New to the Benefits Gas Catalytic IR?
- Energy Saving: Gas Catalytic IR systems typically use as much as 50% less energy that conventional convection ovens
- Space Saving: Typically Gas Catalytic IR systems take up 50% less floor space when compared to conventional convection ovens
- Production Output: Reduced air movement within oven means less cross contamination. Parts can be placed closer together on production lines
- Improved Quality: Gas Catalytic IR gives a more even heat distribution. This means a better overall cure with no under or over cure spots
- The 3:1 Rule: On average it takes a third less time to cure a part in a Gas Catalytic IR oven than in a conventional convection oven
- E-Coat: Dry off and curing
- Liquid Finish: Dry off and curing for solvent and water based liquid coatings and finishes
- Powder Coating Ovens: For all metal substrates, from small to large components
- Pre-Gel Ovens: For use on all substrates as a means of quickly allowing powder to flow and gel, prior to full cure
- Curing Finishes on Heat Sensitive Substrates: Engineered Timber, Plywood and MDF
- Food Drying of grains, food stuffs, pulses etc.
- Thermo-forming of large products such as spa pools, dinghy hulls, portable toilet facilities etc.
- Leather Curing including liquid finishes on all types of leather
Your Application Not Listed?
Vulcan Catalytic® Systems have test centers located in Buford, GA (the Worldwide Center of Excellence) and Neston in the UK. If you have an unusual application that requires the application of heat, then please contact us and we can advise you and carry out a program of testing.