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NEW, pro lucts black chrome plating for their system components may contact MISUMI for application engineering assistance. All the products currently offered with low-temp, black chrome plating are detailed in the new 2008 MISUMI cat- alogs, now available at the company website, www.misumiusa.com, for order or review online. Circle 410 on reader service card OVENS Wisconsin Oven has designed and manufactured an electrically heated, two-zone, top-flow conveyor oven with cool down to temper heavy equipment transmission compo- nents at 300 ° F. The oven has a 10'4" wide x 34' long x 2'0" high chamber rated for 700°F maximum. The equipment features a slat-type conveyor, rated for 10,000 pounds per hour, with 4" wide x 1/2" thick carbon steel slats and nine strands of 6" pitch conveyor chain to carry the load. An Allen-Bradley Powerflex variable frequency drive provides conveyor speed adjustability from 0.1 to 0.4 FPM for the 3-HP motor. E-stop buttons are located at each end of the conveyor. The conveyor monitoring system includes proof- of-conveyor tail shaft rotation to sound an alarm in the event the con- veyor belt does not move. Part sen- sors are mounted at the exit end to warn of parts approaching the end and to stop the conveyor in the event a part reaches the end. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another application, e-mail Gary Hanson at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com. Wisconsin Oven has also designed and manufactured an electrically heated standard draw batch series oven for tempering railcar parts and one traveling loader that utilized a pusher/extractor mechanism for loading and unloading parts on alloy trays. The equipment was rated for a 3,600 pound gross load and designed to accept a 3' wide x 2'6" high x 4' long customer-supplied basket. The oven was rated for a maximum oper- ating temperature of 1,250°F. The oven heating system features incoloy-sheathed heating elements, rated for 60-kW heat input with solid- state relay power control. The oven recirculating system provides combi- nation air flow with a 4,600 cfm at 7 1/2-HP blower. The traveling loader features a chain-driven pusher extrac- tor with a 3-HP AC motor and shear pin torque limiting: the car drive fea- tures a 3~-HP reversible AC motor and was supplied with flanged wheels that rode on the customer's #4040 rails in the floor of their facility. The furnace hearth featured HK 310 cast alloy wheel rails with a chain guide and hearth bridge. The traveling loader utilized carbon steel wheel rails. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com. Wisconsin Oven also designed and manufactured two electrically heated ! ! i!ii!ii!!! Mocu p Strippable Plating Mask Kit Clean, sharp, distinct stop off lines. Kit with I quart pot and 5 Ibs. of Thermo-Cote N-4 strippable coating. Cools fast to give you perfect mask. Non-Contaminat- ing. Peel off and remelt for reuse.Write for details and pri.... ~ ' ~ C 6 Park Drive"P.O. Box365 ' Franklin, NJ 07416 Tel: 973-209-6210° Fax:973-209-6435 Circle 059 on reader information card or go to www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers conveyor ovens to perform hydrogen embrittlement relief on locking wheel lugs at a maximum production rate of 1,600 pounds of parts per hour for each oven. Each oven has a 4'2" wide x 31' long × 9" high heating chamber and a 500°F maximum operating temperature. The equipment is con- structed with 4"-thick tongue-and- groove panel assemblies and alu- minized steel interior and ductwork. Three access doors were provided on one side of each oven. The ovens are located side by side in the customer's facility and were designed to accom- modate a width restriction of 13 ~ total for both ovens. The heating system features incoloy-sheathed elements, and each oven is rated at 144 kW, with SCR power control. The recirculation sys- tem provides bottom-up airflow that utilizes a special duct design to ensure all the supply air passes through the very dense load of parts. The recircu- lation blowers utilize high pressure to also aid in forcing air through the densely loaded parts; each oven is rated for 30,000 cfm at 30 HP. For fur- ther details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com. Circle 411 on reader service card Circle 054 on reader information card or go to www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers www.meta[finishino.com April 