  • Documentation of the program and data archiving
Furnaces with controlled atmosphere

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