Laboratory ovens are thermal processing machines used in lab work and testing applications. In addition to manufacturing R&D applications, lab ovens are used in the healthcare industry as sterilization tools and in a number of research applications. A few of these applications include bio-chemical research, drug metabolism research, protein and starch digestion research and moisture content analysis.
The GRIEVE CORPORATION
Round Lake, IL
Our laboratory ovens are low cost, fully equipped and all purpose, perfect for sample drying, baking, annealing, conditioning, sterilizing, evaporating and other general laboratory work. Our lab ovens come standard with two nickel plated wire shelves, excess temperature interlock, a three wire cord and plug standard on 120 volt models as well as a myriad of other features. Contact our representatives, who are available around the clock to learn more about our company today!
We stand for quality and providing quick and efficient customer service. Our mission is to provide standard or customized laboratory ovens at the greatest value possible to our customers. We have trained our employees to provide only the most exceptional customer service. You will be blown away with the degree of care we use when working with our clients. Visit our website for more information today or call our staff. We are excited to work with you!
Wisconsin Oven Corporation
East Troy, WI
We are dedicated to a tradition of fairness and respect for our customers, employees, and community. We have designed our laboratory ovens to be of only the finest quality. We handpick our employees only when we are satisfied that they are able to provide the exceptional levels of customer service that we have become known for. Send an email, call, fill out the easy form on our website; however you do it, get in contact with us today to start designing your dream oven!
Savage Engineered Equipment
Our laboratory ovens can be put to use for a variety of applications, some of include, but aren't limited to curing, mold preheating, drying, aging, electronics, and many others. The exterior is made of heavy gauge, cold rolled steel in order to provide the maximum structural rigidity. Our staff is prepared to assist you in finding the oven that will perfectly fill your need. Contact us today for pricing and availability! We are in the business of building ovens that are built to last!
Jackson Oven Supply, Inc.
Our laboratory ovens are sure to please! We are dedicated to providing only the best when it comes to our industrial ovens. Our employees know quality, and therefore will bring you nothing but the highest levels of customer service and the best products at the greatest value. We are dedicated to our trade and there is no job too small or too large for us to take on for you. We have on-site personnel which is handy when unexpected stoppages happen. Contact us today to learn more!
Steelman Industries, Inc.
All of our laboratory ovens are made from the highest quality materials we can find in order to better suit your needs. We know our customers demand a product that will be efficient in its tasks while also lasting for many, many years. This is why we provide nothing less for our esteemed clients. It is our duty and our privilege to see that we provide you with service that will exceed your expectations and bring nothing but fully satisfied customers. Contact our staff today to learn more!
In order to be competitive, every industry must constantly reinvent itself; innovation pushes the limits of what is possible in every industrial and commercial context. The manufacturing sector requires active, robust research and development departments and programs in order to develop new products and new ways of making products. Of particular interest to R&D efforts in the manufacturing sector is the development of manufacturing methods that reduce cost, improve quality and increase production efficiency. Laboratory ovens provide testing grounds for a large variety of manufacturing-sector research and development departments. Because an extensive variety of industrial and consumer products are heat treated in some way, an equally extensive variety of heat treatment methods are required to produce those products. Each method of production was designed in a lab, where, under controlled circumstances, materials and equipment were tested.While the applications of lab ovens are diverse and often specialized, the basic concept of an oven is not. An oven is an insulated, enclosed space that is heated in order to treat a product. From there the variations begin, but even specialized lab ovens exist to serve the purpose of thermal processing. Since all varieties of ovens originated in R&D departments, all varieties of ovens exist in lab settings. Conveyor ovens and batch ovens alike are used to test curing, drying and powder coating processes. A given conveyor or batch oven that tests a curing process can use quartz, natural gas or electricity as its heat source. An electric oven can utilize convection or infrared radiant heating as its heating method. The only difference between ovens in lab settings and ovens that are found in manufacturing markets is the design standard; an oven that is testing a new heat treatment process must have the capacity to cope with unexpected consequences of testing a new process. Often, lab ovens will require certification from standards bureaus like the American Society for Testing and Materials. In medical research settings, the standards may be even stricter, as lab oven equipment may be used to conduct experiments with hazardous chemicals or pathogenic material.