CONTINUOUS OVEN QUOTE FORM AND WORKSHEET
If you checked other for Process, please explain:
Soak time needed at temperature: lbs. Avg. no. of parts?
Maximum Temp. Operating Temp.
Uniformity req's +/- Required Rate to Rise to Temperature
Specific Heat of Material (BTU/lb./°F)
Size/Configuration of Parts
Weight of parts Parts loaded in a fixture? YesNo
If so, how many per fixture? Weight of loaded fixture?
Material of fixture
If parts are loaded directly on belt, what is the loading pattern, i.e. how many abreast, how many per linear ft., etc.?
Rate of production req'd How many hours per day
Any solvents? YesNo If yes, what is the solvent?
If so, rate of introduction to oven? (liquid measure)
Exhaust required for material other than solvents (noxious fumes, etc.)? YesNo
Afterburner Requried? YesNo
Length of load end Length of unloaded end
Width of belt Preferred belt type Belt matl.
Conveyor indexing or continuous? IndexingContinuous
Doors needed at ends? YesNo Door Type
Indexing conveyors to be actuated by
Height of belt from floor
Restrictions on oven footprint or overhead clearance
Best airflow pattern
Heated by: GasElectricPlant Electrical ServiceOther
Other utility information
Interior Material: AluminizedStainless Grade? Welded liner
Special access doors to oven interior YesNo
Control panel location (mounted on oven, seperate free standing, etc.)
How many heating zones?
Combination Controller/Recorder (Type)
Seperate Recorder CicularStrip Chart
No. of points Trend Digital
Alarms other than overtemperature and airflow failure
AlarmsOn-Off HeatingSCR's/Modulating Gas
General notes on process (production rate, steady operation, controlled cycles, etc.)
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