Batch Ovens Suited for Variety of Applications

Wisconsin Oven’s EWN series of industrial batch ovens was specifically designed for curing powder coatings.

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Wisconsin Oven’s EWN series of industrial batch ovens was specifically designed for curing powder coatings, but also is suited for composite curing, adhesive curing, metal finishing and other applications.

The ovens feature heavy-duty construction and combination airflow, as well as modulating control on gas-fired models and SSR-power control on electrically heated models. The combination airflow includes adjustable supply and return ducts to provide even airflow distribution throughout the work chamber. These features are designed to ensure uniform heat distribution throughout the interior, temperature uniformity and decreased heat-up times. 

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