Forced Air Wood Finishing Curing System Debuts at IWF 2014

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 08/13/2014 3:25PM


ATLANTA – Stiles Machinery will show a forced-air finishing curing system, the Venjakob Ven Dry Vario Time Oven, at IWF 2014 in Atlanta.

Unlike a traditional vertical oven which cycles trays through several chambers in the machine, the Venjakob Ven Dry Vario Time Oven brings the work pieces to trays that are stationary in a single chamber.

The Ven Dry Vrio Time Oven curing process uses a forced air system which combines an air injection and a exhaust chamber integrated into the framework. The operator can program multiple cycle times for drying parts individually.

"Multiple access points to the interior make it quicker and easier to clean and maintain without disassembling the oven," says Stiles.

Designed to reduce downtime and increase drying time efficiencies, the Venjakob Ven Dry Vario Time Oven becomes more effective and energy efficient than others in the market today.

For demonstrations and more information on the machine, visit the Stiles booth #5053 and #5135 in Exhibit Hall B. International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta, August 20-23.


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Bill Esler, Woodworking Network, WMS

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