Thermal curing and processing applications possess a variety of load capacities and heating requirements. Batch ovens are the most effective heating and pre-heating solutions, and can produce extreme temperatures of heat. Preheated batch ovens are commonly used for the preparation of metal, plastic, wood and fiberboards for advanced industrial products.
Sterilizing and curing
Drying, aging and annealing
Cleaning process ovens
Batch ovens are crafted with various features. These features enhance their usability, heating production and operational temperature range. Therefore, when you buy a batch oven for industrial use, you need to pay close attention to each of these features in order to ensure that your product works efficiently.
Level of insulation against heat losses
The Oven’s Durability
Heating medium (gas or electricity)
Uniformity of air flow within the plenums of the oven
Availability of service warranties from the manufacturer (or retailer)
Meticulous and accurate testing of the engineering design is also required. This ensures that the design meets the various industrial and commercial standards of production. The manufacturer’s engineering expertise is often exhibited through the physical design specifications, user regulation fixtures, the presence of heat monitoring and control systems, the availability of the right switches, and other electrical fixtures. Additional testing should be done in order to ensure that the oven effectively performs within the specified manufacturer range of temperatures. Upon installation, the oven’s optimal performance metrics should also be evaluated in order to ensure that it functions normally and within the desired levels. Expert guidance is critical at this phase as it facilitates the evaluation of technical operational variables. At Eastman Manufacturers, we guarantee customer satisfaction and exceptional service. Contact us today for more information.