Mihm Vogt Tabeo

TABEO – the optimal result of price and performance
The TABEO series sintering ovens are ideal for use either to supplement smaller CAD/CAM systems or for extending existing sintering furnaces.
Their respective capacities vary from one sintering tray Ø= 100mm up to three sintering trays Ø= 120mm. Your sintering program can easily be entered and saved in the program controller which is adapted for the TABEO series. Pre-set service programs provide simple maintenance and cleaning of the heating systems.
TABEO/M/ZIRKON ovens are equipped with 4 high-quality molybdenum disilicide (MoSi2) heating elements of the latest generation allowing a sintering temperature of up to 1650° C. With the pre-defined service programs, contamination and oxidation on the surface of heating elements can be removed and the protective layer regenerated.

Features:

  • High purity molybdenum-disilicide heating elements
  • Maximum temperature 1650°C
  • Service programs; A - Temperature control* only in conjunction with test-kit, C-Purge heating chamber, E- Regenerate heating elements
  • Program control (7-Segment LED, 4 stages, 9 program capacity, Special functions)
  • Thermocouple PtRh-Pt, type S
  • Maximum heating rate 25 °C/min
  • Temperature accuracy at 1500°C +/- 3°C
  • Timer function

Heritage meeting future demands with a technological edge
As one of the leading manufacturers of dental laboratory appliances in the world, MIHM-VOGT GmbH & Co. KG remains a family owned company based in Karlsruhe Germany. over the past 60 years we have acquired valuable experience and continue to offer innovative products and solutions reflecting the latest state-of-the-art technology.

Technical Data:

Power Max: 1500 W
Voltage range / frequency: 200-240 V / 50-60 Hz
Weight: 55 kg
Dimensions (WxDxH): 400/400/600 mm
Process capability: Classic
Max. temperature: 1650°C
Heating elements: MoSi2
Number of heating elements: 4
Max. heating-chamber capacity: 1 Qty – 100/30mm sintering dish (approximately 20 single units)

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