Are a forge and a calciner the same furnace?
First of all, let's first understand what is a forging furnace?
Forging is a processing method that uses a forging machine to apply pressure to a metal blank to plastically deform it to obtain a forging with certain mechanical properties, certain shape and size, and is one of the two major components of forging (forging and stamping). Through forging, defects such as as-cast looseness produced by the metal during the smelting process can be eliminated, and the microstructure can be optimized. At the same time, due to the preservation of the complete metal streamline, the mechanical properties of forgings are generally better than those of castings of the same material. For important parts with high load and severe working conditions in related machinery, forgings are mostly used in addition to rolling plates, profiles or welded parts with simple shapes.
Next, let's get to know Kejia's calciner furnace:
The calciner furnace manufactured by Kejia is mainly used for high temperature sintering and annealing of materials.
The main function is also very different from the forging furnace, and it also has the following advantages:
1. High uniform temperature.
2. Easy to operate, simple and convenient.
3. With overheat protection and alarm function