New range of Rotary Tube Furnaces from Linn High Therm

April 5, 2011

Linn High Therm, based in Eschenfelden, Germany, has introduced a new range of rotary tube furnaces, suitable for the heat treatment of powders and granules.

The electrically heated rotary tube furnaces are available with either 1200oC or 1600oC maximum heating elements and offer rotation speeds between 0.5 and 5 rpm. An incline of up to 10o  is possible.


FDHK-3-100/750/1100 Rotary tube furnace from Linn High Therm

Linn High Therm specialise in the production of industrial and lab furnaces/kilns, microwave furnaces, sample preparation units for spectroscopy, induction heating systems, precision fine casting systems and customer-specific systems. The company employs around 100 at its production site in Germany.  

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