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New Gas Infrared Tower Oven For PTFE Coatings On Fiberglass

HAWTHORNE, N.J. — September 2013 — This Radiant Energy Systems' 21 ft. vertical electric and gas fired infrared tower oven is custom designed for drying, baking and sintering of PTFE coatings on fiberglass fabrics. A new, upgraded design for the gas burners is supplied. This new design eliminates the need for high temperature insulation. The heater's outer surfaces- edges and back, are cool to the touch. 

This more efficient oven system was engineered for a 65" woven fiberglass line. There are two 12" x 71" drying zones that combine electric infrared with air. The bake zone is 24" in direction of product travel. Two gas fired infrared burners are mounted in a staggered configuration with each heater opposite an insulated reflector panel. This design allows the product temperature to even out.

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Radiant Energy Systems' Electric and Gas Infrared Tower Oven for PTFE Coating of Fiberglass Webs 21' High X 30" Width x 80" Deep 

The sinter zone is 32" in direction of product travel and contains four staggered gas infrared heaters. These heaters are also mounted in a staggered configuration with each heater opposite an insulated reflector panel. 

Posted September 10, 2013

Source: Radiant Energy Systems

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