Industrial Ovens

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Industrial Ovens Industrial ovens are thermal processing machines. Ovens use heat to treat materials in many ways. The name for a given heat treatment process reflects the kind of property changes that occur in a product when it is heated; drying, baking and dehydrating are processes of moisture removal, curing is the process of strengthening and firing is the process of hardening ceramics.

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Holland, MI  |  616-392-3161

Russells Technical Products has been designing and manufacturing environmental test chambers since 1972. With over 150 years of combined management experience, our company provides its customers with quality environmental test systems and advanced manufacturing techniques. Russells offers a variety of standard and custom designed chambers to meet your exact specifications.

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Cincinnati, OH  |  877-233-9871

For over 78 years, we have been providing environmental testing solutions helping manufacturers across multiple industries provide safe & reliable products.

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Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) $$$

New Columbia, PA  |  570-538-7200

Innovative design, robust construction, and superior performance make the Tenney line of environmental test chambers and rooms ideal for all of your temperature, humidity, altitude, vibration, steady state, and thermal shock applications, and more.

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Thermal Product Solutions (TPS, LLC) $$$

Grand Rapids, MI  |  800-368-4768

We have been developing environmental chambers since 1979 and we guarantee our designs are ideal for your business. We are an industry leader and our goal is to offer you with ongoing customer support every step of the way.

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Weiss Technik North America, Inc. $$$

Holland, MI  |  616-393-4580

A pioneer since 1962, Thermotron has been building the most recognizable environmental test equipment in the industry. Every chamber and shaker sold is handcrafted in West Michigan and comes with an intuitive controller. From automotive and defense, to electronics and medical industries, Thermotron has helped companies small and large create more reliable products. When you need to know whether your product(s) will stand the test of time, rely on proven test chamber from Thermotron.”

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Thermotron Industries $$$

San Jose, CA  |  408-945-7861

We offer a wide spectrum of reliable and satisfactory environmental chambers. Our engineers use the latest technologies to develop Solar Panel, Salt Fog, Dust, Temperature, Humidity, Oven, and Walk-In test chambers.

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Hastest Solutions, Inc. $$$
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Industrial Ovens

Industrial ovens are thermal processing machines. Ovens use heat to treat materials in many ways. The name for a given heat treatment process reflects the kind of property changes that occur in a product when it is heated; drying, baking and dehydrating are processes of moisture removal, curing is the process of strengthening and firing is the process of hardening ceramics. Industrial ovens are also used to activate adhesives, gel and fuse materials together, heat-set, heat-shrink, preheat, sinter, melt, laminate and thermal bond other materials.

Industrial ovens may be used for a broad variety of applications. These include powder coating, drying, baking, curing, and many others. These ovens have a wide range in temperatures that they are capable of reaching. Higher temperature industrial ovens may be used for drying materials and are sometimes also called a kiln; though they do not reach temperatures quite as high as traditional ceramic kilns. Lower temperature industrial ovens may be used for baking or curing and are found in places such as factories or bakeries. Industrial ovens come in many shapes and sizes, some come designed similar to a home oven, while others are large enough for people to walk into. There are also some industrial ovens which have a conveyor running through them in order to heat mass quantities of items over a short span of time.

Industrial ovens vary greatly in size and shape. There are the very large that contain many shelves and could be used for baking many loaves of bread at once. Ovens may be installed into large trucks or on carts for ease of portability. The one thing all of these ovens have in common is they are all temperature controlled based on their purpose. There are industrial ovens that are specifically designed to remove the moisture from objects that are placed inside, these are called drying ovens. Industrial ovens designed for curing are made to cause chemical reactions between the coating and the actual product itself. Like ovens found in homes, some industrial ovens are designed for specifically for food production. Although typically the industrial ovens used for food production are much larger and reach temperatures much higher than the average domestic oven the concept of baking food is the same. Read More…Request for Quote

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