Curing ovens

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These conveyor ovens from Elmetherm are designed for dying, curing, and heat treating. They are ideal solutions for conveying, regulation, and...

ELMETHERM curing towers and vertical curing ovens are designed for small spaces can be used with thermal applications 40°C up to 350°C. The device delivers a tailor made solution to minimize workspace while providing...

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chamber furnace / heating / polymerisation / vacuum - 700 - 2 000 W | MicroCure® Vacuum 3100

Advanced Variable Frequency Microwave (VFM)
source provides uniform, Si wafer safe heating
Vacuum chamber with environmental controls
Agile control architecture for precise open or
closed loop control of energy...

polymerisation furnace / microwave - 700 - 1 800 W | MicroCure 5100

The Lambda Technologies MicroCure 5100 has been developed while keeping the exclusive Variable Frequency Microwave process technique in mind which provides fast, uniform and selective processing of materials.

VFM processing is beneficial over alternative technologies for many reasons. It...

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vertical furnace / polymerisation - Heller 788

Increase productivity, improve quality, reduce costs... with vertical format curing solutions from Heller.
In-line, vertical automation of the epoxy cure process produces immediate,...

vertical furnace / polymerisation - Heller 733

Heller 733 In-line, Continuous Cure, Vertical Format Mini Oven
Increase productivity, improve quality, reduce costs... with vertical format curing solutions from Heller.
In-line, vertical...

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polymerisation furnace / gas-fired / large dimension / furnace - max. +260 °C

Large Batch Oven
Provided to a major aerospace contractor, this CART TYPE BATCH OVEN, is used to cure graphite composite structures....

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vertical furnace / polymerisation - Gruenberg

Benefits

Designed to conform to OSHA, NFPA 86A, Factory Mutual (FM), and Factory Insurance Association (FIA) requirements for assured process safety.
Rugged CHIL...

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tunnel furnace / polymerisation - HOKG

UV Curing tunnels with one, two or three lamps, model HOKG suitable...

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tunnel furnace / polymerisation - max. 250 °C

The furnace consists of sandwich panels which have rock wool and yellow as the insulation material between inner side of 1,2mm galvanized steel and outer side of 1,2 mm mild steel sheet. The walls and the ceiling of the oven are 50 mm rock wool and 100 mm yellow insulation total thickness 150 mm and its base is 50 mm thickness. There...

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tunnel furnace / polymerisation - max. 250 °C

The Gelcoat Curing Heat Tunnel system is an excellent way to accelerate the cure time for gelcoated molds. Utilizing a heater and blower to move warm air across the surface of molds curing times can be cut by more than 50%*, while at the same...

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polymerisation furnace - Select Cure® UV-5

Nordson ASYMTEK's Select Cure inline UV oven with modular design is ideal...

polymerisation furnace - Select Cure® UV-9

Nordson ASYMTEK’s Select Cure UV-9 inline oven is ideal...

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How to choose this product

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A curing oven polymerizes materials, primarily composites, through the application of heat. The various configurations include vertical, continuous operation (tunnel) and batch ovens.

Applications

These ovens are used in the composite materials industry for polymerization, including pre- and post-treatment.

Technologies

High heat is used to polymerize the treated materials. Temperatures can reach 500° C and are regulated by a ventilation system. Ovens are electric, gas or oil-fired and include safety systems in the event of the door opening.

How to choose

Choice will depend on required curing parameters, such as cycle time, temperature and air or vacuum curing. Power source, another important factor, may be affected by economic and technical considerations.

Advantages

- Pre- and post-treatment options

Disadvantages

- Expensive
- Tool contamination

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