Batch Burn-Off Ovens can remove limited amounts of paint, powder coating, epoxies, lacquers, urethanes and other organic or inorganic compounds from a variety of parts, such as:
• Part reclamations
• Engine and part rebuilders
• Electric motor rebuilders
The process is simple: the operator loads a rack of parts to be cleaned into the oven, pushes the start button and closes the door. The average cycle time is 2 to 6 hours. The system is fully automatic, which allows the operator the option of handling other tasks or running the oven at night.
The central heat distribution system ensures even temperatures throughout the oven chamber and eliminates cold spots. This precise control of temperature prevents distortion of the part during the process. The primary and secondary water suppression system along with the monitoring of both the oven and afterburner chamber temperatures ensures a safe controlled burn-off.
Safe and Clean
During the process, hazardous contaminates are eliminated by the oven's afterburner. The afterburner thermally destroys pollutants at temperatures ranging from 1400 °F to 1900 °F. What's left is a small amount of ash that can be easily shaken or brushed off. In most areas, this ash is not considered hazardous waste. GFS ovens are approved by Air Quality Authorities throughout the U.S, Canada and overseas.
GFS has engineered and manufactured a Wash Booth to address ash containment and typical house cleaning normally associated with a burn-off process. GFS is the only burn-off oven manufacturer to address secondary cleanup and offer a solution. Please contact GFS for more information.