Radiant Gas Fired Batch Oven Anneals Spools of Aluminum Wire

Published Date: 
Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Wisconsin Oven designed and manufactured the radiant gas fired batch oven pictured to the right. The work chamber  size is 14'0" wide x 24'0" long x 10'0" high and the maximum operating temperature is 1,000° F. The oven is designed for annealing large spools of aluminum wire. The spools of wireare fork trucked into the chamber and stacked up. This oven is a duplicate to a previous oven this custo mer purchased for this same application.

Features on this oven include:
• Electric vertical lift door with counter weight
• Four (4) recirculation blowers, each rated at 50,000 CFM @ 40 HP
• Stainless steel interior
• The oven shell, including the roof, utilizes Wisconsin Oven Corporation's pat ented, high efficiency Expandable Surface™ design with 6" thick insulation
• Indirect gas fired - 16 radian t tube burners (customer supplied)
• One (1) main combustion blower to feed all burners
• Adjustable slide plates at bottom of supply duct to provide optimum air distribution

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