- Drying Ovens
A drying oven is a device for applying low heat over a long time to a variety of objects for a variety of purposes. Some kitchen ovens come with an option for one. This allows an appliance primarily for cooking to be used for drying flowers, as well as food dehydration to extend shelf life. A dedicated drying oven is often used in the food industry to create snacks such as pretzels, bagel crisps, crackers, extruded corn products, and chips.
- Curing Ovens
The final step in the paint process is curing. The cure oven raises the product mass and coated material to a specified temperature and holds this temperature for a set time. Typically, 25 to 35 min at a set temperature is needed to achieve a minimum curing temperature for 20 minutes.
- Industrial Ovens
Industrial ovens may be used for a broad variety of applications. These include powder coating, drying, baking, curing, and many others. These ovens have a wide range in temperatures that they are capable of reaching.