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Box Ovens

The box oven, or spraying oven, is a type of industrial oven that is typically used for curing powder coating or spray painting. These units come in a variety of sizes and can be customised to meet the needs of any business.

Box ovens are manufactured for convenience in the workspace – typically, they’ll have a front-loading door and an optional internal conveyor system that helps to move the product into the oven.

At Ultrimax, we have the spraying oven to suit your business, and your specific project. And because the spray booth oven is a specific piece of specialist equipment designed for a myriad of purposes, we’re poised to help you find the right one for your project.

Let’s have a closer look at the spraying oven, its industrial application, and how to find the right one for your business.

 

What are box ovens and what are they used for?

A spraying oven, defined, is an enclosed piece of industrial, specialised equipment, that’s used for the curing of custom-fabricated items. The type of item, and size, will usually influence the spraying oven and the components therein. Each unit is equipped with an exhaust system to safely dispel fumes, evaporated chemicals and particles.

When choosing a box oven, it is important to consider the specific needs of your business – this will dictate the features of your spraying oven. These features, although seemingly quite trivial at first, are particularly important, because each is a component that will contribute to the unit’s overall performance, as a highly specialised piece of equipment in your business.

 

The primary benefit of an industrial box oven

The primary benefit of an industrial box oven lies in economies of scale.

Through the use of a uni-flow air distribution system, box ovens are able to distribute heated air on both sides of the unit. This is essentially heat transfer technology, or a highly efficient use of heat. The advantage to this system is two-fold – heat efficiency means energy saving and cost saving. The proportionate increase in the level of productivity is the result, with a guaranteed higher output of complete painted and dried units in a production cycle. It’s simply a win-win.

 

Where to buy box ovens

Look no further than Ultrimax, and our comprehensive range of options in powder coating ovens for sale, to suit any and every business need and project scope.

We can give you the spraying oven that’ll become a vital cog in your coating division, and at the budget to suit your business, and with all of the above considerations in place. We can offer complete fit out packages, with industrial box ovens designed to meet all health and safety ordinances and with detailed maintenance plans included, to ensure yours lasts a lifetime. We can quote for supply only or supply and install.

Call 01302 856666 or email sales@ultrimaxcoatings.co.uk

FAQ

 

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to heat up a box oven?

Typically, box ovens take 25 to 35 minutes at a set temperature to reach optimum curing status.

 

How hot do box ovens get?

A box oven usually heats up to about 180 to 200 degrees Celsius.

 

How does a box oven help improve the quality of the paint finish?

Through the use of a uni-flow air distribution system, box ovens are able to distribute heated air on both sides of the unit. This is essentially heat transfer technology, or a highly efficient use of heat. The advantage to this system is two-fold – heat efficiency means energy saving and cost saving.

 

What are the most common mistakes people make when using a box oven?

Apart from not sticking to an established maintenance plan, one of the most common mistakes when using an oven - often leading to failures of several components - is restricting the airflow. This effectively changes the temperature profile of the oven, which leads to overheating and often costly break downs. Care must always be taken to check ventilation, inspect the oven chamber, and ensure the duct work is functioning.

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