Wisconsin Oven ships five standard draw batch ovens

The standard draw batch ovens (SDB ovens) will be used for stress relieving and have maximum oven operating temperatures of 1,250° F. (Courtesy: Wisconsin Oven)

Wisconsin Oven Corporation has shipped five electrically heated standard draw batch series ovens to East Carolina Metal Treating in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The standard draw batch ovens (SDB ovens) will be used for stress relieving and have maximum oven operating temperatures of 1,250° F. The basket dimensions of each oven are 2 feet wide x 3 feet long x 2 feet high. Guaranteed temperature uniformity of ±10°F at set points 300°F, 750°F, and 1,250°F was documented with a nine-point temperature uniformity survey in empty oven chambers under static operating conditions.

Wisconsin Oven’s heat-treat ovens and tempering furnaces (SDB Series) come in ten standard sizes and are available as either gas-fired or electrically heated in four temperature ranges. The SDB series features heavy-duty furnace construction, including a plate steel outer shell, a reinforced steel plate oven front, a lined inner shell, and exterior structural reinforcements as required.

“East Carolina Metal Treating has been incredible to work with, and we look forward to working with them for many years to come. ECMT even filmed the installation process for these five batch ovens, and the time lapse video is available to watch on both the WOC and ECMT Facebook pages,” said Mark Schahczinski, sales engineer

Unique features of each draw batch oven include:

  • Temperature uniformity of ±10°F at 300°F, 750°F, and 1,250°F.
  • 3,600 CFM @ 3 HP recirculation system.
  • 36 kW heating system with SSR control.
  • One vertical lift, pneumatically operated door.
  • Digital UPC Protherm 470 process controller.
  • Digital Eurotherm 3204 oven high limit controller.

These standard draw batch ovens were fully factory tested and adjusted prior to shipment. All safety interlocks were checked for proper operation and the equipment was operated at the normal and maximum operating temperatures. An extensive quality assurance check list was completed to ensure the equipment met all Wisconsin Oven quality standards.

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