Increased efficiency and reduced production costs are what every industry desires. These are what continuous ovens, also known as conveyor ovens, are designed for. Using this type of oven reduces the heating process time by using higher temperatures. They are used for various applications such as drying, curing, and tempering. Different industries benefit from their improvement to continuous production lines. They are common in industries such as automobile, fiber optics, printing, aerospace and many more.
How Do Conveyor Ovens Work?
The main goal of conveyor ovens during the heating process is to enhance heat distribution among the products being cured. This is made possible by placing those items on a mineral wool batt on a heavy aluminum steel gauge. A more uniform temperature on the metal components and the air is the result. Moreover, the increased size of the oven allows for continuous curing of products. Conveyor ovens also have a both horizontal and vertical air being pumped all over the processed products. This results in even heat distribution within the oven.
Easy temperature control of the oven leads to consistent results. The operating temperature can range up to 600°F. In advanced industrial applications, infrared systems are integrated in the conveyor ovens for more efficient heating and monitoring. Conveyor ovens are available in different types including chain-conveyors, Ferris-wheel, spindle, wash-draw furnace, and more.
Another great advantage of a conveyor oven is the option for customization, which can ensure your enterprise gets what specifically what is needed.
This is what we specialize in at Eastman Manufacturing. Our team of skilled engineers design the best type of conveyor ovens to suit the needs of our clients. Customer satisfaction is our priority. We manufacture high quality equipment that meet your requirements and exceeds the industry standard.
Get in touch with our professional team at Eastman Manufacturing to learn more or request a consultation today!