Combustion Tube Furnaces for Carbon and Hydrogen CFM
The CFM combustion tube furnace has been specifically engineered for the determination of carbon and hydrogen in coal and coke.
The CFM is available for maximum operating temperatures up to 1200°C (CFM 12) and for maximum operating temperatures up to 1400°C (CFM 14).
- ASTM D4239 (both methods)
- For the determination of sulphur, chlorine, hydrogen and carbon in coal and coke
- Designed for testing to BS 1016:106.1.1:1996
- BS 1016-106.2.1997 (now withdrawn)
- ISO 609:1996
- AUX models are also equipped for BS 1016-106.1.2:1996 and ISO 35:1996 Leibig Technique
- AUX models use an auxiliary heater to heat the silver gauze portion of the tube for the Leibig test