University Laboratories

University laboratories are responsible for some of the top scientific innovations. Spanning a wide range of fields and industries, laboratories conduct experiments in the areas of physics, metallurgy, chemistry, biology, psychology, engineering, and more. For many of these fields, high temperature heat treatments are necessary for experiments, research, and providing accurate measurements.

For example, high temperature furnaces are often used to test the effect of heating and cooling cycles on different materials. To match the variety of applications in university laboratories, SentroTech offers a variety of laboratory furnaces. Each of our furnaces provides temperature uniformity, safe operations, and reliable, long lasting performance.

Our Sentro Tech team of university laboratory furnace manufacturers designs custom box and vacuum furnaces with your specifications and requirements in mind. We analyze a full range of features, such as volume, temperature range, oxygen consumption, and exhaust. Sentro Tech high-temperature furnaces are created for ease-of-use, safety, and productivity regardless of your purpose. Sentro Tech is an advanced university laboratory furnace manufacturer. Our laboratory and chamber furnaces deliver precise temperature control, uniformity, and lasting performance. Browse our university laboratory furnaces:

1200°C Low Cost Box Furnace
1600°C High Temperature Box Furnace
1700°C High Temperature Box Furnace
Vacuum Furnace
Custom Furnaces

Because laboratory furnace safety is essential in university labs, we ensure all of our furnaces have special safety features that ensure user comfort. All box furnaces feature easy-to-use temperature controllers, making these furnaces accessible for students and professors alike. Our vacuum furnaces provide vacuum, controlled atmosphere, and air furnace capabilities all in one. Finally, for unique laboratory furnace designs we also offer custom furnace services.

Contact a SentroTech representative today to learn how we can serve your university laboratory.