High-Temperature Devices

High-temperature furnaces for tests in a temperature range from +200°C to 1,600°C are used to determine the thermal-elastic behavior, heat resistance and re-crystallization temperature of materials.

Key Advantages and Features

  • ZwickRoell offers an array of solutions, with a minimum temperature of 200°C and a maximum temperature of 1,600°C
  • Depending on the materials to be tested, 1-zone or 3-zone furnaces with air or vacuum environment are available
  • ZwickRoell solutions feature optimal coordination of furnaces (including temperature controllers), the correct specimen grips for tensile and flexure tests, and the appropriate extensometer
  • The high-temperature furnaces and extensometers are provided with swivel units, allowing comfortable, convenient operation of the testing machine, which can then be used for room-temperature testing with practically no reconfiguration
  • An optional specimen temperature measuring device with up to three thermocouples is available for direct temperature measurement on the specimen, ensuring standard-compliant testing at temperature.

ZwickRoell testing machines open up new ranges of application for fem

The key tasks of the Department of Physical Metallurgy at the Research Institute for Precious Metals and Metal Chemistry (fem) are the development and production, processing and metallurgical testing and characterization of metallic materials for the clock and watch, jewellery, dental and electrical industries.
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