Wisconsin Oven Corp. Batch Oven Designed for Shorter Lead Times

In addition to finishing applications, this oven can be used for drying, epoxy curing, bonding, metal finishing, varnish curing, baking, adhesive curing and more.

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Wisconsin Oven Corp., Express Batch Oven (EBO)

 

Wisconsin Oven Corp.’s Express Batch Oven (EBO) is a standardized batch oven designed for shorter lead times. Available in 26 sizes, and in either electric or gas models, the EBO is engineered for businesses that specialize in powder coating or finishing applications. In addition to finishing applications, this oven can be used for drying, epoxy curing, bonding, metal finishing, varnish curing, baking, adhesive curing and more. The oven is engineered with a recirculation system that features a combination air flow pattern, as well as a maximum temperature rating of 500°F and roof-mounted blowers to save floor space. 

 

For more information, visit wisoven.com.

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