Thermal Stripping Ovens & Furnaces
Controlled PyrolysisTM Ovens
For parts with up to 15% combustibles
Maximum 800°F (427°C)
PCPC's Controlled Pyrolysis® models have a highly effective patented system that anticipates and prevents overheating. The pyrolysis oven has a highly sensitive control system for added protection and operational flexibility. These furnaces can remove the same combustible materials as Dry Cleaner models, but in greater quantities: 2% to 15% by weight.
Included in the thermal stripping ovens are primary and back-up water spray features with multiple built-in safety features.
Located in the afterburner stack, this sensitive system (U.S. Patent 4,270,898) monitors the rate of smoke emission from the parts by measuring the stack temperature. When the stack temperature reaches a preset point, the stack controller turns on a water spray mist to cool the parts, lowering the smoke emission rate before it reaches an ignition state. The water spray also activates if the oven temperature exceeds its set-point temperature by 30°. A back-up water spray activates should the water spray nozzles become clogged or malfunction in any way. Additionally, a manual-reset high-limit temperature controller turns off the primary burner if the oven temperature controller should fail.
Thermal Stripping Oven Advantages
- Controlled pyrolysis cleaning furnaces provide a safe process that helps to clean and extend the life of your industrial parts in a method that doesn't pollute or harm the environment.
- Our controlled pyrolysis ovens eliminate hydro-carbon emissions and the use of hazardous chemicals and abrasives.
- The control system is easy to operate and helps to ensure safe and thorough cleaning with reduced labor costs to you.
Thermal Stripping Oven Applications
- Auto-Parts and Engine Rebuilding
- Reclaiming Diesel Particulate Filters
- Paint & Powder Coating
- Oil & Gas
Standard Features of Controlled Pyrolysis® Ovens
- Patented Controlled Pyrolysis® Water Spray System controls the rate of smoke emissions preventing damage due to ignition or over-heated in the furnace.
- The Primary Burner heats the cleaning chamber to 800°F (427°C). Volatile materials are driven off as smoke. The burner flame is confined to the combustion chamber never touching the parts.
- Back-Up Water Spray if nozzles are clogged.
- Manual-reset high-limit switch
- Diagnostic Panel indicator lights reflect the operational status of the oven and its controls. Indicator light failure pin-points the problem
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