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Curing and Drying Ovens Industrial Heating and Finishing Co. Pelham, Ala. Industrial Heating and Finishing Co. offers a com• plete line of equipment including dry-off ovens. cur• ing ovens, 3-D or flatline UV curing systems. gas or electric infrared ovens, high-mass ovens, drying rooms for investment castings, drying and/or aging ovens for foam, and core-wash drying ovens. Circle 158 on reader information card Large Industrial Ovens Wisconsin Oven Corp. E. Troy, Wis. Wisconsin Oven Corp. offers the patented W-Wall design for large industrial ovens. The benefits of the W- Wall oven include exterior installations in any cli• mate, the elimination of shell maintenance, enhanced shell and oven life, and improved uniformity and energy conservation. The oven utilizes steel building compo• nents in a patented design with allowances for thermal expansion. Circle 159 on reader Information card Elevated Ovens Belco Industries Inc. Belding, Mich. Belco's elevated ovens save valuable floor space by using heavy structural supports that allow fewer col• umns to the floor. They are used for the best possible heat retention, which is caused by the natural air seal from rising heat. Belco offers roof, floor, and elevated ovens for moisture drying and curing. Circle 160 on reader information card 20 Heat Cleaning Ovens Guspro Inc. Chatham, Ont. New sizes of Guspro GO-Series heat cleaning ovens are designed to clean electrostatic coating line compo• nents, hooks, baskets. trays, trees, line fixtures, racks. grates, hangers, and reject parts for powder coating operations. The heat source of the GO-Series ovens is in the refractory firebox under the load cart. protecting the parts from temperature distortion. Fast cleaning cycles assure increased productivity. A rapid-response, heavy• duty thermal oxidizer bums off hydrocarbon emissions, smoke. and odor. These ovens save labor and eliminate chemicals, solving most waste disposal and liability problems of powder coaters. Circle 161 on reader information card Electric Rotary Hearth Oven Grieve Corp. Round Lake, /II. Grieve Corp. introduces No. 815, a 500°F electric rotary hearth oven, currently in use for preheating gears. Work• space dimensions inside this unit measure 76 X 76 X 24 in. high. A 72-in. diameter rotary hearth is constructed from angle rings with 90 slots I Yx X 7Yx X 3% in .. which hold the workpieces on edge while processing. The hearth is driven by a I.!.l-hp motor through a gear reducer with torque-limiting device. The hearth indexes one position each time the loading door is opened and closed. Two 2JX)() cfm. 2-hp recirculating blowers provide a vertical downward airflow over the workload. The oven features special safety equipment for handling flammable solvents including a manual reset excess temperature controller, separate heating element control contactors. a 3.215-cfm• powered exhauster, and purge timer. Circle 162 on reader Information card Radiant Convection Ovens Advanced Curing Systems Inc. Chicago ACSI designs, manufactures. and installs both con• veyorized and batch ovens. The company specializes in gas-fired radiant and convection ovens. which combine radiant and convection heat to provide fast and efficient curing of powder coatings. paints. inks, and adhesives. Circle 163 on reader information card METAL FINISHING DECEMBER 1998

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Curing and Drying OvensIndustrial Heating and Finishing Co.Pelham, Ala.

Industrial Heating and Finishing Co. offers a com•plete line of equipment including dry-off ovens. cur•ing ovens, 3-D or flatline UV curing systems. gas orelectric infrared ovens, high-mass ovens, dryingrooms for investment castings, drying and/or agingovens for foam, and core-wash drying ovens.

Circle 158 on reader information card

Large Industrial OvensWisconsin Oven Corp.E. Troy, Wis.

Wisconsin Oven Corp. offers the patented W-Walldesign for large industrial ovens. The benefits of theW-Wall oven include exterior installations in any cli•mate, the elimination of shell maintenance, enhancedshell and oven life, and improved uniformity and energyconservation. The oven utilizes steel building compo•nents in a patented design with allowances for thermalexpansion.

Circle 159 on reader Information card

Elevated OvensBelco Industries Inc.Belding, Mich.

Belco's elevated ovens save valuable floor space byusing heavy structural supports that allow fewer col•umns to the floor. They are used for the best possibleheat retention, which is caused by the natural air sealfrom rising heat. Belco offers roof, floor, and elevatedovens for moisture drying and curing.

Circle 160 on reader information card

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Heat Cleaning OvensGuspro Inc.Chatham, Ont.

New sizes of Guspro GO-Series heat cleaning ovensare designed to clean electrostatic coating line compo•nents, hooks, baskets. trays, trees, line fixtures, racks.grates, hangers, and reject parts for powder coatingoperations. The heat source of the GO-Series ovens is inthe refractory firebox under the load cart. protecting theparts from temperature distortion. Fast cleaning cyclesassure increased productivity. A rapid-response, heavy•duty thermal oxidizer bums off hydrocarbon emissions,smoke. and odor. These ovens save labor and eliminatechemicals, solving most waste disposal and liabilityproblems of powder coaters.

Circle 161 on reader information card

Electric Rotary Hearth OvenGrieve Corp.Round Lake, /II.

Grieve Corp. introduces No. 815, a 500°F electric rotaryhearth oven, currently in use for preheating gears. Work•space dimensions inside this unit measure 76 X 76 X 24 in.high. A 72-in. diameter rotary hearth is constructed fromangle rings with 90 slots IYx X 7Yx X 3% in.. which holdthe workpieces on edge while processing. The hearth isdriven by a I.!.l-hp motor through a gear reducer withtorque-limiting device. The hearth indexes one positioneach time the loading door is opened and closed. Two2JX)() cfm. 2-hp recirculating blowers provide a verticaldownward airflow over the workload. The oven featuresspecial safety equipment for handling flammable solventsincluding a manual reset excess temperature controller,separate heating element control contactors. a 3.215-cfm•powered exhauster, and purge timer.

Circle 162 on reader Information card

Radiant Convection OvensAdvanced Curing Systems Inc.Chicago

ACSI designs, manufactures. and installs both con•veyorized and batch ovens. The company specializes ingas-fired radiant and convection ovens. which combineradiant and convection heat to provide fast and efficientcuring of powder coatings. paints. inks, and adhesives.

Circle 163 on reader information card

METAL FINISHING • DECEMBER 1998