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Infrared Ovens Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of electric oven manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top electric oven manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any electric oven company can design, engineer, and manufacture electric ovens to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach electric oven companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of infra red ovens, infrared convection oven, and industrial infrared ovens.

  • 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, 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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  • Grand Rapids, MI 800-368-4768

    Weiss Envirotronics is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturer and service of environmental test chambers. A complete line of standard and custom chambers, from bench top models to full walk-in and drive-in solutions to meet any testing requirement. Not sure what you need? Let one of our applications engineers help. Weiss Envirotronics, Inc is ISO 9001 registered and A2LA accredited.

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  • Maumee, OH 800-537-8980

    Surface Combustion offers a diverse product offering for batch and continuous furnace designs for atmosphere, nonatmosphere or vacuum processing of ferrous and/or nonferrous components/materials. Surface also produces the industry's most popular endothermic and exothermic gas atmosphere generators.

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  • Grant, MI 231-834-9131

    Complete finishing systems are designed around your specific process needs and are optimized to fit within your space requirements. We specialize in producing paint systems for wet and powder coatings, while also providing comprehensive design, fabrication, installation, start-up, and training services. Our complete finishing systems consist of an overhead conveyor, pretreatment washer, dry-off oven, paint/powder booths, cure oven, and controls.

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  • De Pere, WI 920-336-9800

    The CMM Group provides custom-designed industrial dryers and ovens for a wide range of applications in single or multi-zone configurations. The CMM Group designs and builds conveyorized curing, baking and drying ovens for automated production of small-to-medium sized products. Conveyorized roll support web dryers are available in horizontal or vertical tower design and can handle thin film to heavy gauge substrates, narrow to wide, slow or fast speeds.

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  • Mississauga, ON 905-670-7005

    Eastman Manufacturing has the expertise of designing and building industrial ovens for more than 15 years. You can rely on our conveyor ovens and batch ovens or any type of process combustion equipment you may need. We will provide a solution that will improve productivity. Visit our oven gallery today!

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  • Waukesha, WI (262)408-5583

    We are the top manufacturer of heat processing and finishing equipment here at Horizon Performance Technologies. With our many years of experience and attention to detail, we guarantee to provide high-quality products and services. We strive to exceed customers' expectations.

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Infrared Ovens

Infrared ovens are thermal processing machines that transfer heat directly to objects. In conduction and convection ovens, heat is first transferred to the air inside the oven, which is then transferred to the object for which the heating treatment is intended. Infrared ovens are the most efficient variety of industrial ovens because they can transfer heat to objects directly.

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Benefits of Infrared Ovens

Infrared ovens are so effective and efficient that they have become near-standard machinery for some industrial tasks. Because infrared heating is far more efficient than conventional or conductive heating, infrared ovens are useful in drying or curing highly complex objects. Infrared ovens can quickly preheat coated products in the initial curing stages; ovens using a combination of convection and infrared heating are becoming common for these types of processes. Conveyor ovens that use infrared heating elements are far more cost and energy-efficient than convection ovens, as maintaining oven temperature is not crucial with infrared heating. While conventional conveyors waste energy by releasing un-recuperated heat, infrared ovens transfer heat directly from the filament to the object, releasing little waste heat. In recent years, infrared ovens have been developed and marketed for consumer industries as well as industrial processes, and home "infrared cookers" have met considerable success.

How Infrared Ovens Work

Infrared ovens use electromagnetic radiation to transfer heat directly to an object without using gas-to-solid transfer. Infrared radiation is transferred directly to an object through a beam that is projected from an electrically heated flat panel emitter (a type of filament). Infrared emitters are typically made from coiled tungsten wire, although infrared heaters may be gas-powered as well. Because infrared ovens use long wave infrared beams of electromagnetic radiation to heat objects, maintaining a direct line (or "line of sight) between the flat panel heat emitter and the object to be heated is ideal. The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum responsible for producing heat within the range of invisible light is long wave infrared beams; long wave infrared within the range of 700 to 3.4 microns is most effective for most industrial heating, curing and drying operations. Infrared heat is particularly suitable for processing two dimensional products like web, fabric, and products that require powder curing. Infrared ovens can project heat at 90 degree, 45 degree, and 30-degree angles in addition to straight lines.



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Wisconsin Oven Introduces IoT Technology for Performance Monitoring of Industrial Ovens

  East Troy, WI – June 30th, 2020 – Wisconsin Oven Corporation is pleased to announce a new IoT (Internet of things) predictive maintenance technology available on their industrial ovens. The new system will be supplied by DataSense Technologies™ and is capable of monitoring the performance and health of components on the ovens. Wisconsin Oven is dedicated to offering their customers the most advanced capabilities in the industry and believes that this IoT connectivity will be of great value to their customers.  The DataSense Technologies™ Performance Monitoring System utilizes sensors... Read More About This

Infrared Furnace For Composite Forming

Infrared Heating Technologies recently designed, manufactured, tested, shipped, and installed, several medium wave electric infrared stack furnaces for pre-heating and forming carbon composites for the manufacture of aerospace parts. The process consists of pre-heating carbon composite material blanks prior to press forming. Each furnace chamber includes medium wave quartz tube heaters for heating from below and above the composite blank. A stainless steel structure internal to the furnace hearth is included for supporting the composite blank between the upper and lower heating elements during the heat cycle.  ... Read More About This

Thermal Product Solutions Acquires Wisconsin Oven Corporation

Friday, March 13, 2015 Thermal Product Solutions (“TPS”) has acquired Wisconsin Oven Corporation, a leading American manufacturer of custom industrial ovens used for heat treating, finishing, drying, curing, manufacturing automation and process control. Wisconsin Oven offers products for the aerospace, automotive, composites, energy, finishing, military and pharmaceutical industries. TPS is a global leader in thermal processing products and test solutions with brands including BlueM, Gruenberg, Tenney, Lindberg, MPH and now Wisconsin Oven. Wisconsin Oven is located in East Troy, Wisconsin, southwest of Milwaukee and northwest of Chicago. Wisconsin... Read More About This