Shenpaz Focus HT4010

Shenpaz Focus HT4010

Porcelain firing furnace

Enjoy beautiful restoration results while staying within budget with Shenpaz small footprint porcelain firing furnaces. Ideal for new laboratories with limited space or established facilities looking for a cost-effective solution to high quality firing. The Focus 4010 HT has 50 programs (Nos. 200-249) designed exclusively for alumina-based ceramics (InCeram, TopCeram, and TurkomCeram) with sintering cycles up to 4.5-hour steps.


Additional Features

  • Intuitive full color digital screen displays graph of cycle progress and cycle data.
  • Three preset cooling steps for full control over the entire cooling process
  • USB port for fast transfer of program data


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