Powder Coating Ovens From Booths and Ovens.com
Want to add powder coating to your business or need to bring your powder coating operation in-house? Get the best quality finish with our professional powder coating ovens. Our ovens are the most efficient and dependable on the market, getting to temperature quickly with less fuel. Constant temperature throughout provides an optimum curing environment for a durable finish every time.
The High-Efficiency Standard: Powder Coating Ovens That Save On Fuel
Whether you use natural gas or propane, our powder coating ovens are fitted with the most efficient burners anywhere. Get your oven to temperature faster and use less fuel. Reduce operating cost and cure more parts everyday.
Powder Coating Ovens For Sale Everyday At Booths and Ovens.com
Booths and Ovens.com is committed to providing the best prices on professional powder coating ovens. All our equipment ships factory-direct; there are no middle-men and no hidden fees. If you find a better price on comparable equipment, Booths and Ovens.com will beat it – guaranteed.
Dozens Of Standard Sizes Available
Our powder coating ovens come in a variety of sizes, with interior dimensions ranging from 6’T x 6’W to 12’T x 14’W standard, and lengths from 5′ all the way to 50′. No matter the size of your project, Booths and Ovens.com can deliver a solution that works.
6′ Ovens: Includes 6’H x 6’W and 6’H x 8’W models. Lengths ranging from 5′ to 50′. Great for shops trying to conserve floorspace or with limited clearance.
8′ Ovens: Includes 8’H x 8’W and 8’H x 10’W models. Lengths ranging from 5′ to 50′. Perfect for standard job shops and small manufacturers.
10′ Ovens: Includes 10’H x 10’W and 10’H x 12’W models. Lengths ranging from 5′ to 50′. For large batch operations and mid-sized manufacturers.
12′ Ovens: Includes 12’H x 12’W and 12’H x 14’W models. Lengths ranging from 10′ to 50′. Perfect for dedicated powder coating operations and large manufacturers.
• Powder-specific design, custom sizes & configurations available
• Features premium insulated 6” double wall design and natural gas or LP gas fuel
• Manufactured in USA using CNC equipment
• Features premium aluminized or G90 galvanized US steel construction
• Modular design enables on-site customization with no additional costs
• Double 20 gauge panels—wall panels are bolted together for optimal fit
• Easy to access floor-mounted heat system and exhaust system standard
• Available in pre-heat, drying, curing, or multi-function designs
• Adaptable for use with cart track, specialized racks, etc.
Powder Coating Oven Technical Specifications
All oven walls, ceiling and roof are made of 20 gauge or thicker steel that has been aluminized or G90 galvanized. The powder coating oven utilizes a double panel design. The interior walls and roof are formed into 6” panels to receive factory-supplied insulation. Mineral wool insulation of at least 6# density is inserted between these inner panels and the external skins during installation. The main powder oven enclosure components are bolted together, typically on 6” centers. Threaded inserts in key parts help simplify assembly. When using roof mounted heat units or double load-in frontals, the powder coating ovens are equipped with support beams to increase rigidity. No welding is required.
Doors/Frontals: The powder coat oven doors are a composite design made of 16, 18, and 20 gauge components that house mineral wool insulation of not less than 6# density. The doors feature support casters and adjustable hinge assemblies. To assure proper explosion relief and allow for emergency egress, the doors include a positive latching device that secures one door to the frontal header and floor, and allows the second door to latch. Friction latches (often known as panic latches or slam latches) enable the doors to be opened from the inside and also serve to safely vent excessive positive pressure from the oven enclosure. Doors feature fiberglass gasket material to minimize heat loss.
Each powder coating oven comes with an assembled heat unit constructed primarily from 11 gauge, 16 gauge and 18 gauge stainless, aluminized or G90 galvanized steel components. Mineral wool insulation of 6# density is used throughout the assembly. The heat system utilizes an ETL-listed Jet Fire forced-induction burner with an integrated combustion supply fan. The heat unit adjusts in response to the control panels PID fuzzy logic controller. The heat unit enclosure includes a forward curving fan wheel to cycle the heated air through the powder coating oven enclosure, heating the air rapidly using less fuel. The heat unit features an oversize fan shaft for durability and reduced vibration, as well as special high-temperature bearing assemblies that are easily accessible. Each heat unit is optimized for premium results at the customer’s location and shipped with a fan performance graph.
Oven/ Heat Unit Controls: The heat unit is controlled via a remote control panel. This control panel allows the operator to see a digital display of the heat unit’s output air temperature and adjust the unit accordingly. The control system uses a variable frequency drive (VFD) to adjust the atmosphere inside the powder coating oven by fine-tuning the performance of the exhaust fan. The control panel also includes a variety of safety devices, including audible and visual alarms.
- Safety Features: The powder coating oven is equipped with a range of redundant safety devices. These devices include
• High and low pressure gas safety valves
• Manual gas shut-off
• Ignition sensor with auto shut-down
• Combustion safeguard
• Flame safety switch
• Powered air circulation fan
• Powered air exhaust fan
• Intake air proving switch
• Exhaust air proving switch
• High temperature safety switch
• Oven temperature sensor
• Purge timer for combustion
• Purge timer for oven operation
• Motor overload protection
• Fan/belt/motor guards
• Explosion relief design
• Audible & visual alarms on control panel
Parts supplied by others: Exhaust duct, duct mounting adapters, combustion supply fan intake duct, gas piping to the gas train, gas valve ventilation piping, electrical service to the control panel, and field wiring components are provided by other companies and are not considered part of the batch oven.