A multi-lane curing conveyor oven will increase production for a United States-based parts manufacturer. Shipped by International Thermal Systems, the oven has proprietary top-down airflow to ensure uniform processing of a range of steel and plastic parts.
A two-zone, bottom-flow conveyor oven will be used to cure a latex barrier coating onto maple syrup bottles. The electrically heated oven, which has a maximum operating temperature of 150°F (66°C), is designed for a production rate of 3,200 bottles per hour.
Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, Wis., shipped a four-zone conveyor oven to a manufacturer in the oil and gas industry. The electrically heated oven has the capability to heat 25 parts per hour with a heating time of 48 minutes and a cooling time of 12 minutes. Each chamber in this four-zone oven has a maximum temperature rating of 752°F (400°C).
An electrically heated top-flow conveyor oven will be used by a global manufacturer in the machinery industry to cure “CPIG” material on plastic housings for electronic components. Designed and supplied by Wisconsin Oven Corp., the oven has a maximum operating temperature of 392°F (200°C) and includes a continuous chain-style conveyor system.
A custom part manufacturer took delivery of a custom curing cell that includes two dual-strand chain conveyor ovens and material handling equipment with chain-driven line rollers (CDLR) and pop-up transfers. Manufactured and supplied by Lewco Inc., a single lane oven with accumulation preheats the parts and keeps them warm until the operator is ready for the filling process.
A medical device manufacturer required an oven to preheat an aluminum mold for a silicone part that was to be filled and cured in the next manufacturing step. Despatch supplied a conveyor oven that met the company’s requirements.
A forging company will use a natural-gas-fired belt conveyor oven to preheat aluminum billets. Manufactured by Wisconsin Oven Corp., the unit has sufficient capability to heat 3,000 lb per hour of aluminum from 70 to 950°F as long as the workload is configured in a manner that is capable of absorbing the heat that is generated within the time available.
An automotive supplier will use a two-zone conveyor oven to stress relieve automotive springs. The natural-gas-fired unit, supplied by Wisconsin Oven Corp., has the design capacity to heat approximately 11,000 lb of springs per hour.
A tool and equipment manufacturer will use an electrically heated standard two-zone conveyor oven to temper steel parts. The oven, designed and built by Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, Wis., has the capability to heat 1,800 lb of steel from 70 to 425°F (21 to 218°C) within one hour.
An industrial roofing manufacturer will use a large conveyor oven rated for a maximum operating temperature of 350°F (177°C) to dry the water off a coated scrim at 200°F (93°C). The finished product is used for various roofing applications.
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