Industrial ovens are batch or continuous process insulated enclosures or tunnels used for thermal processing. Ovens are lower temperature (usually <1400 degrees F) thermal processing units, usually without refractory insulation.
Thermal processing in industrial ovens takes place in varied atmospheres including pressures above and below the standard atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psia or 760 torr. In a vacuum oven, the heat-treating process takes place inside a vessel that is airtight, allowing...
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