How to operate a box-type experimental furnace to be safe?
Friends who have used high-temperature heat treatment equipment know that the box-type experimental furnace is a more commonly used furnace type. It can also be called an experimental muffle furnace. Its main heat treatment processes are annealing, tempering, normalizing and sintering. These processes require very high temperatures, so the temperature of the box-type experimental furnace is generally between 1000-1800 degrees. When operating such a high-temperature device, personal safety must be a top priority. So how can we protect personal safety? As long as the operator does the following:
1. Do not open the furnace door during the heating process of the box-type experimental furnace.
2. Don't use box-type experiment furnace to test those corrosive items.
3. Do not touch the box-type experimental furnace without wearing protective gloves during the operation of the electric furnace.
4. Don't use box-type experimental furnace to heat things like cans.
5. Don't let anyone who has not operated the box-type experimental furnace operate it.
The front-line operators of box-type experimental furnaces must keep the above five in mind, so that they can protect their own safety when using box-type experimental furnaces.