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Just about all new products and new processes start out using batch process in the lab. When you’re developing a new product, typically you are testing the heating process in batches, trying out small samples in a bench top oven to figure out the combination of temperature and heating time that produces the best quality product.

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Powder coatings are increasingly used today to create finishes not only on metal parts, as was the primary application in the past, but also for MDF (medium density fiberboard) products such as furniture and kitchen cabinets. Metal parts are also being finished in innovative ways. Appliance boxes are coated in flat form and then bent into shape, which requires a very strong yet flexible bond so the finish doesn’t crack.

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If space is at a premium in your manufacturing plant, you’re not alone. When you’re developing a new product or a new manufacturing process, chances are you’re looking for process heating equipment that takes up a minimum amount of space while meeting your quality and line speed goals.

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Just about all new products and new processes start out using batch process in the lab. When you’re developing a new product, typically you are testing the heating process in batches, trying out small samples in a bench top oven to figure out the combination of temperature and heating time that produces the best quality product.

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So when it’s time to purchase new process heating equipment for a new product or a new process, naturally you’re seeking out a vendor that places the same high value on quality. Especially when you’re considering a new supplier, how can you be sure that you’ll get equipment that performs reliably and will continue to meet your needs over time?

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Due to the intense heat from the IR heater bank, stopping the line can cause the web to be exposed to excessive heat and result in product damage. You also might have the opposite problem: when the line stops you can’t be sure if the product got up to the desired temperature.

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What is a through-air dryer?

Through-air dryers, as the name suggests, use a heated airflow that passes through the material to remove moisture from permeable products, or to selectively melt bonding fibers.

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What is an impingement dryer?

Impingement drying involves blowing medium to high-velocity hot air onto the material to be dried. In most cases, the material is a sheet or continuous web, which is transported through the dryer using rollers or a conveyor.

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What is an impingement dryer?

Impingement drying involves blowing medium to high-velocity hot air onto the material to be dried. In most cases, the material is a sheet or continuous web, which is transported through the dryer using rollers or a conveyor.

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Process Heating Solutions since 1985