Points to note when operating a box-type laboratory furnace in a laboratory
Box-type experimental furnace is the kind of experimental electric furnace that looks like a box. It can also be called a box-type resistance furnace. The box experiment furnace is mainly used for high temperature heat treatment processes such as sintering, annealing, and tempering. It is a kind of equipment commonly used in university laboratory. So is there anything to be aware of when using a box-type laboratory furnace in a laboratory?
1. Use a box-type experimental furnace in the laboratory to ensure that the laboratory is ventilated and dry, and that the electric furnace cannot be wet, because once it is wet, electricity leakage may occur and cause a safety accident.
2. Don't put the box-type experimental furnace directly on the plate-type or plastic-made experimental bench to prevent the high-temperature ignition of the experimental bench. *** A good way is to place a fire-resistant and heat-insulating board on the bottom of the electric furnace.
3. The test bench should be flat and the inclination angle should not be greater than 5 degrees to prevent the electric furnace from being displaced due to vibration during operation.
4. During the heating process of the box-type experimental furnace, the operator must not immediately perform a laboratory for a long time, and must always observe the heating condition of the electric furnace.
5. After the experiment is completed and the test items are removed, cut off all power and close the door of the box-type experimental furnace.
6. When leaving the laboratory, lock the door of the laboratory so that no curious personnel enter the laboratory to touch the box-type laboratory furnace.
Basically, there are 6 points that need to be paid attention to when operating a box-type experimental furnace in the laboratory, and each of them must be done well so as to ensure safe use.