Burn-In Ovens provide long service life and ease of operation over a broad range of applications. The heavy gauge steel exterior and stainless steel interior, all exterior panels are at least 16 gauge, interior features reinforced 304 stainless steel. The fiberglass insulation has 4 full inches minimizes heat loss. It is available with profiling or single set point temperature controls. These are designed for dynamic and static burn-in of integrated circuits and other electronic devices. These are considered as a type of batch oven. These are available with typical sizes from under ten to over 30 cubic feet, with air or nitrogen configurations.
Burner Blocks & Holders are designed to secure the best possible combustion results with the various nozzles used with them. Block holders are cast iron boxes into which the blocks are cemented. The holders are faced smooth and drilled with bolt holes to accommodate various burner cages.
Burner Control uses a thermocouple to supply up to 30 mV of power to the safety shutoff pilot solenoid in the gas valve. Burner control systems of various types are applied to all boilers to assist the operator in the starting & stopping of burners and fuel equipment & prevent hazardous furnace conditions. The burner function is to prevent explosions in the furnace and in equipment such as pulverizers, where such explosions would threaten the safety of personnel and cause major damage to the boiler and associated equipment & buildings. The various types of burner controls are manual control, remote manual sequence control and automatic sequence control.
Burner Mounting Cages are designed to simplify attaching burners to furnace walls, air heaters, kilns, boilers or other combustion chambers. They include pilot and flame monitoring ports as well as an adjustable secondary air shutter. These cages are designed to be bolted directly to the refractory burner block that is supplied with the torch burners. The burner cages have threaded connections for the pilot burner and flame detection unit mounting.