Batch Burn-Off Oven

Minimize Environmental Impact & Maximize Profit Potential


Precision engineered and designed, Batch Burn-Off Ovens from Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) use heat cleaning technology to safely and efficiently remove baked-on paint from racks, hooks, fixtures and parts. This technology limits labor costs, minimizes environmental impact and maximizes profit potential.


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Batch Burn-Off Oven Product Info

Batch Burn-Off Ovens can remove limited amounts of paint, powder coating, epoxies, lacquers, urethanes and other organic or inorganic compounds from a variety of parts. At an air temperature of 750 degrees Fahrenheit, the oven ignites the baked-on paint, turning it to ash. The system is fully automatic, allowing the operator to handle other tasks or run the oven at night. The average cycle time is two to six hours.

The central heat distribution system in GFS Batch Burn-Off Ovens ensures even temperatures throughout the oven chamber, eliminating cold spots. This precise control of temperature prevents distortion of the part during the process.

Drawing showing how a GFS Batch Burn-Off Oven works safely

The primary and secondary water suppression system, along with the monitoring of both the oven and afterburner chamber temperatures, ensures a safe, controlled burn-off. Hazardous contaminants are eliminated by the oven’s afterburner at temperatures between 1,400 and 1,900 degrees Fahrenheit. The remaining ash can be easily shaken, brushed off or washed off with a GFS Batch Burn-Off Washer. In most areas, this ash is not considered hazardous waste. GFS ovens are approved by air quality authorities throughout the U.S., Canada and overseas.

GFS industrial ovens can be customized to meet your unique specifications. Standard options for Batch Burn-Off Ovens include:

Custom controls and sizes
Stainless steel oven interior
Customized dart
Temperature indicating package chart recorder (dual pen)
FM or IRI controls

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 in which we work. One of our engineers serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.

OSHA – Occupational Safety and Health Administration
NFPA – National Fire Protection Association
ETL – Electrical Testing Labs
EPA – Environmental Protection Agency
ICC – International Code Council

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