2008 1metaifinishing 189 NEW, pro lucts black chrome plating for their system components may contact MISUMI for application engineering assistance. All the products currently offered with low-temp, black chrome plating are detailed in the new 2008 MISUMI cat- alogs, now available at the company website, www.misumiusa.com, for order or review online. Circle 410 on reader service card OVENS Wisconsin Oven has designed and manufactured an electrically heated, two-zone, top-flow conveyor oven with cool down to temper heavy equipment transmission compo- nents at 300 ° F. The oven has a 10'4" wide x 34' long x 2'0" high chamber rated for 700°F maximum. The equipment features a slat-type conveyor, rated for 10,000 pounds per hour, with 4" wide x 1/2" thick carbon steel slats and nine strands of 6" pitch conveyor chain to carry the load. An Allen-Bradley Powerflex variable frequency drive provides conveyor speed adjustability from 0.1 to 0.4 FPM for the 3-HP motor. E-stop buttons are located at each end of the conveyor. The conveyor monitoring system includes proof- of-conveyor tail shaft rotation to sound an alarm in the event the con- veyor belt does not move. Part sen- sors are mounted at the exit end to warn of parts approaching the end and to stop the conveyor in the event a part reaches the end. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another application, e-mail Gary Hanson at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com. Wisconsin Oven has also designed and manufactured an electrically heated standard draw batch series oven for tempering railcar parts and one traveling loader that utilized a pusher/extractor mechanism for loading and unloading parts on alloy trays. The equipment was rated for a 3,600 pound gross load and designed to accept a 3' wide x 2'6" high x 4' long customer-supplied basket. The oven was rated for a maximum oper- ating temperature of 1,250°F. The oven heating system features incoloy-sheathed heating elements, rated for 60-kW heat input with solid- state relay power control. The oven recirculating system provides combi- nation air flow with a 4,600 cfm at 7 1/2-HP blower. The traveling loader features a chain-driven pusher extrac- tor with a 3-HP AC motor and shear pin torque limiting: the car drive fea- tures a 3~-HP reversible AC motor and was supplied with flanged wheels that rode on the customer's #4040 rails in the floor of their facility. The furnace hearth featured HK 310 cast alloy wheel rails with a chain guide and hearth bridge. The traveling loader utilized carbon steel wheel rails. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com. Wisconsin Oven also designed and manufactured two electrically heated ! ! i!ii!ii!!! Mocu p Strippable Plating Mask Kit Clean, sharp, distinct stop off lines. Kit with I quart pot and 5 Ibs. of Thermo-Cote N-4 strippable coating. Cools fast to give you perfect mask. Non-Contaminat- ing. Peel off and remelt for reuse.Write for details and pri.... ~ ' ~ C 6 Park Drive"P.O. Box365 ' Franklin, NJ 07416 Tel: 973-209-6210° Fax:973-209-6435 Circle 059 on reader information card or go to www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers conveyor ovens to perform hydrogen embrittlement relief on locking wheel lugs at a maximum production rate of 1,600 pounds of parts per hour for each oven. Each oven has a 4'2" wide x 31' long × 9" high heating chamber and a 500°F maximum operating temperature. The equipment is con- structed with 4"-thick tongue-and- groove panel assemblies and alu- minized steel interior and ductwork. Three access doors were provided on one side of each oven. The ovens are located side by side in the customer's facility and were designed to accom- modate a width restriction of 13 ~ total for both ovens. The heating system features incoloy-sheathed elements, and each oven is rated at 144 kW, with SCR power control. The recirculation sys- tem provides bottom-up airflow that utilizes a special duct design to ensure all the supply air passes through the very dense load of parts. The recircu- lation blowers utilize high pressure to also aid in forcing air through the densely loaded parts; each oven is rated for 30,000 cfm at 30 HP. For fur- ther details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com. Circle 411 on reader service card Circle 054 on reader information card or go to www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers www.meta[finishino.com April 2008 1metaifinishing 189

