Ovens - general information

The core processes in most finishing plants are heat treatments.

Heat treatment is used for a variety of purposes, e.g.:

  • Water drying
  • Pre-heating of workpieces
  • Paint drying
  • Curing of powder coating and/or wet painting
  • Technical heat finishing
  • High temperature finishing

Most AABO finishing plants include some form of heat treatment. AABO has therefore developed a wide range of ovens for a broad spectrum of uses.  

AABO ovens have all been designed and produced using state-of-the-art technology. They have all been produced to achieve optimum energy efficiency and maximum protection of the environment.

Descriptions and examples of AABO ovens can be found below. It is important to emphasise that AABO always focuses on designing and supplying customer-specific solutions. This means that our ovens can be designed and produced in many different ways.

Some of our solutions are described below. These include:  

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Conveyor ovens

A conveyor oven is usually used for semi- or fully automatic conveyor systems in which continuous heat treatment is required during the finishing process. 

AABO’s conveyor ovens are available for use at several temperature points. This means that these ovens are available in a variety of different insulation layers and constructions. 

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Box ovens

A box oven is typically used with manual or "Power & Free" conveyor systems where heat treatment is a part of “step by step” finishing process.

Box ovens are also used as standalone units into which the workpieces are transported for heat treatment using e.g. rollers and pallets or suspended directly from overhead fixture points mounted in the oven chamber. 

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Dip ovens

A dip oven is usually used for manual or automatic crane systems in which dip heat treatment is required during the finishing process.

AABO’s dip ovens are available for use at several temperature levels. This means that we offer them in a variety of different insulation layers and constructions. 

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