Wisconsin Oven ships conveyor oven for stress-relieving automotive parts

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This natural gas (direct) fired continuous duty conveyor oven has a maximum operating temperature of 650°F and a work zone of 2’2” W x 10’0” L x 1’0” H. (Courtesy: Wisconsin Oven)

Wisconsin Oven shipped one natural gas (direct) fired continuous duty conveyor oven to an American manufacturer. This oven will be used for stress-relieving steel snap rings used in automotive parts.

The oven has a maximum operating temperature of 650°F and a work zone of 2’2” W x 10’0” L x 1’0” H. Temperature uniformity of ±20°F at a set point of 550°F per the customer requirements was verified with a profile test to meet AIAG specification CQI-9.

This stress-relieving oven, when preheated, has sufficient capability to heat 350 pounds of steel parts per hour from 70°F to 550°F. Heated air will be delivered in a horizontal airflow configuration through a fully adjustable boxed duct (louvered openings are factory preset), located along the length and across the height of the work chamber.

“Wisconsin Oven has a long history of providing exceptional temperature uniformity. Our oven designs optimize airflow distribution and our experienced technicians are able to meet the most stringent industry specifications,” said Jeff Judd, sales engineer.

Features on this stress relieving conveyer oven include:

  • Programmable controller with fast acting auto-tune.
  • Temperature survey using three traveling thermocouples.
  • Flame detector and flame relay with alarm horn and red light.
  • MTR-3 balanced weave wire mesh belt; 304 stainless steel construction.
  • Variable frequency drive for conveyor speed control.
  • Load and unload extensions.

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