Industrial oven and Heating chamber

We offer a large range of industrial ovens, laboratory ovens and heating chambers for all our customers' needs. We have drying ovens, IR ovens & convection ovens for firing and much more.

Labotest offers the best industrial ovens on the market thanks to our strong combination of quality, performance and ease of use. Our ovens are designed with longevity in mind, so you can be sure you're getting a reliable unit that will last for years to come. To ensure that our ovens meet the highest standards on the market, they undergo extensive quality control before they are delivered to our customers. This means that all ovens are carefully inspected to ensure that they meet our high performance standards and that all parts work as they should.

Our ovens are also equipped with advanced functions and technologies that make them very user-friendly. Thanks to an intuitive menu system and easy-to-follow instructions, it is easy to use our ovens even for less experienced users.

We at Labotest are also proud to offer outstanding customer service. Our experienced and well-trained team is always ready to answer your questions and help you find the oven that best suits your specific needs. Our technicians are also available to install and maintain our ovens, so you can be sure that your oven will perform as it should over time.

Overall, it is our strong combination of quality, performance, ease of use and customer service that makes Labotest the best choice for industrial furnaces. If you are looking for a reliable, high-performance and easy-to-use oven, you can be sure that you will find it with us at Labotest.

Industrial oven for Industry, Production & Laboratory - HeatEvent.

Reproducible processes plus the product quality associated with it, limited by space, short processing times and high productivity are standard requirements in all industrial production areas.

Your components and materials can be reliably, quickly and energy-efficiently heat treated at temperatures up to 400 °C with the HeatEvent Heating and Drying oven from vötschtechnik®. This way you can produce excellent products 24/7.

HeatEvent provides the highest internal volume with the smallest footprint. Thanks to iE3 motors, improved insulation and reliable door sealing concept, the ovens work with maximum energy efficiency.

Volume: 216 l to 8000 l

Maximum temperature: 220 °C standard up to 400 °C

Areas of application:

  • Work with solvents with fresh air flows and tight and closed systems.
  • Explosion-proof solutions in temperature classes T1, T2, T3 and T4

Heating chambers with a focus on quality and safety

Carrying out tests in a heating chamber is an important process used to ensure that products or materials maintain required quality and performance under different temperature conditions. There are many reasons why one would want to carry out tests in a heating chamber , but one of the most common is to ensure that the product or material will function correctly while being used in different environments or climate zones.

Another common reason for conducting tests in a heating chamber is to ensure that a product or material is not damaged during prolonged exposure to high temperatures. This is important to prevent problems such as discoloration, deformation or cracking that could affect the product's performance, lifespan or design.

There are different methods of how to carry out tests in a heating chamber, depending on what is to be tested and what you want to achieve with the test. A common method is constant temperature testing, where a product or material is exposed to a constant temperature for a certain time, to see how it reacts to it. Another method is cyclic temperature testing, where a product or material is exposed to periodically changing temperatures, to see how it handles different temperature variations.

It is important to use a quality-assured heating chamber with a controlled temperature environment for these tests, to ensure that the results are as accurate and reliable as possible. This can help identify potential problems with the product or material at an early stage and enable companies to make improvements before the product is launched on the market.

Lacquer drying oven

Lacquer drying oven LUT 6050

  • Testvolym: 105 l
  • Temperaturområde: Ambient+5 °C to +250 °C T
Vacutherm - Heating and drying oven in Vacuum

Vacutherm - Heating and drying oven in Vacuum

  • Test volume: 25, 53 och 128 l
  • Temperature range: Ambient+10 °C to 200/300/400 °C
  • Heating: Ambient or shelf
Heratherm - Heating oven for curing and drying

Heratherm - Heating oven for curing and drying

  • Test volume: 60 l to 750 l
  • Temperature range: Room temp +5 °C to +330 °C

Heating chambers or industrial ovens

Industrial furnaces and heating chambers are both devices used to generate heat, but they are designed for different purposes and have some important differences.

An industrial oven is a type of heat source that is specially designed to handle high temperatures and harsh conditions of use. They are most commonly used in industrial manufacturing processes, such as welding, hardening and tempering, to provide a controlled heat source for these processes. Industrial furnaces can be very powerful and are equipped with advanced technologies to ensure that the temperature can be kept precisely and controlled during use.

A heating chamber is another type of heat source, which is designed to keep objects or materials at a constant temperature for a certain period of time. Heating chambers are usually used in laboratory environments, for example in chemistry, biology and physics to simulate specific climate or temperature conditions. They are also common in electronics and medical technology to be able to test products at a particular temperature. Heating chambers are often less powerful compared to industrial ovens and are equipped with less advanced technologies.

So, while both industrial ovens and heating chambers are used to generate heat, industrial ovens are more suitable for harsh usage conditions and high temperatures while heating chambers are more suitable for controlled and more specific temperature conditions in laboratory environments.

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