Composite Curing

More and more often, aerospace and automotive designers are using composite materials to help make their vehicles lighter, faster, and more fuel-efficient. Composite cure ovens are used for curing, annealing, drying and hardening synthetic and composite materials. The materials are often bagged and put under a vacuum while being cured. Composite materials can include carbon fiber, polymers, rubbers, and textiles. Wisconsin Oven offers advanced and customizable Composite Curing Ovens, with ancillary equipment such as vacuum systems and advanced control & data acquisition systems, to ensure you have the right industrial oven for your specific application. We will ensure airflow is uniform and applicable equipment specifications are met, including AMS2750, BAC5621, and CQI9 as request.