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Kit (Furnace)
ItemKitFurnace.png
Stacks No
Recipe
Created With Autolathe, Fabricator
Cost 30g Iron, 10g Copper
Logic Parameters
  • Open
  • Pressure
  • Temperature
  • Lock
  • Setting
  • Reagents
  • RatioOxygen
  • RatioCarbonDioxide
  • RatioNitrogen
  • RatioPollutant
  • RatioVolatile
  • RatioWater
  • Maximum
  • Ratio
  • ImportQuantity
  • ImportSlotOccupant
  • ExportQuantity
  • ExportSlotOccupant
Volume 250 L
Furnace
Furnace.jpg
Construction
Placed with Kit (Furnace)
Placed on Small Grid
Stage 1
Deconstruction
Deconstructed with Hand Drill
Item received Kit (Furnace)

Description[edit]

Used to smelt ingots and alloys using an oxygen/volatile gas mix. Ice (Oxite) and Ice (Volatiles) can be manually input directly in the furnace in order to create crude gas mixtures, or to be directly extracted as an easy trick for melting the ice.

If the contents of the furnace are ejected without reaching the required temperature and pressure for smelting, they'll come out as Reagent which can be processed in a Centrifuge to recover the raw ores.

Recipes[edit]

While smelting steel is easily achieved with ice, other recipes usually require a working piping setup. This can be done by separating gases into tanks using atmospheric units and piping individual gases through a mixer and a Pressure Regulator or a Pipe Volume Pump connected to the furnace input. Output should also be extracted and vented/recycled through a backpressure regulator to keep furnace pressure in check. The optimal gas mix that burns completely is 1 part (33.3%) oxygen to 2 parts (66.6%) volatiles, other mixes would also work but leave you with leftover oxygen or volatiles depending on the percentages used. It could also result in lower temperature if that is desired, but you could also use a volume pump with a lower fuel input setting.


Make sure to put the fuel in first, then press the activate button. Afterwards, put in the ingredients, and press the handle after you see the "will produce" while hovering over the furnace.

Item Input Pressure (kPa) Temperature (K)
Min Max Min Max
ItemSiliconIngot.png
1
Ingot (Silicon)
ItemSiliconOre.png
1
100 99999 900 99999
ItemIronIngot.png
1
Ingot (Iron)
ItemIronOre.png
1
100 99999 900 99999
ItemGoldIngot.png
1
Ingot (Gold)
ItemGoldOre.png
1
100 99999 600 99999
ItemCopperIngot.png
1
Ingot (Copper)
ItemCopperOre.png
1
100 99999 600 99999
ItemSilverIngot.png
1
Ingot (Silver)
ItemSilverOre.png
1
100 99999 600 99999
ItemLeadIngot.png
1
Ingot (Lead)
ItemLeadOre.png
1
100 99999 300 99999
ItemNickelIngot.png
1
Ingot (Nickel)
ItemNickelOre.png
1
100 99999 800 99999
ItemSteelIngot.png
1
Ingot (Steel)
ItemIronOre.png
0.75
ItemCoalOre.png
0.25
100 99999 600 99999
ItemSteelIngot.png
1
Ingot (Steel)
ItemIronOre.png
0.75
ItemCoalOre.png
0.25
100 99999 600 99999
ItemElectrumIngot.png
1
Ingot (Electrum)
ItemSilverOre.png
0.5
ItemGoldOre.png
0.5
800 2400 700 10000
ItemInvarIngot.png
1
Ingot (Invar)
ItemIronOre.png
0.5
ItemNickelOre.png
0.5
6000 7000 1200 2000
ItemConstantanIngot.png
1
Ingot (Constantan)
ItemCopperOre.png
0.5
ItemNickelOre.png
0.5
100 10000 1000 1500
ItemSolderIngot.png
1
Ingot (Solder)
ItemIronOre.png
0.5
ItemLeadOre.png
0.5
300 3500 300 2000
0.2.1768.8135 - Tue 16/10/2018 /Recipes

Some example fuel mixes[edit]

Prime AFR In: Mols Result Out: Mols
H2 O2 Press. Temp O2 H2 Co2 X
100 kPa 2:1 29 14 2 135 1 953 1 3 82 33
200 kPa 2:1 59 29 4 500 2 000 1 5 169 80
200 kPa 3:1 65 21 3 400 1 900 2 26 118 52
200 kPa 4:1 72 18 3 000 1 800 1 40 99 42
200 kPa 1:1 43 43 3 493 1 917 22 2 127 59
200 kPa 1:4 17 68 1 646 1 319 63 2 50 18
300 kPa 2:1 86 42 6 850 2 109 2 7 242 115
500 kPa 2:1 143 69 11 814 2 150 3 11 400 193

Data Network Properties[edit]

These are all Data Network properties of this device.

Data Parameters[edit]

These are all parameters, that can be written to with a Logic Writer, Batch Writer, or Integrated Circuit (IC10). The outputs are listed in the order a Logic Writer's "VAR" setting cycles through them.

Parameter Name Data Type Description
Open Boolean Opens the Furnace, when set to 1. Closes it, when set to 0.
Activate Boolean Activates the Furnace, when set to 1.
Lock Boolean Locks the Furnace, when set to 1. Unlocks it when set to 0.
Setting Float (Unknown) Affects the Setting output.

Data Outputs[edit]

These are all parameters, that can be read with a Logic Reader or a Slot Reader. The outputs are listed in the order a Logic Reader's "VAR" setting cycles through them.

Output Name Data Type Description
Open Boolean Returns whether the Furnace is open. (0 for no, 1 for yes)
Pressure Float Returns the pressure in the Furnace in kilo pascal.
Temperature Float Returns the temperature in the Furnace in kelvin.
Lock Boolean Returns whether the Furnace is locked.
Setting Float (Unknown) Affected by the Setting parameter.
Reagents Float Returns the amount of reagents (smeltable ores, not counting ice) in the Furnace, in grams.
RatioOxygen Float Returns a range from 0.0 to 1.0. Returns the percentage ratio of the amount of oxygen in the Furnace.
RatioCarbonDioxide Float Returns a range from 0.0 to 1.0. Returns the percentage ratio of the amount of carbon dioxide in the Furnace.
RatioNitrogen Float Returns a range from 0.0 to 1.0. Returns the percentage ratio of the amount of nitrogen in the Furnace.
RatioPollutant Float Returns a range from 0.0 to 1.0. Returns the percentage ratio of the amount of pollutant in the Furnace.
RatioVolatiles Float Returns a range from 0.0 to 1.0. Returns the percentage ratio of the amount of volatiles in the Furnace.
RatioWater Float Returns a range from 0.0 to 1.0. Returns the percentage ratio of the amount of water in the Furnace.
Maximum Integer (Unknown) Returns 100.
Ratio Float (Unknown) Returns 0.5.
ImportQuantity Float Returns the amount of items in the import slot of the Furnace, which are currently smelted, in grams.
ImportSlotOccupant Boolean Returns whether there is something in the import slot of the Furnace, being smelted. (0 for no, 1 for yes)
ExportQuantity Float Returns the amount of items in the export slot of the Furnace, in grams. (Only briefly returns a value, when the Furnace is opened and items are exported.)
ExportSlotOccupant Boolean Returns whether there is something in the export slot of the Furnace. (Only briefly returns a value, when the Furnace is opened and items are exported.)