Continuous Process Oven

Efficient Heat Transfer Oven for High-Production Finishing Systems

Continuous Process Oven

Continuous Process Oven

For High-Production Systems

Designed as part of a finishing system, Continuous Process Ovens from Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) provide a safe, efficient finishing environment for a variety of heat applications — including paint drying, powder curing, e-coat curing, drying and heat treating. These modular, factory-built, convection ovens are custom designed and engineered to move products through the heat zone using a variety of transport systems. Heated with gas, fuel, oil or electricity, GFS Continuous Process Ovens operate at temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

Features

 

STANDARD Features

Burner
Burner Box
Control Panel (NEMA 12)
Combustion Safeguards
Exhaust Fan(s)
Ignition System
Interior Aluminized Duct (16-gauge)
Insulated Aluminized Panels (20-gauge)
Prime & Finish Paint
Recirculating Blower(s)
Structural Modular Steel Framing
Temperature Control Instruments

Code Compliance

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.

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ETL C logo
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Customer Stories & Case Studies

How to Properly Enclose an Open Face Paint Booth

While curtains are more affordable than doors and may offer more flexibility for product entry, they do not provide the level of protection from contaminants that is needed for the best possible finish. In this post, we will examine the differences between curtains and filtered doors on an open front paint booth.

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