Techne IFB-201 Industrial Fluidized Baths
Fluidized burn-off bath for cleaning non-typical tooling and parts used in the plastics industry
Usually ships in 2-3 weeks
- Manufactured by Techne
- Temperature range: 50 to 600°C (122 to 1112°F)
- Dimensions: 36.6"(h) x 45.5"(w) x 26"(d)
- Working volume: 19.7 x 15.5 x 8.7"
- Max. workload: 40 lbs
- Heat up time (20 to 600°C, 230V): 350 minutes
- Voltage supply required (50/60 hz): 220 V 3 ph; 380 V 3 ph; 415 V 3 ph; 480 V 3 ph
- Power requirements: 9 kW
The Techne IFB-201 is a safe, efficient and cost effective fluidized bath for cleaning tooling, components, systems and parts (dies, breaker plates, nozzles, tools, tips, spinnerets, extruder screws, manifolds, etc). The fluidized bath will remove almost all polymers, including plastic, paint, epoxy, rubber and adhesives, as well as other hydrocarbon-based products such as oils, fluids, grease, lubricants and coatings.
A fluidized bath consists of a loosely packed mass of aluminum oxide particles through which an upward flow of air is passed. In this state the particles and bath act as a liquid. Heaters radiate heat into the aluminum oxide and fluidization stirs the bath to evenly distribute heat. The result is excellent thermal stability and uniformity, making fluidized baths a cost effective, environmentally-friendly safe alternative to oil, salt, ultrasonic and molten baths, ovens and furnaces.
Techne IFB-201 industrial fluidized baths are designed with a rectangular opening for oblong or non-typical parts. The Techne IFB-201 industrial fluidized bath has a 3-phase voltage supply requirement to handle the large power capacity of the heaters. The IFB-201 has a temperature range of 50 to 600°C (122 to 1112°F), a working volume of 19.7 x 15.5 x 8.7", a maximum work load of 40 lbs and heat-up time of 350 minutes. The Techne IFB-201 requires a voltage supply of 220 V 3 ph; 380 V 3 ph; 415 V 3 ph; 480 V 3 ph.
The excellent thermal performance of Techne Industrial Fluidized Baths makes them a good choice for basic heat treatment, test and calibration as well as reactive analysis. Applications include:
- Shape setting
- Exothermic and endothermic reactions
- Thermal analysis of devices, components and materials