Furnace Gas Mixture

Instrument Gas Mixture

Furnace Gas Mixture

The protective gases used in furnace atmospheres are usually a mixture of hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and trace amounts of water. The necessary gases are either injected directly into the furnace as a nitrogen and methanol (CH4) mixture or via an endothermic generator using propane or natural gas as the source for carbon. An endothermic atmosphere is produced by cracking methane into nitrogen, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide in a retort.

Few examples are given below

Hydrogen 0.1-10% + Nitrogen Balance


CO 60% + CO2 40%


CO 1-5% + Nitrogen Balance


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