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INDUSTRIAL DRYING OVENS


Drying ovens are used across a range of industries and research laboratories for simple applications, such as drying and sterilizing glassware, to complex processes that require controlled heating and temperature uniformity such as bonding and curing.

Drying ovens generally operate from ambient heat to 538°C (1000°F.) Drying ovens may be designed for batch processing or with a conveyor for continuous processing.  Despatch Industries builds high performance drying ovens of multiple sizes, processing requirements and temperature capabilities to meet and exceed clients’ laboratory and production applications.

Despatch offers options for drying ovens that include HEPA filtration, inert atmosphere and Class A clean process capabilities. All drying ovens feature programmable controls and stainless steel interiors to prevent corrosion.


Despatch benchtop ovens and lab ovens

Large Capacity Walk-In Ovens

The 476 and 952 cubic foot capacity Despatch TAD/TFD walk-in ovens feature uniflow airflow to ensure uniform temperatures throughout the oven. This air moves horizontally and vertically through the work chamber making it the perfect solution for curing applications. Maximum temperature is 343°C (650°F). These ovens ship in just 6 weeks.

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LAC High Performance Benchtop Ovens

The LAC benchtop oven features horizontal recirculating airflow and exceptional temperature uniformity. The result is proven reliability in demanding production and laboratory applications, such as curing, drying, sterilizing, aging, and other process-critical procedures.

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LBB Forced Convection Benchtop Oven

The Despatch LBB forced convection benchtop oven features a combination of horizontal and vertical airflow that offers excellent temperature uniformity at a moderate price. It is recommended for a variety of laboratory and production applications including drying, curing, annealing and materials testing.

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LCC2-14 & LCD2-14 Clean Process

Despatch’s LCC/LCD2-14 Clean Process Cabinet Ovens are designed to meet the demands of production and large scale R&D environments. A variety of tailored options are available to meet your specific needs. Typical applications for these ovens include die-bond curing and other semiconductor packaging processes, depyrogenation, sterilizing and drying for life sciences.

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PC Series Conveyor Ovens

Despatch PC Series Conveyor Ovens are designed for process versatility and reliability. They achieve superior temperature uniformity in all interior parts due to high-volume, vertical down airflow. The continuous belt design is ideal for large quantities of similar work pieces being processed.

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RA and RF Cabinet Ovens

The RA/RF cabinet oven features horizontal recirculating airflow and exceptional temperature uniformity. The result is proven reliability in demanding production and laboratory applications, such as curing, drying, sterilizing, aging, ASTM testing, UL testing and other process-critical applications.

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TA and TF Walk-In Ovens and Truck-In Ovens

The TA and TF Walk-In Ovens and Truck-In Ovens are designed for industrial process versatility and dependability. Typical applications include aging, bonding, curing, drying, baking, heat treating, annealing and stress-relieving.

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LCC & LCD Clean Process Benchtop Oven

Despatch's LCC and LCD clean process benchtop ovens have a stainless steel interior and exterior, rugged, programmable process controls and provide a variety of tailored options for your specific needs. Typical applications for these ovens include die-bond curing and other semiconductor packaging processes, depyrogenation, sterilizing and drying for life sciences.

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When selecting the right drying oven, critical factors to consider are the heat-up, soak and cool-down times required within your application.

Heat-up rates
A drying oven should have the capability to heat the part or material to the desired temperature within a specific time. Even if the oven’s heating capability is sufficient, there are other factors that are just as important:

  • Thermal conductivity of the material
  • Size and shape of the material
  • Velocity and direction that the convected air impacts the material’s surface

Soak Times
Soak time is the amount of time that the material requires once it reaches the desired temperature for the desired length of time. For applications that require precise temperature controls, Despatch Industries offers drying ovens with programmable controls that do not start timing the soak cycle until a set point temperature, either within the product or within the oven chamber, has been reached.

Cool-down Times
Cool down is achieved when the heated air is exhausted out from the drying oven, replaced by cooler, ambient air. Programmable controls c

 
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