and synthetic leather and fabrics have numerous characteristics
that make them invaluable in a wide range of applications.
high quality leather and fabric, whether dyed or coated,
require precise control of each stage of production.
None of these stages is more critical than drying.
Quality, productivity, and operating costs depend
upon the accurate control and uniformity of the temperature
and airflow throughout the drying stage. And the accurate
control and uniformity of the temperature and airflow
are solely dependent upon the design of the drying
Engineering follows a systematic approach to the design
of leather and fabric drying ovens. We thoroughly
analyze the drying needs of the material and design
an oven to optimize the rate and uniformity of heat
transfer and moisture removal. The result of optimized
heat transfer and mass transfer is increased productivity
and improved quality of the product. You can see the
results in the interior of every BMW Z3.
Engineering ovens provide optimized heat transfer
through high velocity convection, as well as combined
infrared and convection technology. Unlike other convection
ovens which rely on higher temperatures and minimal
air movement, our high velocity convection and combination
ovens deliver more effective and efficient heat transfer
at lower temperatures, thereby increasing productivity
and quality at reduced operating costs.
high velocity convection is created by forcing large
volumes of heated air into a pressurized supply plenum
chamber along the length of the zone to deliver high
velocity streams of heated air along and across the
material, accurately and uniformly. Inverter controlled
blower motors provide adjustability of the velocity
of the air and thereby effectively control the rate
of heat transfer and mass transfer. These temperature
and airflow adjustments may even be incorporated into
any PLC product profile for each zone and each material
for total control.
gas and electric infrared may be combined with convection
to provide more effective and more rapid drying. This
combination of infrared and convection is especially
effective in achieving the high rate of mass transfer
of water and solvent associated with fabric and fiber