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Technobel builds industrial ovens in a variety of shapes and sizes to meet your heating requirements. These configurations consist of laboratory, warming, batch, walk-in, bell, pit, top-loading, and conveyor ovens. Their industrial applications include but are not limited to the following: aging, annealing, baking, bending, curing, drying, enameling, firing, hardening, heating, soldering, stress-relieving, sterilizing, and tempering. Most models also utilize the highly efficient Folded and Formed® (F&F®) heating elements to provide better temperature uniformity, closer control, and greater flexibility, thus reducing costs and improving production rates. The maximum temperature ranges from 400°F to 1400°F.
Technobel industrial oven construction normally follows three basic heat transfer methods: direct radiation, gravity convection, and air recirculation.
Radiant Heat industrial ovens provide the least expensive method for applications where temperature uniformity is not a consideration and provide direct radiation of the heat from exposed heating elements.
Gravity Convection industrial ovens create more uniform temperatures due to the placement of the heating elements behind baffles to heat the natural air flowing within the chamber, creating a chimney effect. With gravity convection, air flows from top to bottom. It is a satisfactory method when your product must be shielded from radiant heat, and temperature control is not a critical factor.
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