Laboratory vacuum drying oven manufacturers are committed to the development of various types of vacuum drying ovens, which are widely used and can be customized according to requirements.
A:Vacuum drying ovens and vacuum ovens are all vacuum chambers. The common point is to use vacuum to cause negative pressure for workpiece processing (drying, baking, heating, curing, aging, etc.). The difference is that the vacuum oven has a higher temperature (sometimes It takes several hundred degrees Celsius), which is often used in vacuum heat treatment processes. It often requires nitrogen filling protection at the same time, and there is a nitrogen-filled vacuum oven.
The vacuum drying oven is used for drying the workpiece or the sample. The boiling point of the water under the low pressure in the vacuum state is greatly reduced, the water is easily volatilized, and the drying effect is particularly good. Sometimes appropriate auxiliary heating is required, but the temperature is not too high, and the vacuum drying oven generally does not need to be filled with nitrogen, except in special cases.
The nitrogen-filled oven is simpler and has more nitrogen-filled protection than the average oven. Nitrogen-filled oven is a new type of electric oven that can clean the constant temperature environment. It can meet the needs of electronics, medical and health equipment, instruments, factories, universities, scientific research departments and other related units for purification ovens. The nitrogen-filled oven is heated by a stainless steel working chamber and a stainless steel tube, and is purged with a protective gas to discharge unpurified gas. Therefore, the drying chamber causes a clean and uniform temperature and a dry environment, which helps to improve the quality of the sample. Used in general heat treatment, drying and other processes, the drying effect is not comparable to the vacuum drying oven.