Manufacturer of Heating & Cleaning Technologies
Carts, manual pull overhead conveyor and forklift are all methods to get parts in and out.
Belt ovens convey through the oven chamber using a woven chain or teflon belt.
Chain-on-Edge ovens use a post supported from below to move parts through the oven.
Web ovens use a continuous flow of the material being processed as the conveyance method.
Gantry-style ovens place heaters on a gantry that can move over the part to be processed.
Monorail, enclosed track, I-Beam, power-and-free are all examples of overhead conveyor ovens.
Stress-relief in plastics is commonly done using infrared .
Boost and Gel are typically done with infrared to heat parts.
Curing is the result of a chemical reaction in a material.
Drying is the removal of water within or on the surface of a part.
Laminating is bonding at least two pieces of material together.
Preheating is rapidly raising the temperature of a product.
Ramp & Soak involves bringing a part to a designated temperature.
Sintering is using heat to melt a substance to coalesce it into a solid.
Thermal processing is application of heat to change characteristic.
Convection utilizes heated air to increase the temperature of a part.
Electric Infrared transfers heat through electrically generated radiation.
Gas Catalytic Infrared transfers heat catalyzed through a chemical reaction.
Gas-Cat™ Heaters produce infrared medium to long wavelength energy.
FS Series heaters generate electric medium wavelength infrared energy.
CB Series heaters generate electric long to medium wavelength infrared.
Halogen Heaters produce near infrared short wavelength energy.
Infraround heaters use 360 degree exposure medium wavelength infrared.
Carts, manual pull overhead conveyor and forklift are all methods.
Belt washers convey through the cleaning.
Turntable parts washers using patented robust drive technology.
High-pressure parts washers for hard to clean, cooked on grease and oils.
Monorail, enclosed track, I-Beam, power-and-free are examples of these washers.
Washers used to clean shipping pallets between uses.
For high volumes of small parts, the Parts Tumbler is a solution.
Tanks located beside the wash remotely are great for low ceiling height spaces.
Sheet washers are developed to clean an entire sheet or flat panel of product whole.
Washers to remove dirt, oils and contaminants for many industries.
Washers for pretreating metal prior to liquid or powder coating.
Quench washers to rapidly cool parts formed with a heating process.
Rust removal is crucial to maintaining a quality part.
Pressure is necessary when removing baked on, difficult soils. Many times, chemistry is not enough to clean these very dirty parts.
Immersion or dip cleaning is typically utilized in low production, batch processes. Agitation is generally employed with the chemistry.
This process employs the use of a pump and piping that transfers chemical solutions from a tank to a set of risers inside of the wash cabinet.
Ultrasonic cleaning utilizes sound waves to cavitate a wash solution which appears to create tiny bubbles within the wash solution.
The most cost-efficient entry into the finishing market is with a batch system.
Chain-on-edge or spindle conveyor systems utilize a chain on the floor with posts.
Taking the small footprint required for infrared heating to the extreme.
Utilizing only Infrared Heating within a system for processing, infrared.