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Electric Oven Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Wisconsin Oven Corp: Leader in Industrial Oven Manufacturing.

    Electric Ovens Wisconsin Oven Corporation has been a top manufacturer, designer and engineer of industrial and electric ovens since 1973. The ovens we produce serve numerous purposes ranging from drying and heat treating to curing and finishing. Wisconsin Oven Corporation is owned by Thermal Product Solutions (TPS), a globally leading company in thermal processing products. We are located in East Troy, Wisconsin, south west of Milwaukee and northwest of Chicago. Read more......

  • Electric Oven: The Oven Standard

    Every product has a standard model that is used as a foundation to build similar products with variances for specific needs. Amongst the ovens used in the industrial, commercial and residential contexts, that standard model is the electric oven. Although it is not the original cooking model (that would be a basic fire, in a pit or fireplace) it has been the standard for the last hundred or so years. This is because it is a simple, low risk oven, mostly because it can only reach fairly low temperatures of...

  • Jackson Oven Supply, Inc. - Versatile Electric Ovens

    Jackson Oven Supply, Inc. has been developing outstanding oven equipment since 2002. Over the years this manufacturer has designed and created superb oven supplies. Jackson Oven Supply, Inc. strives to exceed customer expectations by offering unprecedented services. This company will quickly delivery all products and they can install these innovations in a timely manner. Their highly trained staff can provide customers with on-site training to assure all customers are properly trained to successfully operate these machines. This company even offers services to perform preventative maintenance on your systems which greatly...

  • Conveyor Ovens Sinter Various Parts for Lab Equipment

    INDUSTRIAL OVENS LEWCO, Inc. recently completed two 800°F. electrically heated conveyor ovens, which will be used to cure various component parts of laboratory equipment. The parts come in many different shapes and sizes, so it was critical to ensure they remained stationary as they passed through the oven. To solve this, LEWCO engineers used a balanced weave belt design. This type of belt will keep the parts stationary, while also permitting adequate airflow across the parts. Each oven is equipped with two independently controlled conveyors traveling through a single...

  • Dependable Industrial Ovens from David Weisman, LLC

    Industrial Ovens For over 30 years, David Weisman, L.L.C. has designed and manufactured industrial ovens, dyers, and heaters. We strive to provide dependable, quality, cost-effective equipment. Our experience and capabilities encompasses a wide variety of systems. The last 18 years we have been dedicated to developing top of the line equipment for the process heat oven and finishing systems industry. Our expertise includes the design and manufacturing of preheat, cure, dry and post heat, post-cure ovens, gas and electric infrared heaters and infrared ovens, hot air convection ovens, walk-in batch...

  • Despatch Industries Welcomes Wilson Industries Inc. to Its East Coast Sales Representative Team

    Despatch Industries, a global leader in high performance industrial ovens and other thermal processing equipment has added Wilson Industries to its sales representative team. Wilson Industries, based in Warren, N.J., will represent Despatch Industries’ products and services, serving clients in the New York metro area, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania. MINNEAPOLIS, MN (PRWEB) October 02, 2014 Despatch Industries, a global leader in high performance industrial ovens and other thermal processing equipment has added Wilson Industries to its sales representative team. Wilson Industries, based in Warren,...

Industry Information

Electric Oven

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. 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.

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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