Designed for drying, curing, baking or preheating, Batch Process Ovens from Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) feature excellent heat transfer technology in a compact design. The uni-flow air distribution system circulates heated air on both sides of the industrial oven for a balanced, uniform temperature throughout the oven, resulting in a quality finish for your products.
GFS’ Batch Process Oven comes standard with the INSIGHT control panel. This PLC-based control system continuously monitors all systems for safety and function. The simplistic setup and operation screens, along with built-in help screens, provide the operator with the current status of the oven.
The remote operator station comes standard with a pre-wired cable assembly for fast, easy wiring between the operator and the control panel.
Uni-Flow Air Distribution
The uni-flow air distribution system with adjustable air distribution tabs circulates heated air on both sides of the oven for a balanced, uniform temperature throughout.
Heavy-Duty, Insulated Panels
GFS manufactures our oven panels to ensure quality. Each oven panel is constructed of 20-gauge aluminized steel with 4 inches of 4-pound mineral wool batt for heat retention. Each oven panel has tongue-and-groove edges with 20-gauge slotted channels for precise assembly.
Support structure consists of 12-gauge formed steel with trouble-free bolt together assembly
Equipped for natural gas or propane
Top- or rear-mounted heat chamber
Standard temperature range is 300 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
Gas supply pressure from 2 PSIG to 5 PSIG
Airflow switches and interlocks
GFS ovens can be customized to meet your unique specifications. The following options can be added to a Batch Process Oven:
Sheet metal or insulated floor
Exhaust duct components
Oven cart or truck tracks
Door limit switches
White pre-coated panels
6-pound mineral wool batt for heat retention
Batch Process Ovens from GFS meets NFPA 86 standards. GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.