A Composite curing oven can be used for a number of processes including composite curing, powder coating, drying, and more.
When purchasing a curing oven, there are a lot of options to consider. This blog highlights the top Curing Oven features requested by our customers.
Composite Curing Features & Options
- Vacuum pump and accumulator tank: This allows the curing oven to be self contained and minimize your costs since you won’t have to provide a separate vacuum supply.
- Static ports: Allows for the routing of test wires and probes to other equipment.
- Gas fired, indirect, or electric: When purchasing an oven it’s important to consider which power supply options that are available at the location as well as which option is better for the process you are looking to perform in your unit.
- Thermocouple Jack strips: These strips allow for users to obtain the most accurate temperature reading possible whether your oven is 2 feet long or 40 feet long.
- Digital Control Software: Digital temperature control settings maintain temperature accuracy during curing processes as well as enabling repeatability, recipe management, ease of use, ease of training, and validation.
- Data acquisition system (Paperless Chart Recorder with Flash Memory or Ethernet Cable Connection): Your curing oven can come equipped with recording systems that provide permanent records of your processing temperatures.
- Motorized damper “Cooling Fans” for systematic temperature cool down rates: These fans are the ideal solution for accurate and controlled cooling, airflow regulation, and exhaust tracking control for any curing process.
- On-Site Installation and Start Up: This is an integral feature. One of the most common and unnecessary expenses extend from incorrect self-installation. Consider having the manufacturer set up, start up, and train you to use the unit.
- Nema 4, 3 Phase Control Panel with disconnect: This weather proof control panel provides efficient and accurate power to your unit with minimal energy loss while reducing power costs.
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