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Latest revision as of 12:09, 3 June 2021

See the full list of Thermal Processing tools here.

List of all lab ovens and capabilities/uses
Oven Name + Link Temperature Range/Capabilities Programmable Gases Vacuum/Pressure Range Typical Uses SignupMonkey Reservation
Oven 1
  • Typically 95°C
  • Passive Cooling
No, single temperature. N/A Atmosphere only Drying glassware, general baking. No. Users may change temperature.
Oven 2
  • Typically 100°C
  • Passive Cooling
No, single temperature. N/A Atmosphere only Drying glassware, general baking. No. Users may change temperature.
Oven 4: HeraTherm Oven
  • Max. Temp = 330°C
  • Passive Cooling, optional vent to atmosphere for speed.
  • Multi-step programmable
  • Ramp Rate: only low/med/high (not numeric ramp rate).
  • Gas flow not programmable
  • N2 (manual flow valve)
  • Atmosphere Purge
Atmosphere only Bonding, BCB/Polymer curing. Sign Up For This Tool

(Also log in logbook)

Blue-M Oven
  • Max. temp. 350°C
  • Passive Cooling
  • Yes, fully programmable up to 2 stages.
  • Gas flow not programmable
  • N2 (manual flow setting)
Atmosphere only BCB/Polymer curing. Sign Up For This Tool
YES Vacuum Oven
  • Max. Temp 250°C
  • Passive Cooling
Controller non-operational
  • N2
Atmosphere only No. First-come first-serve.