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Custom Engineered Oven for A Major Aircraft Parts Manufacturer

- Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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This customer required vacuum composite curing of aircraft parts at a maximum temperature of 500°F. The oven is specified to be NFPA 86 Class A and is installed indoors in an industrial manufacturing environment.

Key customer specifications include:

  • Heating Medium: Natural Gas
  • Capacity: (4) zones at 700,000 BTU's each
  • Workspace Volume: 1,120 cubic feet per zone
  • Center Guillotine Doors divide the chamber
  • Automatic, actuated safety pins help protect against door failure
  • Construction: 20 gauge aluminized steel with 12 gauge carbon steel, plate floor
  • (48) ½” NPT vacuum ports with automatic solenoid valves and dial-type gauges on main headers
  • Variable vacuum pressure
  • Desktop PC, touchscreen control center provides the operator with all control of oven functions and data logging from the PC.