Fuel Fired Industrial Ovens
Industrial ovens are systems used to heat air in a chamber for the purpose of drying, thermal bonding, curing, heat setting and fusing materials for industries such as textile, pulp & paper, coating, printing, painting and many other. These systems can be electric, infra-red or fuel gas & oil fired. These systems typically consist of an insulated metal housing, one or more burners, high temperature re-circulating blowers, access doors, exhaust fan and control panel to monitor oven temperature and safety limits. Ovens can range in size from small platform mounted ovens to walk-in ovens. Oven operation can be batch or continuous process. Most industrial ovens are pre-assembled and factory calibrated to minimize installation cost and ensure uniform temperature throughout the oven.
Fuel trains for gas & oil fires ovens consist of UL, FM or CSA agency listed combination shutoff valve(s) with integral regulator for small systems while larger systems use discrete manual shutoff valves, pressure regulators and automatic fuel shutoff valves.