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One example of a curing process done in a curing oven is powder coating, which is a kind of curing, is the process of applying a powdered thermoplastic resin to a surface by means of static electricity. When exposed to heat in a curing oven, the powder gels and forms a protective layer on a product’s surface. Read More…

Curing Ovens Curing ovens are thermal processing machines that use heat to cause a chemical reaction in a product. They are used to harden a wide range of products; many metals, plastics and rubber products are cured in order to improve their qualities in some way. Applications for curing ovens are mainly limited to the manufacturing industry, though within that context there are many uses for and varieties of curing ovens.
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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, and more.

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The GRIEVE CORPORATION $$$

Newtown, PA  |  866-473-8724

Carbolite Gero is a leading manufacturer of high temperature furnaces and ovens from 30°C to 3000°C with a focus on vacuum and special atmosphere technology. With more than 100 years of experience in thermal engineering our products are used in research laboratories, pilot plants and manufacturing sites worldwide.

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Carbolite Gero Limited $$$

Mishawaka, IN  |  574-257-0099

MFS offers superior dry off industrial ovens & curing ovens for all your powder coating needs. Our modular oven design means quick install & start up. As a manufacturer of highly energy efficient ovens, we customize design, engineering, fabrication & installation to maximize your production potential. Dedicated to meeting your needs, we can do complete coating, curing, washing & dry off systems.

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Midwest Finishing Systems, Inc. $$$

High Point, NC  |  336-886-7161

Production Systems’ design and engineering team will work with our customers and coating suppliers to find the optimal oven design for your specific finishing requirements. Based upon coating properties our skilled team will make sure proper air circulation, ventilation exhaust, air seal, combustion equipment, safety control, temperature control, and electrical control are provided.

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Production Systems, Inc. $$$

Trout Run, PA  |  570-995-5025

We make top-of-the-line industrial ovens for top-of-the-line customers! Here at JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces, we guarantee success with all of our products!

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JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces $$$

Belding, MI  |  616-794-0410

Belco Industries is a leading supplier of high-quality finishing systems, including industrial ovens: batch ovens, moisture drying ovens, infrared preheat, dewatering, E-coat cure ovens, powder coat cure ovens, paint bake ovens and more. Call today for more information!

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Belco Industries, Inc. $$$
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Furniture, automotive, marine, aerospace and many other industries use powder coating as a curative process for protecting and enhancing the appearance of product components. Curing ovens can also be used for preheating, drying and curing various parts and coatings in addition to powder coating.

Vulcanization, or rubber curing, requires the application of heat and chemicals in order to strengthen rubber products and is performed in curing ovens. Other processes that make use of curing ovens include metal finishing, sintering, baking and temperature testing.

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Despite the extensive variety of materials that are cured in industrial contexts, the curing behavior of most materials is nearly identical. In resin materials, the goal of curing is the cross linking of polymer chains, which results in improved strength qualities. This is achieved by adding heat, and in some cases, chemical additives.

In metals, if oxidization (degradation of surfaces because of unwanted exposure to oxygen) can be prevented, strength and durability can be improved by heat curing. Specially designed vacuum ovens are designed to allow for curing under strictly controlled chemical and atmospheric conditions when oxidization must be avoided. Curing ovens are built with steel frames and steel insulated panels as well as heating elements.

The ovens can be powered by natural gas or electricity and can be designed as batch ovens or, less frequently, conveyor ovens. Manufacturers often custom-design curing ovens to meet certain industry-specific applications. Specialized curative methods exist for improving the qualities of paint and carbon fiber material, and UV exposure was discovered as a curative for some products relatively recently.

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