Glass tempering furnace is an industrial heating equipment specially used for tempering glass. In the glass processing industry, 300Kw is a common power specification. In addition, these equipment also have a specific processing size range, with a minimum processing size of 1010mm and a maximum processing size of 28002000*2500mm, which is suitable for glass processing needs of various sizes.

The power requirements for a glass tempering furnace can vary widely depending on the size, design, and production capacity of the furnace.

Glass tempering furnace power

Glass tempering furnace

Small-Scale Furnaces

Designed for smaller production capacities or specialized applications.

Power consumption: Generally ranges from 100 kW to 300 kW.

Medium-Scale Furnaces

Used in medium-sized production facilities.

Power consumption: Typically ranges from 300 kW to 1 MW (1000 kW).

Large-Scale Furnaces

Used in large industrial facilities for high-volume production.

Power consumption: Can range from 1 MW to several megawatts, depending on the specific requirements.

Factors affecting glass tempering furnace power

Glass tempering furnace

Furnace Design

Heating Elements: Type and quality of heating elements (electric resistance heaters, gas burners, etc.) impact the furnace’s power.

Insulation: Efficient insulation reduces heat loss and improves energy efficiency.

Airflow System: Properly designed airflow ensures uniform heating and cooling.

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