What is IR curing oven


Release time:

2022-01-21

IR curing oven, as the name suggests, is a container that can cure materials. Why does the material need to be cured? That's because in a variety of industries, materials need to increase the stress of the bond, which is why the parts are heated, resin cured and dried in a series of production processes.

IR curing oven, as the name suggests, is a container that can cure materials. Why does the material need to be cured? That's because in a variety of industries, materials need to increase the stress of the bond, which is why the parts are heated, resin cured and dried in a series of production processes.

IR curing oven
IR curing oven has resin IR curing oven and metal IR curing oven. Resin IR curing oven is a solid solution treatment for resin curing. If the workpiece is placed in natural conditions or at room temperature for a long time, the curing phenomenon occurs, which is called natural curing treatment; if the workpiece is heated to a higher temperature temperature, and the curing process of constant temperature treatment is called artificial curing,
In this way, the disadvantages of the traditional IR curing oven, such as unstable operation, deep pit excavation, high energy consumption and easy board pollution, are eliminated. Safe operation with light-load lift table technology. The heating system uses a heating plate to effectively control the heating temperature of the plate surface, with high heat transfer efficiency, and curing without deformation, reducing the need for traditional curing.
Metal IR curing oven is a solid solution treatment for metal. Refers to the heat treatment process in which the shape, size and performance of the aluminum-gold workpiece change with time after solution treatment, cold plastic deformation or casting, and after forging, placing it at a higher temperature or at a constant temperature.
In the solution treatment of aluminum alloy in IR curing oven, it was found that the hardness of this alloy is not high after quenching, but after being placed at room temperature for a period of time, the hardness increases significantly, this phenomenon is later called precipitation hardening. The copper alloys, aluminum alloys and iron-based alloys that are later strengthened are all aged.