Industrial Ovens 2018-11-02T03:35:23+00:00

Project Description

  • Our Walk-in and shelf ovens have temperature ratings up 1250 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Curing
    • Industrial ovens are used for curing baked on coatings including powder coatings and ceramic-metallic coatings.
  • Degreasing
    • A part must be properly cleaned before it can be coated. Heating parts in industrial ovens is the safest and most environmentally friendly method to properly clean oily and dirty parts. A part is first heated to remove contamination from the crevices and pores.  After it is heated and degreased in the ovens, parts are grit blasted to remove any residue from the surface.
  • Heat Tint
    • In addition to new parts, Trinity Coatings, LLC repairs and recoats parts after service.  Before recoating parts, all existing coatings and contamination from corrosion must be removed.  Heat tinting is a method to ensure that all coatings and corrosion are removed from the surface of the part.  Heat tinting is performed by bringing a clean blasted superalloy component to approximately 1200 degrees
  • Stress Relieve
    • Our industrial ovens are capable of performing stress relieving of some steel and stainless steel alloys after welding and or machining.
  • Burnout
    • Some coating materials can be blended with polyester to provide uniform high porosity coatings. After the thermal spray process, parts are placed in the ovens to burn out or remove the polyester and create abradable coatings.  Some TBC coatings require a burnout to oxidize and create uniform coloration. Finally, a UV curable polymer is used to mask cooling holes and areas where coatings are not needed.  After the thermal spray process, the polymer is removed by heating in an oven.