Curing Ovens cure parts, coatings, and adhesives.
The function of a Curing Oven is to cure a part, coating, or adhesive. Depending upon the process and production requirements, a Batch or Conveyor configuration can be engineered. To meet both process and safety requirements, the exhaust system is engineered to accommodate specific moisture, solvent, and fume release rates. Multiple heat zone configurations can be designed to maximize curing efficiency.
Each Industrial Oven project undergoes a comprehensive evaluation of every production requirement. The assessment includes areas such as production goals, part configuration and construction, part mass, temperature profile, and facility location or elevation.
Indirect Gas Fired Indexing Cure oven
Features dual indexing conveyors, with adjustable index times, two zones of temperature control and a 4 station Push/Pull Cooler.
The oven includes a thermal oxidizer to reduce solvent emissions to local code. The system temperature, door control and index timing along with start/up, shutdown and alarm annunciation is PLC controlled for system flexibility.
Curing: Curing ovens raise the product mass and coated material to a specified temperature and holds this temperature for a set time. Curing Ovens cure parts, coatings, and adhesives.
Typical Heat Processing Application(s)
- Machined Components
- Welded or Formed Assemblies
- Stress Relieving
- Aluminum Casting
- Recreational Vehicles