The Batch Burn-Off Oven is designed to remove surface coatings of cured hydrocarbon materials such as paint, grease, oil, varnish etc. from hooks, racks, fixtures, and parts. Removal of a material is accomplished by heating the materials to be stripped to 800oF. The material is reduced to a fine, light ash and fumes. The fumes produced are vented through an afterburner chamber which raises the fume temperatures to 1500 oF and higher for a minimum of ½ second. The resultant effluent discharged to atmosphere consists of water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Ash reduction remains inside the oven and consists primarily of inorganic pigments. Ash is removed from the oven and disposed of in accordance with local codes. NOTE: Halogen materials are excluded and cannot be thermally destroyed.
The basic oven consists of a steel enclosure with insulated interior walls and roof and a refractory floor. A refractory plenum is provided to distribute heat evenly throughout the oven. Primary burner and controls are mounted on the rear wall of the unit. Jack mount afterburner is included.
Parts that will fit in burn-off oven are 72"x72"x144".
If you are in need of burn-off stripping services, contact the team at Coatings Plus today.