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9/30/2016

Fostoria Portable IR Banks for Paint/Powder Cure

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The Fostoria Process Equipment Division provides a complete series of portable infrared oven banks for in-line use at specified locations in paint and powder operations.

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The Fostoria Process Equipment Division provides a complete series of portable infrared oven banks for in-line use at specified locations in paint and powder operations. These banks can be configured to the product and its orientation on the conveyor to provide complete cures or a boost/gel prior to convection curing. The banks are ideal for spot repairs or for water dry-off prior to paint or powder application, and provide options for the electric infrared emitter (wavelength) for the job, whether for boost, complete cure, water dry-off or flash-off. In addition, blowers can be added to the modular IR emitters to introduce air to the finishing or dry-off process. 

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