Ovens and Dryers


Ovens and dryers fall under the category of low-temperature equipment in our extensive product range.

Our ovens operate within the temperature range of 200° C to 650° C and are specifically designed to harden and cure a variety of materials. During these processes, volatile gases or fumes can be released, which we effectively manage using afterburners to ensure environmental compliance and safety.

Regarding dryers, their primary function is the removal of moisture, which is typically carried out at relatively low temperatures, often starting as low as 75° C and seldom exceeding 150° C. This temperature range is critical to prevent damage to sensitive materials. The drying process must be carefully controlled to avoid uneven drying, which can lead to significant losses in product quality and effectiveness, particularly noticeable when the materials undergo subsequent firing processes.

Additionally, we provide afterburners that can be integrated with both our ovens and kilns. These afterburners are crucial for handling exhaust gases safely and efficiently. For more detailed information on our afterburners or any other equipment, we encourage you to consult with a member of our team who can provide tailored advice based on your specific needs.

In addition to our standard offerings, we have implemented an innovative feature in our dryers that leverages heat recirculation, enhancing both efficiency and sustainability. This system captures and recycles clean, unused heat from our kilns. By reusing this heat, which would otherwise be wasted, we not only improve the energy efficiency of our dryers but also reduce the overall energy consumption and environmental impact of the process.

The heat recirculation system works by directing the residual heat from the kilns into the dryers, providing a reliable and consistent source of heat that is ideal for moisture removal at low temperatures. This process ensures that the dryers operate optimally, maintaining the necessary conditions for effective drying without the need for additional energy inputs. This integration not only aligns with environmental sustainability practices but also provides significant cost savings over time by reducing the energy demands of the drying process.

At our company, whether you are purchasing a kiln, furnace, oven, dryer, or an afterburner, you can expect the same high standards of reliability and performance. We pride ourselves on delivering equipment that is not only on time and within budget but also "proven in production," ensuring that you receive the best possible return on your investment.

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