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Page 1: Ovens

NEW, pro lucts

black chrome plating for their system components may contact MISUMI for application engineering assistance. All the products currently offered with low-temp, black chrome plating are detailed in the new 2008 MISUMI cat- alogs, now available at the company website, www.misumiusa.com, for order or review online.

Circle 410 on reader service card

OVENS Wisconsin Oven has designed and manufactured an electrically heated, two-zone, top-flow conveyor oven with cool down to temper heavy equipment transmission compo- nents at 300 ° F. The oven has a 10'4" wide x 34' long x 2'0" high chamber rated for 700°F maximum.

The equipment features a slat-type conveyor, rated for 10,000 pounds per hour, with 4" wide x 1/2" thick carbon steel slats and nine strands of 6" pitch conveyor chain to carry the load. An Allen-Bradley Powerflex variable frequency drive provides conveyor speed adjustability from 0.1 to 0.4 FPM for the 3-HP motor. E-stop buttons are located at each end of the conveyor. The conveyor monitoring system includes proof- of-conveyor tail shaft rotation to sound an alarm in the event the con- veyor belt does not move. Part sen- sors are mounted at the exit end to warn of parts approaching the end and to stop the conveyor in the event a part reaches the end. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another application, e-mail Gary Hanson at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com.

Wisconsin Oven has also designed and manufactured an electrically heated standard draw batch series oven for tempering railcar parts and one traveling loader that utilized a pusher/extractor mechanism for loading and unloading parts on alloy trays. The equipment was rated for a 3,600 pound gross load and designed to accept a 3' wide x 2'6" high x 4' long customer-supplied basket. The

oven was rated for a maximum oper- ating temperature of 1,250°F.

The oven heating system features incoloy-sheathed heating elements, rated for 60-kW heat input with solid- state relay power control. The oven recirculating system provides combi- nation air flow with a 4,600 cfm at 7 1/2-HP blower. The traveling loader features a chain-driven pusher extrac- tor with a 3-HP AC motor and shear pin torque limiting: the car drive fea- tures a 3~-HP reversible AC motor and was supplied with flanged wheels that rode on the customer's #4040 rails in the floor of their facility. The furnace hearth featured HK 310 cast alloy wheel rails with a chain guide and hearth bridge. The traveling loader utilized carbon steel wheel rails. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com.

Wisconsin Oven also designed and manufactured two electrically heated

! ! i!ii!ii!! !

Mocu p Strippable Plating Mask Kit

Clean, sharp, distinct stop off lines. Kit with I quart pot and 5 Ibs. of Thermo-Cote N-4 strippable coating. Cools fast to give you perfect mask. Non-Contaminat- ing. Peel of f and remelt for reuse. Write for details and

pri .... ~ ' ~ C

6 Park Drive" P.O. Box 365 ' Franklin, NJ 07416 Tel: 973-209-6210 ° Fax: 973-209-6435

Circle 059 on reader information card or go t o www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers

conveyor ovens to perform hydrogen embrittlement relief on locking wheel lugs at a maximum production rate of 1,600 pounds of parts per hour for each oven. Each oven has a 4'2" wide x 31' long × 9" high heating chamber and a 500°F maximum operating temperature. The equipment is con- structed with 4"-thick tongue-and- groove panel assemblies and alu- minized steel interior and ductwork. Three access doors were provided on one side of each oven. The ovens are located side by side in the customer's facility and were designed to accom- modate a width restriction of 13 ~ total for both ovens.

The heating system features incoloy-sheathed elements, and each oven is rated at 144 kW, with SCR power control. The recirculation sys- tem provides bottom-up airflow that utilizes a special duct design to ensure all the supply air passes through the very dense load of parts. The recircu- lation blowers utilize high pressure to also aid in forcing air through the densely loaded parts; each oven is rated for 30,000 cfm at 30 HP. For fur- ther details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com.

Circle 4 1 1 on reader service card

Circle 054 on reader information card or go to www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers

www.meta[finishino.com April 2008 1 metaifinishing 189

NEW, pro lucts

black chrome plating for their system components may contact MISUMI for application engineering assistance. All the products currently offered with low-temp, black chrome plating are detailed in the new 2008 MISUMI cat- alogs, now available at the company website, www.misumiusa.com, for order or review online.

