Product News: Thermal & Heating Equipment

Electrically Heated Batch Oven operates up to 500°F max.

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Press Release Summary:

August 8, 2014 - With 6 x 6 x 6 ft interior dimensions, Electrically Heated Batch Oven is suitable for curing rubber parts. Oven features water misting system in case of fire, insulated floor with cart tracks that prevents damage to facility floors, and bi-parting doors for loading/unloading of customer-supplied carts. Digital temperature controller can store recipes for different heating cycles, while front USB port enables storage drive to be uploaded and downloaded to/from controller to computer.

Infratrol Manufacturing Corp.

2500 S. 162nd St., New Berlin, WI, 53151, USA

Original Press Release

INFRATROL Ships Oven for Curing Rubber Parts

Press release date: August 7, 2014

• Electrically heated batch oven, 450°F Operating Temperature, 500°F Maximum Temperature (72kW)
• Interior Dimensions: 6' width x 6' length x 6' height
• Bi-parting doors on one end of the oven for loading and unloading of customer supplied carts

SPECIAL FEATURES

Insulated Floor w/ Cart Tracks – Oven is supplied with an insulated floor to prevent any possible damage to the facility floors.  Cart guide tracks make it easier to load and unload the carts containing parts.

Water Misting System – A water misting system is supplied in case of a fire in the oven because the rubber parts contain a high amount of volatile material.  The uncontrolled temperature of a flame will trigger the system to release water which will turn into a mist and suppress the fire while not jeopardizing the integrity of the oven wall insulation.

Digital Temperature Controller & Recorder – The controller contains a digital display screen and can store recipes for the customer’s different heating cycles.  A front USB port is also provided for a storage drive to be uploaded and downloaded to/from the controller to a computer.  The digital temperature recorder is a paperless solution that allows you to track the oven air temperature at different times during a heating cycle.

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