Sintering Furnaces

Dekema Austromat 674

The AUSTROMAT 674 is equipped with three silicon carbide heating elements, perfectly fitting for sintering at temperatures up to 1.530 °C.

These heating elements feature robustness and durability and won’t discolor copings. The firing chamber is closed through the vibration free lift system. The AUSTROMAT 674 baSiC2 also uses our unique, well-established system, to realize safely shortest sintering durations with highest heating and cooling rates. This so-called AutoDry system controls temperature gradients through lift movement, dependent on chamber temperature. On each sintering level approximately forty sintering units can be placed. Equip the furnace with two levels to reach highest throughput. Diameters of sintering goods may reach up to 100mm. Sintering programs are already factory preset, loaded through a thumb drive or optionally ­downloaded from the huge DEKEMA sintering program internet data base. Optionally these cycles might even be programmed by one click QR scanning. The furnace is operated through its large 7.5″ touch panel. It also shows the state of the furnace and all relevant data.

  • Shortest sintering cycles with highest heating and cooling rates
  • Bottom entry
  • 40 sintering units on each sintering level (8-hour cycle)
  • Up to 6 units for 2:45 hour cycle
  • Large 7.5″ touch panel


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