Circle 410 on reader service card

OVENS Wisconsin Oven has designed and manufactured an electrically heated, two-zone, top-flow conveyor oven with cool down to temper heavy equipment transmission compo- nents at 300 ° F. The oven has a 10'4" wide x 34' long x 2'0" high chamber rated for 700°F maximum.

The equipment features a slat-type conveyor, rated for 10,000 pounds per hour, with 4" wide x 1/2" thick carbon steel slats and nine strands of 6" pitch conveyor chain to carry the load. An Allen-Bradley Powerflex variable frequency drive provides conveyor speed adjustability from 0.1 to 0.4 FPM for the 3-HP motor. E-stop buttons are located at each end of the conveyor. The conveyor monitoring system includes proof- of-conveyor tail shaft rotation to sound an alarm in the event the con- veyor belt does not move. Part sen- sors are mounted at the exit end to warn of parts approaching the end and to stop the conveyor in the event a part reaches the end. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another application, e-mail Gary Hanson at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com.

Wisconsin Oven has also designed and manufactured an electrically heated standard draw batch series oven for tempering railcar parts and one traveling loader that utilized a pusher/extractor mechanism for loading and unloading parts on alloy trays. The equipment was rated for a 3,600 pound gross load and designed to accept a 3' wide x 2'6" high x 4' long customer-supplied basket. The

oven was rated for a maximum oper- ating temperature of 1,250°F.

The oven heating system features incoloy-sheathed heating elements, rated for 60-kW heat input with solid- state relay power control. The oven recirculating system provides combi- nation air flow with a 4,600 cfm at 7 1/2-HP blower. The traveling loader features a chain-driven pusher extrac- tor with a 3-HP AC motor and shear pin torque limiting: the car drive fea- tures a 3~-HP reversible AC motor and was supplied with flanged wheels that rode on the customer's #4040 rails in the floor of their facility. The furnace hearth featured HK 310 cast alloy wheel rails with a chain guide and hearth bridge. The traveling loader utilized carbon steel wheel rails. For further details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com.

Wisconsin Oven also designed and manufactured two electrically heated

! ! i!ii!ii!! !

Mocu p Strippable Plating Mask Kit

Clean, sharp, distinct stop off lines. Kit with I quart pot and 5 Ibs. of Thermo-Cote N-4 strippable coating. Cools fast to give you perfect mask. Non-Contaminat- ing. Peel of f and remelt for reuse. Write for details and

pri .... ~ ' ~ C

6 Park Drive" P.O. Box 365 ' Franklin, NJ 07416 Tel: 973-209-6210 ° Fax: 973-209-6435

Circle 059 on reader information card or go t o www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers

conveyor ovens to perform hydrogen embrittlement relief on locking wheel lugs at a maximum production rate of 1,600 pounds of parts per hour for each oven. Each oven has a 4'2" wide x 31' long × 9" high heating chamber and a 500°F maximum operating temperature. The equipment is con- structed with 4"-thick tongue-and- groove panel assemblies and alu- minized steel interior and ductwork. Three access doors were provided on one side of each oven. The ovens are located side by side in the customer's facility and were designed to accom- modate a width restriction of 13 ~ total for both ovens.

The heating system features incoloy-sheathed elements, and each oven is rated at 144 kW, with SCR power control. The recirculation sys- tem provides bottom-up airflow that utilizes a special duct design to ensure all the supply air passes through the very dense load of parts. The recircu- lation blowers utilize high pressure to also aid in forcing air through the densely loaded parts; each oven is rated for 30,000 cfm at 30 HP. For fur- ther details on this equipment, or if you would like to work with Wisconsin Oven on another applica- tion, e-mail Doug Christiansen at [email protected] or visit www.wisoven.com.

Circle 4 1 1 on reader service card

Circle 054 on reader information card or go to www.metalfinishing.com/advertisers

www.meta[finishino.com April 2008 1 metaifinishing 189