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Annealing Oven Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of annealing oven manufacturers and suppliers. Find annealing oven companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture annealing oven to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top annealing oven manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the annealing oven companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of heat treating ovens, batch ovens, or laboratory ovens of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Round Lake, IL

    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, preheating, annealing, sterilizing, tempering, hardening or sintering. We make batch units and continuous units. To learn more about our top quality heat processing equipment, visit our website or send us an email today.

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  • Sandusky, OH

    Get the BEST! LEWCO's line of Industrial Ovens set the industry standard for efficient process heating. An ISO 9001:2008 certified company, offering over (1,200) standard models, no other company has as broad a product offering or technical expertise as LEWCO. Each oven is completely assembled, wired, and factory tested prior to shipment to ensure the highest quality. Contact one of our highly knowledgeable applications engineers today to learn how LEWCO can help!

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  • New Columbia, PA

    Through our superior performance Gruenberg brand and reliable, value priced Blue M line, TPS offers a range of standard and custom industrial ovens that reach as high as 1200 °F. Available in many configurations and footprints, products include Batch, Benchtop, Class 100/Clean Room, Class A/Solvent Venting/Explosion Proof, Conveyor, Curing, Annealing, Drying, Gravity, Inert Gas, Cabinet, Lab, Stacked, Top Loading and Truck In models. If we don’t already have the oven you need, we’ll build it.

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  • Williamsport, PA

    At Savage Engineered Equipment, our goal is to help our customers find a high quality, efficient oven that will get the job done. Each of our industrial ovens are designed to maintain temperature uniformity and to be used for a variety of applications. We are also capable of providing custom control panels to ensure maximum user-friendliness.

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  • South Beloit, IL

    We are a proud manufacturer of high quality industrial ovens, serving the automotive, aerospace, polymer, and composites industries as well as any market whose products necessitate heating processes. Whether you are a division of a Fortune 500 company or a private company, we are confident we can not only meet your requirements but exceed your expectations. Contact us today for further information about our ovens.

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  • East Troy, WI

    Our industrial ovens are well known for being of high quality and excellent value. Our seasoned employees are committed to bringing you only the best customer service. We have made it our goal to make sure each and every customer is left with a smile on their face after working with our friendly, well trained staff. Come and visit our website for more information or send our representatives an email with your questions, comments or concerns today!

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  • Trout Run, PA

    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! We have been in the business for years and we have the experience you need when it comes to industrial ovens. We believe that our customer’s success is our success and we want to make sure they have the right product to do so. For more info, give us a call today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Industrial Ovens: For Dinner and Beyond

As children we associate a word with a single object that we have experience with, blissfully unaware that the object we think defines the word may actually mean a number of other things as well. As simple and delightful as childhood is, being grown-up and understanding the nuances of words and the multiple uses of objects we thought we understood can be fascinating too. For example, ovens can do much more then bake a casserole or heat up an old dish of chicken Parmesan in my personal kitchen. Industrial ovens... Read More

Walk-In Ovens for Chemical Processing - LEWCO

 A customer in the chemical industry recently purchased two LEWCO Walk-In Ovens to heat materials in 55-gallon drums. In this process the heat evaporates water inside the drums to recover the material’s solid contents. This was a critical step in the customer’s process. The ovens, model EWR06FD, are heated by direct-fired natural gas and have a maximum temperature of 650°F., with a guaranteed temperature uniformity of +/- 10°F. The ovens are equipped with a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) interfaced with a touchscreen Human Machine Interface (HMI). A Eurotherm 3216 temperature... Read More

Continuous Process Annealing Oven for Automotive Taillights

  LEWCO recently delivered its ninth continuous process annealing oven to a tier-one automotive supplier. The oven is used to anneal plastic automotive lenses at a maximum temperature of 220°F. The process relieves stresses created during welding to avoid cracking or clouding of the lens during assembly. While inside the oven the parts will travel through three separate temperature zones; preheat, soak, and cooling. Once they pass through the cooling zone the parts are unloaded and packaged.... Read More

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Annealing Ovens

Annealing is a rather general term that refers to the heating of a metal or other material to a specific temperature and then letting it cool very slowly. The purpose of annealing is generally to soften, enhance ductility and improve cold working properties in various materials. It may also make materials more malleable, provide stress relief or create a new microstructure.

Annealing works by heating a material to a temperature that relieves its internal stress without causing deformation, and then cooling it at a rate that maintains its strength. Once a material has gone through the annealing process, it can more easily be cut, polished or drilled with less risk of fracture. Annealing ovens most often process metals, but they can process other materials as well, including glass and plastics. Annealing ovens enhance the material softening operation by allowing their users to tightly control and closely monitor the heating and cooling process, as well as by allowing for proper recrystallization to occur within the material. Frequently annealed metals include aluminum, brass, copper, steel and other various alloys. While providing flexibility, annealing ovens also allow exceptional temperature uniformity.

Annealing ovens can be used within a variety of industries, including technology, transportation, aerospace, automotive, healthcare and industrial manufacturing. Annealing ovens have many customizable features to meet the specific needs of any potential user. They may be heated by various means, including gas burner systems, electric heaters and radiant panels. Annealing ovens may also feature a full inert gas system, if needed, including seal welded interior panels, gas piping, control valves, flow meters and more. Air within ovens can flow vertically in a top-down or bottom-up arrangement, horizontally in a cross flow or in a combination of these. Ovens may come equipped with differential airflow switches to alert a user of airflow loss, and they may be augmented with many types of conveying systems, product trays, floor tracks, product carts and floor designs. Other optional features of annealing ovens include: welded structural steel framework, heavy gauge aluminized or stainless steel interior sheeting and air distribution systems, hinged access doors, modular build, high-density insulation, digital controls, remote access controls and conformity to NFPA, IRI, FM, OSHA, JIC, NEC, UL and CE requirements, as necessary.

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Annealing Oven – Thermal Product Solutions (TPS, LLC)
Annealing Oven – Thermal Product Solutions (TPS, LLC)