Our chamber ovens are widely used in the most diverse industrial applications.
For more than 60 years, the chamber oven has been our top-selling product - enough time to perfect each and every detail of this high-runner. Our mature “original” is characterized by two special features: A chamber oven made of indestructible steel to consistently deliver homogeneous and replicable temperature profiles. An inside layout including frames and trolleys that are tailored to individual production requirements.
Top-loading ovens are used as an alternative whenever a chamber oven with top-loading option is required, e.g. industrial drying oven. For these types of ovens, the door opens upwards like a chest lid, either manually or automatically depending on the door’s size and weight. In case of manual opening, counterweights facilitate the lifting. Upon request, rotating systems can be integrated to ensure perfect tempering.
Our custom ovens are built to meet your needs. Here’s some of our favourite designs:
Oven for production of fibre composites
Silicone tempering oven
Impregnating resin dryer
…and many other ovens for heat treatment of plastics, fibre composites, metals, adhesives, coatings, seals, and more.
Hardening & tempering
Through controlled cooling after heat treatments, the rigidity and mechanical resistance of metal components meant for plastic deformation can be increased. This is referred to as hardening. Our ovens are used after hardening and during tempering of FE materials, or for remuneration of non-ferrous metals.
Paint drying & powder drying
Our paint-drying ovens’ special construction allows for drying of paint, sizing varnish, impregnating resin and power coating. During this heat treatment, the evaporation of different substances can result in the formation of flammable mixtures, which is why we strictly manufacture in accordance with DIN 1539 specifications.
Tempering & annealing
During tempering, the batch is exposed to heat over an extended period of time in order to reduce mechanical tension in either glass, plastic or welded components. Further, tempering allows for the alteration of the material’s microstructure, e.g. heat treatment of aluminium alloys.
Exposing an object to a defined temperature profile results in the activation of its microstructure and material properties. Any process that features a temperature profile or combines several heat cycles is referred to as heat treatment.