Bendet Engineering Services offers a broad range of specially designed industrial ovens for applications of all types.
Industrial ovens are used in a variety of applications some of which include to either dry a part after it has passed through a pre-treatment line and before the part is coated with a specific surface finish, to cure paint, powder, electro coat or other surface coating on to the part, or to heat treat a part.
Industrial ovens can work with a variety of heating sources, which include electric or IR elements, gas package burners that work with NG (Sweet Natural Gas) or LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) or package diesel burners. Depending on the client’s needs, requirements and looking at it from an economical and cost-effective perspective, a heating source best suited to the client is provided. Bendet also considers the impact on the environment and has a range of low NOX burners that is implemented on industrial ovens.
In some cases, indirect heating is required, especially in the OEM and automotive industry, thus Bendet supplies heat exchangers that work in conjunction with the heating source to not expose the part to an open or direct flame.
Bendet Engineering also applied it’s knowledge with SolidWorks Flow Simulation to consider the most efficient design on an industrial oven.
Types of Industrial ovens
- Drying ovens – these types of ovens are normally used to dry a part before a surface coating is applied and after it has been processed through a pre-treatment line.
- Curing Ovens – these types of ovens are normally to cure a surface coating on to the part after it has been applied. This includes wet paint, powder coating, electro-coating and various other surface finishes.
- Humidifying Oven – these ovens are for specialized applications where high humidity is required in the curing process.
- Enamelling Furnaces – these are high temperature ovens of 850 deg.C – 950 deg.C to cure enamel.
- Heat Treatment Furnace – these are high temperature ovens where steel is tempered to change its material properties.
Variants of Industrial Ovens
- Dip Batch Oven – Mostly used in conjunction with gantry crane systems and in dip pre-treatment lines. This type of oven is normally for medium to low production rates.
- Batch Oven – Mostly used in index or manual lines in conjunction with manual trolleys, manual overhead crane system or index lines. This type of oven is normally for medium to low production rates.
- Continuous Oven – Mostly used in cases where a continuous line speed is used to move through the oven with an overhead conveyor system or floor conveyor system. This type of oven is normally used where higher production rates are required.
- Camelback Oven – This is a very efficient oven with minimal heat loss. A camelback oven is built on a frame with an incline to the inside of the oven and a decline coming out of the oven. A crane system can also be used to lift the part into the oven and release it out of the oven. This type of oven is normally for more efficient higher production rates.
More About Industrial Ovens
Our industrial ovens are designed to meet your needs. Our team of engineers can suggest the best industrial oven for your application.
They are built and designed with durability, reliability and ease of maintenance in mind, ensuring consistent performance and meeting the specific requirements of paint suppliers.