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Carbolite ELF 1100 Celsius, 23L

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Carbolite ELF 1100 Celsius, 23L

Laboratory Chamber Furnace - ELF ( 23 Liter, 1100 Celsius )
Product code: ELF1123-230SN / Carbolite, UK

ELF 11/23

Max temp (°C) 1100
Max continuous operating temp (°C) 1000
Volume (litres) 23

The ELF laboratory furnaces comprise 3 bench mounted models designed for light duty and general use up to 1100 °C.

These laboratory furnaces have a simple drop down door and a top mounted ceramic chimney. The combination of low thermal mass insulation and free radiating wire elements embedded in the chamber sides provide efficient heating.

Standard features

  • 1100°C maximum operating temperature
  • 23 litre chamber volumes
  • Drop down door with air gap to minimise external temperature
  • Carbolite Gero 301 controller, with single ramp to set-point & process timer
  • Delayed start / process timer function as standard
  • Vacuum formed, low thermal mass insulation
  • Hard ceramic hearth fitted as standard
  • Ventilated via top mounted ceramic chimney

Please note:
- Heat up rate is measured to 100°C below max, using an empty chamber
- Holding power is measured at continuous operating temperature
- External dimensions with door closed and including chimney
- The uniform volume is smaller than the total chamber volume

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