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Industrial process oven.

This company built a process oven for a client in search of an oven with an afterburner to eliminate smoke and odor from an existing process. The oven operates up to 500[degrees]F. The smoke and odor generated in the oven chamber is vented through the afterburner via a powered exhauster. To eliminate smoke and odor, the jack mount afterburner maintains an exhaust air stream temperature of 1,400[degrees]-1,500[degrees]F for a minimum of 1/2 second dwell time. The resultant effluent discharged to the atmosphere consists of water vapor and carbon dioxide. Class A ovens are required by code to exhaust a percentage of the oven air stream to the outside. This combination oven with afterburner makes the standard Class A generating smoke and odor environmentally friendly, according to the manufacturer. (Jackson Oven Supply)
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Title Annotation:Suppliers Showcase: Equipment
Publication:Rubber World
Date:Apr 1, 2012
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