Benchtop (Hot Press) Furnaces
OXY-GON’s Bench Top Hot Press Furnaces offer an advanced thermal design at an affordable price. OXY-GON engineers and constructs these systems for ease of operation and to provide years of continuous service.
Perfect for university and research laboratories, the benchtop hot press is rated up to a maximum operating temperature of 2000°C and will operate in vacuum, argon, nitrogen and forming gas (95%N2/5%H2) atmospheres.
The basic furnace system includes the furnace assembly, power supply, heat zone, evacuation system, press frame, hydraulic system, and inert gas supply.
Applications for the Benchtop (Hot Press) Furnace include:
Ceramic/Metal Matrix and Inter-metallic Composites
Diffusion Bonding Studies
Hot compacting of Oxides, Nitrides, Borides, Carbides, and Sulfides and Mixtures thereof to near theoretical densities
Why Choose Oxy-Gon as Your High-Temperature Partner?
"Oxy-Gon has been an indispensable partner in our business. They worked very closely with us to provide an equipment solution that met our process needs, as well as our budget. Also, their response to questions regarding their equipment has been very accommodating. We’ve always been able to speak with a knowledgeable person right out of the gate, who has been able to quickly answer our questions. I would happily recommend this company to any customer in search of a high-quality, well supported piece of equipment."
G.D. , Chief Operating Officer
J.L. , PhD & Chief Technology Officer
"Quick replies to questions and great customer service is what first attracted us to Oxy-Gon, but their deep understanding of high-temp processing is what helped us pull the trigger on a furnace. Our relationship with Oxy-Gon has been and continues to be instrumental in moving our business forward."
H.S. , PhD, President & CEO
“Oxy-Gon did an outstanding job with the installation of our high temperature furnace. Their professionalism and thoroughness are greatly appreciated. We will be able to generate some exciting research results from our Oxy-Gon furnace.”
K.L., Ph.D. & Professor