Batch Oven: It seems a good approach for the application areas where load size or production volume varies substantially. They are also ideal for situations which require a high degree of flexibility in terms of process variables such as temperature or dwell (soak) time.
Continuous Oven: This approach is the optimal option where plenty of similar product pieces are processed. Continuous ovens help to ensure the consistent thermal processing times for each part in high-volume applications.
Temperature Requirements: Whatever is your temperature requirement always note the maximum and minimum temperature. Also, note following things:
Whether the heat-up rate needs to be regulated or if the output can be allowed to heat up as soon as possible.
The type and amount of product load in the production. The oven design must have sufficient heating capacity to bring the output to the desired heat within the particular time.
The required dwell (soak) time at temperature and the overall cycle time.
Any particular cool-down conditions.
Air Flow For Your Product Load: The ovens offer a range of airflow for your product which offers dual/uniflow, vertical and horizontal airflow. As per the requirement of your product, select a well-fitted choice of the airflow. How the product is loaded is the main factor to consider the type of the airflow.
Consider all these points to buy the best product for your industrial need.