Elevated Cure Oven

The elevated oven design saves valuable floor space. This space can be used for the dry-off oven or for cooling the parts prior to powder coating or prior to unloading, depending on the configuration of the system. This type of oven has bottom entry/exit openings which is the simplest and most effective type of air seal. This oven allows parts to enter/exit the oven through openings in the oven floor. Because it takes advantage of the fact that hot air rises, additional powered devices are not required and a natural heat seal is provided. Roof mounted ovens provide the same advantages.

Radiant-Convection Cure Oven

This oven is complete with our patented gas fired "X-Trad Radiant™ burners as the heat source. The radiant burner provides medium wavelength infrared curing but also curing with convection heat. This combination provides excellent paint and powder curing. This oven provides:

  • High efficiency X-Trad Radiant burners, 96% combustion
  • Burner output variable from 6,000 BTU to 30,000 BTU
  • Faster curing times
  • Smaller oven
  • Reduced operating cost for gas
  • Reduced operating cost for electric

Dual Fuel Bake Oven

This oven was designed to take advantage of the cost of utilities in the Northwest part of the United States. It operates on 70% propane and 30% electricity during the warm weather months when the cost of propane is less and vice-versa during the cold weather months when propane is more expensive.

Batch Oven

A batch system is defined as a system that requires the part to be stationary during the washing, dry-off, coating, and curing operations. Batch ovens are typically used to dry/cure parts that are low volume or parts that are too large to be put through a conventional conveyorized system. Parts are loaded onto carts or hung from overhead conveyor rails. Parts are in the oven for a predetermined period of time.

Convection Cure Oven

A convection-style oven transfers heat to the powder coated part by circulating heated air around the part. This is accomplished by using a centrifugal supply fan and associated distribution ductwork in conjunction with a heat source.

Combination Dry-Off And Cure Oven

The most common combination system is one where the dry-off oven and cure oven are located right next to each other so that they share a common wall. Each oven still has its own heater, controls, and exhaust equipment just as if two individual ovens were present. Amiberica takes this design a step further to save our customers on fuel costs. Only the cure oven is provided with a heat source. When the temperature controller on the dry-off oven calls for more heat, the motorized damper in the ductwork between the two ovens opens and provides heat for the dry-off oven.