In addition to finishing applications, this oven can be used for drying, epoxy curing, bonding, metal finishing, varnish curing, baking, adhesive curing and more.
This walk-in batch oven is fully factory-tested and adjusted prior to shipment.
This oven is designed with a capacity to heat 1,500 lbs of steel from 70°F to 450°F within 45 minutes.
The EWN batch oven line features heavy duty construction, combination airflow, modulating control on gas fired ovens and SSR power control on electrically heated ovens.
The industrial conveyor oven features a stainless steel wire mesh belt and processes the fasteners at a rate of 1,300 parts per hour.
Wisconsin Oven offers walk-in batch curing ovens with a maximum temperature rating of 600°F and work chambers measuring 4.0 × 8.0 × 6.5 ft.
Wisconsin Oven’s EWN series of industrial batch ovens was specifically designed for curing powder coatings but also is suited for such applications composite curing, adhesive curing, metal finishing and more.
Wisconsin Oven’s EWN series of industrial batch ovens was specifically designed for curing powder coatings, but also is suited for applications such as composite curing, adhesive curing, metal finishing and more.
It’s been a busy summer for David Strand, president and CEO of Wisconsin Oven. In June, his company was acquired by France’s PLC Holding, a leading manufacturer of industrial ovens for the aerospace, automotive, composite and finishing industries.
French firm also owns Elmetherm, Elino and Wistra
Wisconsin Oven’s EWN series of industrial batch ovens was specifically designed for curing powder coatings.
Wisconsin Oven has designed a gas-fired belt conveyor oven to cure powder paint on aluminum water bottles with a production rate of 1,500 bottles per hour.
Wisconsin Oven has designed and manufactured an electrically heated batch oven for drying jet engine cowlings after cleaning for the U.S.
Wisconsin Oven has designed and manufactured a gas-fired bottom-flow conveyor oven to preheat tubes for the oil industry.
Wisconsin Oven designed and manufactured a gas fired conveyor oven with a blow off and cool down for drying moisture on aluminum replacement coils.
Designed for removal of fumes or smoke from the exhaust stream of ovens.
Thermal fume incinerators remove fumes or smoke from oven exhaust streams with destructive efficiencies up to 99%, as defined by U.S.
The E-Pack™ Oven upgrade is an optional Energy Efficient package, which includes thicker wall panels, higher efficient motors, a door limit switch, and a few other energy saving items, will reduce operating costs, which saves thousands of dollars!
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Company offers convection and infrared conveyor ovens that use a spindle conveyor (chain-on-edge) for the material handling system.
Please visit: Wisconsin Oven Corporation
2675 Main St.
PO Box 873
East Troy, WI 53120 US