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9/27/2011

Electric Batch Ovens Available in Bench, Walk-In Versions

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Rapid Engineering’s small, electric batch ovens are capable of operating at 450°F and can be used to bake, cure, anneal or dry.

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Rapid Engineering’s small, electric batch ovens are capable of operating at 450°F and can be used to bake, cure, anneal or dry a variety of substrates and coatings. Rapid Model 444 (width × height × depth) is a bench-type unit, while Models 464 and 468 are floor-mounted, walk-in units. The ovens use a bank of electric heating elements and recirculated air to heat products inside 4-inch insulated, painted enclosures. Standard features include electronic temperature controls, a batch timer with alarm device, a control panel and hinged doors. Powered exhaust fans, extra doors sets, 15-kw or 30-kw heat options, and input voltage options also are available. 

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