Air Circulation Pit-Type Furnaces Electrically Heated or Gas-Fired
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SAH 1780/60S SAH 1000/85  
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Motor-driven fresh-air and exhaust air flaps

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2 x SAH 5600/75 S in production

SAH 200/60 - SAH 1000/85

Due to their robust design, these pit-type furnaces with air circulation are particularly useful for a professional heat treatment demanding optimum temperature uniformity. Production processes such as tempering, solution annealing, artificial ageing, and soft annealing can be realized with these pit-type furnaces.

  • Tmax 600  °C or 850  °C
  • Useful for heavy charge weights
  • Air circulation fans in the furnace lid, high circulation rate
  • Heating chamber with air baffle cylinder
  • Heating elements on all wall surfaces
  • Distribution of air flow through grid at the furnace bottom
  • Pneumatic or hydraulic lid lifting device
  • Temperature uniformity up to +/- 3 °C according to DIN 17052-1
  • Defined application within the constraints of the operating instructions

Additional equipment

  • Integral fan for fast cooling
  • Optimization of the temperature uniformity up to +/- 2 °C according to DIN 17052-1
  • Variable rpm converter control of the air circulation velocity for sensitive parts
  • Multiple zone control or special air circulation system for optimum temperature uniformity tailored to the charge
  • Charge weights up to 7 tons
  • Process control and documentation with Controltherm MV software package
ModelTmaxInner dimensions cond. cylinderVolumeMax. charging weightOuter dimensions in mmHeatingElectrical
 °CØ in mmh in mmin lin kgWDHpower in kW1connection*
SAH 200/.. 600800200400146014601850273-phase
SAH 300/.. 6001000300400146014602050273-phase
SAH 500/..6008001000500600166016602050363-phase
SAH 600/..or8001200600600166016602250543-phase
SAH 800/..850100010008001000200020002050633-phase
SAH 1000/.. 1000130010001000200020002400813-phase
SAH 1280/.. 80016001300800166016602800813-phase
SAH 5600/.. 18002200560050002700300039001203-phase
1Depending on furnace design connected load might be higher *Please see page 76 for more information about supply voltage