Heating SourceConveyor ovens have various heating elements available, such as electric, natural gas, liquefied petroleum, and radiant heat sources. Some conveyor ovens have combined electric and gas heating models.
Total Heating RangeThe total heating range is the minimum and maximum heating your oven can deliver. Most facilities producing various heated products or need to process products with various heat stages will require multiple heat zones and precision remote controls to regulate temperatures in each area.
Airflow ModelIndustrial conveyor ovens use electrical or gas-powered convection heating. The airflow in convection ovens allows airflow patterns that speed up time-to-temperature heat transfers to various parts of ingredients or components. In addition, proper airflow models in every heating point ensure uniform temperature distribution.
Conveyor SystemAutomated belt conveyor systems made from steel are perfect for conveyor ovens because of their heat resistance. Other models for consideration are flat wire, wire mesh, Teflon, or plastic belts that can work for lightweight materials and help you save on future replacement costs.
Local EnvironmentTo design and implement a system, industrial conveyor oven manufacturers must consider your local environment and space availability. They must head to your facility, make measurements and take photographs, and provide you with a rough design and estimate of the conveyor system.
Product RequirementsLastly, the ingredients or parts you'll use play a crucial role in the conveyor's final design. Product flammability, mass, weight, and other aspects will impact the conveyor's final design.
You can always trust Eastman Manufacturing's tried-and-proven designs and manufacturing processes for the best conveyor ovens in the industry. Contact us today to learn more about our services.