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Depending on the desired heating temperature and the kind of heat that must be produced, different designs are used in different industrial contexts. Electric ovens are used in applications where high-heat is not necessary. Read More…

Electric Ovens Electric ovens are thermal processing machines that are used to heat a product using heated electric coils. Industrial ovens generate heat in many ways; they can be powered by propane or other natural gasses, steam or oil in addition to electricity.
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Round Lake, IL  |  847-546-8225

Grieve’s only business since 1949 has been to design and manufacture industrial ovens and furnaces. Use our depth of knowledge and experience when you require an oven or furnace for powder coating, curing, baking, drying, stress relieving, and more.

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The GRIEVE CORPORATION $$$

Newtown, PA  |  866-473-8724

Carbolite Gero is a leading manufacturer of high temperature furnaces and ovens from 30°C to 3000°C with a focus on vacuum and special atmosphere technology. With more than 100 years of experience in thermal engineering our products are used in research laboratories, pilot plants and manufacturing sites worldwide.

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Carbolite Gero Limited $$$

Mishawaka, IN  |  574-257-0099

MFS offers superior dry off industrial ovens & curing ovens for all your powder coating needs. Our modular oven design means quick install & start up. As a manufacturer of highly energy efficient ovens, we customize design, engineering, fabrication & installation to maximize your production potential. Dedicated to meeting your needs, we can do complete coating, curing, washing & dry off systems.

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Midwest Finishing Systems, Inc. $$$

Trout Run, PA  |  570-995-5025

We make top-of-the-line industrial ovens for top-of-the-line customers! Here at JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces, we guarantee success with all of our products!

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JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces $$$

Belding, MI  |  616-794-0410

Belco Industries is a leading supplier of high-quality finishing systems, including industrial ovens: batch ovens, moisture drying ovens, infrared preheat, dewatering, E-coat cure ovens, powder coat cure ovens, paint bake ovens and more. Call today for more information!

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Pre-heating, de-moisturizing, curing and drying are some of the main uses for electric ovens. Industrial baking ovens may also use electric heating coils to bake foods in the food service or packaged food supply industries.

Portable ovens, which cannot always be easily connected to natural gas or other heat generation sources, can often be easily connected to electric power sources. For applications with relatively low heat requirements, electric ovens are a good choice because of their efficient heating and low resource consumption compared to ovens that use natural gasses.

Electric ovens can heat products in a few ways. In electric natural convection ovens, heat is transferred from the heat source to the air to the product. Such ovens often feature coil designs where a coil at the bottom of an oven is heated. That heat then travels up and heats the products in the oven. There are limits to the efficiency of natural convection ovens because of the unevenness of heat distribution.

Industry researchers have identified this problem and answered it with forced convection and infrared ovens. These ovens don't have to be electric; some convection and infrared ovens burn natural gasses as their heat source. In electric forced convection ovens, a heat coil provides the heat source in the oven while a fan blows the heated air around resulting in an even distribution of heat.

These ovens are ideal for cooking large quantities of food at the same time. Infrared ovens transfer heat directly from the heat source, which is often a coiled tungsten wire, to the product without the coil-to-air-to-product transfer of heat that occurs in natural and forced convection ovens. Because of the directness of heat transfer in infrared ovens, they are very energy efficient and are becoming increasingly popular in industrial and consumer markets.

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