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6/29/2006

Convection and Infrared Conveyor Ovens

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Company offers convection and infrared conveyor ovens that use a spindle conveyor (chain-on-edge) for the material handling system.

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Company offers convection and infrared conveyor ovens that use a spindle conveyor (chain-on-edge) for the material handling system.  This equipment has a standard maximum temperature rating of 500°F (650°F and 800°F optional).  This design is great for high production applications.  Most often the parts are small (less than 1x1x1 ft), but on occasion, the parts are much larger.  Some parts commonly processed in this manner include door knobs and door components, aluminum wheels, small automotive and electrical components, golf club heads, and golf balls.  Some of larger parts processed include caskets, propellers, and motors.

 

The conveyor system can be designed to serpentine through the oven with a small turning radius, which allows multiple passes through a relatively small foot print.  Heated air is supplied through a fully adjustable supply duct located above the entire work chamber, in a vertical down direction.

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