更新日 2006.09.02
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  AN-350
  AN-300
  Automatic fuel suspension device
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Unique Temperature Guage AN 1000

The AN-1000 Fire kiln support equipment is at the forefront of equipment in its class.
In answer to the problem of dwindling numbers of specialist kiln workers and cost reduction, Antec has developed the first fire kiln support equipment that makes it possible for just about anyone who can throw in firewood to be able to operate a fire kiln.
The AN-1000's greatest feature is its automatic operation mode which incorporates "guidance of pre-set kiln temperature levels, displaying the number of firewood required and sound prompting that notifies when to insert them in the kiln." The system also comes equipped with a refiring operation mode reporting any decrease in temperature within the kiln, as well as a timer mode to inform the user of cycle completion, making all forms of calcination possible.
Since the target temperature is displayed digitally during automatic operation, it can be used as a standard, with the level meter displaying the differences in present temperature and target temperature, thus reducing strain of eyes caused by looking at digital temperature guages. 。
 
Special Temperature Gauge AN 350

The AN350 is a digital temperature gauge equipped with the temperature variation display, which was popular with fire kiln support equipment(AN500/AN500S/1000). In case of judging if the temperature in the kiln is rising or falling, it is necessary to keep observing the temperature. But with this unit you can see the temperature variation at a glance. In case of rising, display(up-mark) will light up and falling, display(down-mark) will light up.
 
Special Temperature Gauge AN 300

 
 
 
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