Plansee furnace parts now available to purchase online

November 12, 2012

Plansee has announced that its online shop, ‘Plansee- Express’ (, is now offering finished parts for high-temperature furnaces.


Plansee offers a wide range of products for

high temperature processes  

In addition to plate, rod, wire and welding electrodes, molybdenum, TZM and tungsten threaded rods, pins, tube, rivets, washers and nuts are now available to purchase online for high-temperature furnace applications.

These materials are used in applications where conventional metals reach their limits and are no longer options. With their durability and dimensional stability, they maintain their reliability under extreme high-heat conditions and also when frequent cycling occurs.

Ceramic insulators and tubes can also be ordered from Plansee Express. These products are available directly from stock and with rapid delivery, states the company.

The Plansee Express shop offers a world-wide service and is constantly adding new product groups and materials to its online catalogue.

The company also develops and manufactures tailored components for high temperature furnaces such as metallic hot zones and heating elements, radiation shields, furnace fixtures, hearth components, crucibles, as well as annealing and sintering boats.


Plansee’s hot zones are designed for temperatures

between 1000 °C and 2800 °C

Plansee High Performance Materials (HPM)

The Plansee Group is a world leader in Powder Metallurgy development and production, covering the entire range of production processes, from ore to customer-defined components.

The Plansee High Performance Materials Division manufactures components made of molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum and niobium.  

Posted by: Paul Whittaker, Editor, [email protected]   

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