Despatch, an industrial oven manufacturer based in Minneapolis, is celebrating 120 years in business. The anniversary coincides with another significant milestone: the sale of 200,000 units. Over the past 120 years, Despatch has evolved from selling streetcar heaters and bread baking ovens into a supplier of ovens used in electronics, semiconductor and medical device manufacturing.
Thermal Product Solutions LLC (TPS), a provider of thermal-processing products and testing solutions, acquired Redline Chambers. Salt Lake City, Utah-based Redline Chambers manufactures vacuum chambers and systems for the aerospace, defense, energy, electronics and medical industries.
A custom industrial oven designed and manufactured for a company in the nuclear supply industry will be used for multiple applications. Lewco Inc. designed and manufactured the electrically heated, top-load oven, which has a maximum temperature of 900°F (482°C).
A manufacturer in the energy industry will utilize a top-load oven to dry moisture from large electrical components. A pneumatically operated vertically hinged door allows for top loading and unloading of parts.
Continuous process ovens (or conveyor ovens) are batch ovens that repetitively operate with a specific product traveling through them. The conveyor belt moving through the oven has a job to do and keeps on doing that job until the product is complete.
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March 29, 2022
Industrial ovens cover the gamut of configurations, heating methods and manufacturing processes. With so many suppliers offering a range of designs, how do you know where to start? Use our online Equipment Overview to identify prospective suppliers for your next oven buying project.
A fire in a large industrial oven at a door manufacturing plant in Redmond, Ore., caused an estimated $325,000 in damage, officials said. The cause of the fire is under investigation. No one was injured.
A fastener manufacturer will use a drawer oven to flash cure paint on nuts. Flash curing — heating parts at a relatively low oven temperature until they are no longer tacky but not fully cured — allows for subsequent layers of paint applications to continue building thickness.