Drying and Cross-Linkage Oven
|Heating Method||electric resistance heating|
|Chamber Dimensions:||800 x 1200 x 800 mm|
|Max. Operating Temperature:||120 °C|
|Temperature Accuracy in an Oven Chamber||± 1 °C|
|Batch Weight||20 kg|
|Thermal Insulation:||90 kg/m3 rock wool|
|Controls:||PLC and solid state relays, OMRON temperature control|
|Application:||mainly drying parts for the electrical industry|
This oven is similar in design to box ovens with direct electrical heating, the differences being a much lower operating temperature and much more stringent temperature accuracy requirements. An oven is normally categorised as a drying oven (drying stove) up to a temperature of 150°C. A powerful fan is used to force air in and out and to ensure air circulation for even heat distribution. A vacuum application is also possible to remove gas pockets from synthetic resin. First, a vacuum is created without the fan operating, which is then followed by air being let in and convective heating.
Drying, curing of, and promoting, cross linkage of the resin filler in synthetic resin-bonded bobbins that are used in the electrical industry (power supply units, transformers, motor rotors, etc.).
Drying and cross bonding temperature and heat requirements, temperature accuracy requirement, other process parameters (heating-up time, airflow rate, etc.).
OUR MAIN ACTIVITIES
Our core business is the manufacture of industrial furnaces and thermal process equipment in accordance with the customer’s process specifications and technical requirements.
We provide troubleshooting, regular or occasional maintenance, as well as the renewal and upgrade of industrial furnaces.
Our company has gained a lot of experience in the construction of steel structures. We ourselves do minor cutting works, while, for doing large-scale ones, we cooperate with highly experienced professional companies.
We undertake the annealing and stress relieving heat treatment of large and heavy workpieces in the furnace.