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Adjusting Height of Belt Furnace

Adjusting Height of Belt Furnace

Adjusting Height of Belt Furnace

(OP)
Hello all,

Hello, I am new to this so please don't destroy me. My company is looking into belt furnace equipment that can be adjusted so as to work with other process equipment (i.e. suction equipment that pick up and drop material) in an automatic assembly line. Can the legs of the furnace be adjusted so as to not have to adjust the parameters of the machine again while loading and unloading materials?

Thanks in advance

RE: Adjusting Height of Belt Furnace

New furnaces can be height adjusted according to the required needs. On the bottom of the furnace are legs that can be rotated and adjusted to certain heights.

Nick Zhou
Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC.
http://www.beltfurnaces.com/

RE: Adjusting Height of Belt Furnace

(OP)
Maybe I should have asked this question since it was what I needed haha. To what height is the furnace adjustable usually? I've asked only one company and they didn't know.

RE: Adjusting Height of Belt Furnace

The height adjustment is based on the manufacturer and you should refer to them. Furnaces are adjustable up to around 10 cm up and down in my experience.

Nick Zhou
Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC.
http://www.beltfurnaces.com/

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