Industrial Furnaces HCV Series


Muffle Furnace

Heat treatment / Thermal Process

(Aerospace Material Specifications) AMS 2750E

  • Temperatures from 400 ºC – 1.000 ºC
  • Side door, Vertical lift door, Pantograph side door
  • Let work 24/7 in continuous mode
  • 3 / 4 / 5 heating zones
  • Sturdy design
  • From 56 liters to 1.500 liters
  • Low thermal mass insulation
  • Built with low density ceramic bricks and ceramic fiber
  • Double isolation chamber
  • Outside casing in metal sheet painted ( inox as optional)
  • Ventilated via rear by ceramic chimney
  • Ceramic tray included
  • 4 Thermocouple type K
  • Compact and lightweight furnace
  • Mobile support foot ( Optional)
  • Pneumatic lift door (Optional)
  • Easy to replace all the spare parts by the end user
  • Furnace control:
    • Under the furnace, right/ left side
    • Solid state relay
    • Nanodac by Eurotherm + Itools Software
    • Furnace disconnection by thermocouple break
  • Manufactured under the CE
  • Accessories
    • Ceramic tray
    • Pneumatic door
    • Refractory steel tray
    • Smoke chimney
    • Forced smoke chimney
    • Security class II. Over-temperature protection
    • Inlet gas entry
    • Flow meter box


Standards (Under Request): Nadcap AMS2750E  (Aerospace Material Specifications) (TUS) Temperature Uniformity Survey

Technical details

The HCV range of chamber furnaces are very sturdy, high quality industrial furnaces for the heat treatment of small and large parts in oxidising atmosphere (air) or controlled atmosphere.

Furnaces made of high quality bricks and ceramic fibres with air chamber.

Heating elements on freely radiating support tubes in the furnace chamber allow particularly short heating times and a maximum temperature of 1400 °C from 3 to 5 heating zones for high homogeneity.

HCV furnaces comply with the highest market requirements and standards
Aerospace standard AMS2750E

Perfect brick-to-brick sealing, pantographic side openings, as options vertical pneumatic door openings

Furnace control on the side of the furnace to avoid problems with loading and unloading of workpieces.