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Introduction to Resistance Heating Furnaces

Introduction to Resistance Heating Furnaces

Resistance heating furnaces are one of the most common types of electric furnaces. They heat up quickly and can be used for a variety of purposes.

The main purpose of resistance heating furnaces is to generate heat for industrial processes such as smelting, drying and curing. They also produce heat for residential heating and provide a source of radiant heat for cooking and other tasks that require high temperatures.


Advantages of the Resistance furnaces

Resistance furnaces are used extensively because of their numerous advantages. Articles can be uniformly heated either by appropriately locating the heating elements along the walls of the furnace chamber or by means of forced circulation of the furnace atmosphere. Automatic control of the power and, consequently, of the temperature conditions in such a furnace is easily implemented. Resistance furnaces are readily mechanized and automated, thus alleviating the work of personnel and facilitating the inclusion of such furnaces in automatic transfer lines. In addition, they are compact.

Model Rated Power


Phase Voltage


Rated Temperature (℃) Working Size


RT2-65 65 3 380 950 1100*550*450
RT2-105 105 3 380 950 1500*800*600
RT2-120 120 3 380 950 2000*1000*700
RT2-150 150 3 380 950 2100*1050*750
RT2-180 180 3 380 950 2400*1500*800
RT2-250 250 3 380 950 3500*1350*950
RT2-320 320 3 380 950 3500*1500*1000
RT2-360 360 3 380 950 4000*1500*950
RT2-600 600 3 380 950 6000*2500*1200