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Case Study: High Temperature Kiln For Zirconia Products

Posted by Therser Sales Team on 01-Sep-2017 09:19:00

 

Therser UK Ltd have recently completed the construction and installation of a High Temperature Kiln For Zirconia Products.

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Case Study: Gas Fired Roller Tunnel Kiln

Posted by Therser Sales Team on 30-Aug-2017 14:51:00


The basis of this project was to design, manufacture, install and commission a Therser (UK) Ltd Modular Roller Hearth Tunnel Kiln complete with Batt Handling System for Earthenware Glost Holloware Tableware Products to a nominal firing temperature of 1,100 °C (1,200 °C maximum).

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Case Study: Utilisation of Therser UK’s Unique MMC (Multi-Zone Multi-Mode Combustion) System

Posted by Therser Sales Team on 06-Jul-2017 07:22:30

MMC is an Advanced Combustion Control System conceived and designed by engineers at Therser to enhance the performance of Gas Fired, Industrial Intermittent Kilns. Unlike other Kiln Combustion Control Systems, where the control philosophy is fixed at the Kiln design stage; MMC uniquely combines multiple combustion control modes in to one Flexible and Advanced Combustion Control Package capable of independently controlling multiple Temperature Control Zones.

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Case Study: Gas Fired Kiln For Aerospace Ceramic Cores

Posted by Therser Sales Team on 04-Jul-2017 15:46:00

 

Therser UK Ltd have recently completed the construction and installation of a One Car, Gas Fired Intermittent Kiln, down draught, complete with mechanical vertical lift up door and associated equipment.

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Topics: Ceramic Kilns, Case Studies

Case Study: Electrically Fired Kiln For Aerospace Ceramic Cores

Posted by Therser Sales Team on 21-Jun-2017 13:32:43

 

Therser UK Ltd have recently completed the construction and installation of an Electric Heated Shuttle kiln with Kiln car and in-line tracking a normal capacity of 1.5 m³ Nominal Size for firing to 1250°C (maximum rating 1,300°C).

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