Blog posts from February 2016

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Championship Culture at Wisconsin Oven, Part I: Customer Experience

Posted: Feb 23, 2016 | Categories: Uncategorized
Stepping into a Wisconsin Oven facility you would hear the term “Championship Culture” as a regular part of our vocabulary, alongside “WOW” factor. “WOW” stands for the Wisconsin Oven Way, a mentality which employers, employees, and repeat customers, alike, embrace. To the WOC team, these aren’t just phrases, but a state of mind. We stand apart from our competitors because our main concern is the customer’s experience. Our biggest reward is, ultimately, the repeat customers that we earn through the positivity of our team and work ethic. The Wisconsin Oven team of champions works closely alongside the customer, from start

New Composite Curing Batch Ovens Are Ideal for Advanced Composite Materials

Posted: Feb 08, 2016 | Categories: Composite Manufacturing, Engineering, Industrial Ovens
Manufacturing is embracing Advanced Composite Materials (ACMs) in many different industries and applications. Characterized as high strength lightweight materials, ACMs are ideally suited for structural components in aircraft, aerospace, and automotive applications. Their dimensional stability, temperature, chemical resistance, flex performance, and relatively easy processing make them a perfect substitute for metal components. These new and innovative composite materials require higher processing temperatures than previous composites. We are introducing new batch ovens that suit the processing of advanced composite parts to meet the demands and requirements of higher cure temperatures. Most curing ovens have a standard heating temperature. This is fine