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ANT Furnaces

THE ULTIMATE IN THERMAL PROCESSING....

ANT FURNACES produces advanced thermal process equipment used in research, development or volume production of highly engineered  "materials inspired" products.

Our designs are customized to meet the end users requirements, based on their unique product, process and capacity.  

ANT Furnaces are sourced for their reputation of delivering the optimal yields in a variety of processes that require extremely precise, uniform and repeatable high performance operating conditions.

 

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ANT is unmatched in this effort, our designs are continuously redefined by our close working relationship with our customers and equipment end users.        

            

High Performance Thermal Process Equipment:  

  • High Temperature, High Vacuum & Atmosphere Industrial Furnace
  • Particle Consolidation Sintering System, Direct Current [Pulse/Non]
  • Diffusion Bond | Hot Press | Thermal Bond | HIP Sinter | Crystal Growth
  • Ceramic - Metal - Powder Injection Mold [CIM/ MIM/ PIM]  
  • Refiners | Synthesizers | Plasma Spectroscopy

                                      

PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS 

TEMPERATURE: 500 ~ 3000° C   PRIMARY METALS: Tungsten, Molybdenum, Tantalum, Graphite, Rhenium, High Nickel    UNIFORMITY: ± 5, 3, 2, 1° C, requires disclosure and design cooperation.       Uniformity is application specific and requires post install profiling.

VACUUM LEVEL CAPABILITY: Low to Ultra-High 5 x 10 -11  torr   

Low: Mechanical Roughing: 1~ 2 Stage/ Blowers, Dry Scroll, Diffusion    

High: Turbomolecular, Cryogenic, Ionization, Titanium Sublimation.  

ATMOSPHERES: Process - Flow - Inert - Backfill - Purge   

HYDROGEN [Wet/ Dry], NITROGEN, ARGON, HELIUM, NEON …     

Mass Flow Controls, Residual Gas Analyzers 

PARTIAL PRESSURE - HIGH PRESSURE: < 100~ 250 BAR   Pressure Vessel Coded “stamped/ international compliant, 

UL or CE compatible and certified upon request.

 

 

Thermal Modeling completed by end users and based on historical data at 2000° C.