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1/5/2005

Batch Ovens

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Company manufacturs batch ovens and oven systems for the curing and drying needs of the powder coating, paint finishing,  automotive,  adhesives as well as thermoforming industries.

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Company manufacturs batch ovens and oven systems for the curing and drying needs of the powder coating, paint finishing,  automotive,  adhesives as well as thermoforming industries. In-house, the company manufactures cost-effective finishing equipment for liquid or powder application, design liquid to powder conversions or retrofit existing systems including a complete conveyorized finishing system which only needs a 30 x 60-ft space. It makes catalytic Gas-Cat® infrared, electric infrared, infrared boost systems, gas convection ovens, combination ovens and flameless gas catalytic infrared heat. The ovens are designed to use a safe, flameless, proprietary technology to produce controllable infrared energy through a catalytic reaction. 

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