Wisconsin Oven Corporation announced the shipment of one natural gas fired conveyor oven to the automation industry and will be used to cure a resin formed mat. This conveyor oven has sufficient capacity to handle up to a 104” wide x 32” long mat weighing up to 0.19kg.
EAST TROY, WIS. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 04, 2019
Wisconsin Oven Corporation announced the shipment of one natural gas fired conveyor oven to the automation industry and will be used to cure a resin formed mat.
This conveyor oven has sufficient capacity to handle up to a 104” wide x 32” long mat weighing up to 0.19kg. The industrial conveyor oven has a maximum oven operating temperature of 500°F and work chamber dimensions of 10’6” wide x 12’6” long x 6’0” high. The oven has a guaranteed temperature uniformity of ±15°F at the set point of 400°F.
Wisconsin Oven has the ability to manufacture many different types of industrial conveyor oven s, including belt, carousel, chain, print plate, and custom conveyor ovens. The conveyor ovens unique design does not require constant loading and unloading or heating up and cooling back down, which results in labor and energy cost savings.
“Wisconsin Oven’s conveyor ovens can be customized depending on what the customer needs. Conveyor ovens are used for a multitude of applications like tempering, annealing, preheating, curing, and drying. This was an oven that contains a special plating conveyor that will be used to cure a resin by the customer.” – Tom Trueman, Senior Application Engineer
Unique features of this curing conveyor oven include:
- Temperature uniformity of ±15°F at 400°F
- 13,000 CFM @ 15 HP belt-driven blower
- Horizontal airflow
- Industrial air heat burner rated at 1,000,000 BTU per hour
- 400 CFM @ ½ HP exhaust blower
- Honeywell Model 7800 flame relay with integral purge timer
- Combustion air blower, complete with combustion airflow switch
- Digital Eurotherm 3204 temperature controller
- Digital FM Approved oven high limit controller
- Dual head control thermocouple to be wired to the PLC for PV redundancy
- Tongue & groove panel assemblies featuring WOC’s patented high efficiency panel seams
This conveyor oven was fully factory tested and adjusted prior to shipment from our facility. All safety interlocks were checked for proper operation and the equipment was operated at the normal and maximum operating temperatures. An extensive quality assurance check list was completed to ensure the equipment met all Wisconsin Oven quality standards.
About Wisconsin Oven
Wisconsin Oven Corporation has been designing, engineering, and manufacturing industrial ovens and other heating equipment since 1973. Their custom and standard industrial ovens are used for a multitude of applications including heat treating, finishing, drying, and curing. Many of the industries they serve require specific temperature uniformity and equipment performance documentation. Their experienced design team can meet even the most stringent standards for their customers’ equipment. Wisconsin Oven realizes that the success of the company depends on their Championship team of employees, which is why they have developed a company culture that recognizes and rewards employees. The goal at Wisconsin Oven is to outperform competition and provide customers with outstanding products and service.
Wisconsin Oven is owned by Thermal Product Solutions (“TPS”), a leading American manufacturer of industrial ovens, furnaces, pharmaceutical sterilizers, laboratory ovens, environmental temperature chambers, and stability test chambers. TPS provides thermal processing and test solutions for a range of industries. TPS brands include Baker Furnace, Blue M, Gruenberg, Tenney, Lindberg, Lunaire, MPH, and Wisconsin Oven. For more information on equipment solutions from TPS visit the website at http://www.thermalproductsolutions.com.
Our conveyor ovens can be customized depending on what the customer needs. Conveyor ovens are used for a multitude of applications like annealing, preheating, curing, and drying. This was an oven that contains a special plating conveyor that will be used to cure a resin. – Tom Trueman