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Weiss Technik North America, Inc. Datasheets for Ovens (industrial)

Industrial ovens are batch or continuous process enclosures or tunnels that are insulated and used for thermal processing. Ovens are lower temperature (usually < 1400° F) thermal processing units, usually without refractory insulation.
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VVT Vacuum ovens for drying processes in production and research Our vacuum drying ovens are tried and tested solutions for drying temperature-sensitiv e products and removing residual moisture from capillary...
Explosion-resistant heating and drying ovens are utilized in a variety of processes in manufacturing and thermal testing. Industries such as the chemical, pharmaceutical and electronics industries often require heating and...
Our industrial heating and curing ovens are designed to test the limits of products or components under various degrees of heat, and in some cases, drying. Reproducible results plus the...
The newly developed VHM HEPHAISTOS Heating and Drying Oven is an internationally patented system and characterized by a high field homogeneity. For the first time, the advantages of microwave technology...
The vötschtechnik® continuous conveyor ovens assist with your production process offering quality and reliability. The conveyor overs may be equipped with a wide variety of conveyor systems. It is particularly...
The VTF clean room heating and drying ovens are available in six sizes with workspace volumes between 60 liters and 3,125 liters and with nominal temperatures of 250 °C, 300...
The VTU series heating and drying ovens may be designed specifically for your for manufacturing process. These ovens are suitable to be used in the production of automotive engineering, aerospace...
These large heating chambers are customized and adjusted to production processes through the development of customer specific solutions. These large ovens have been used to apply heat and mold various...
Using infrared technology in ovens, energy can be transferred in the form of electromagnetic radiation without any direct contact or even a carrier medium (e.g., water, etc.). As a result,...