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Pilot scale tunnel oven for infrared and impingement heating

Identification of Facility
TitlePilot scale tunnel oven for infrared and impingement heating
AcronymIR-impingement oven
Key wordsInfrared, impingement, heating, oven, baking, drying, roasting, frying, grilling, surface pasteurisation
Latest version2013/04/17
ManufacturerIrcon
DescriptionThe pilot scale oven is designed to simulate a tunnel oven and settings can be made to simulate different zones in a production oven. Three separate sections allow heating with shortwave and mediumwave infrared heating, and impingement heating or cooling. The technologies can also be combined sequentially. The oven is built specifically for testing purposes and therefore process parameters can be varied over a wide range. This equipment is perfect for screening, testing and optimising processing conditions in pilot scale and enables easy scale-up to pre-production or production scale. Infrared intensity, air temperature and velocity can be controlled.

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Weblinkhttp://www.sp.se/en/units/fb/Sidor/default.aspx
Possibilities and limitsHeating from top and/or bottom is possible with short and mediumwave IR, as well as impingement air.

Application
Application fields Can be used for heating solid materials. Also in-pack heating is possible with the right packaging material.
Application examples Surface pasteurisation, baking, drying, roasting, frying, grilling, browning
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Accessibility & Support Service
Access conditions
Access conditions further comments Please contact us for more information
Languages English, Swedish
Other languages
Training
Training further comments No training necessary as the equipment is only available as service
Technical help technical equipment, analytical specific staff is dedicated to this infrastructure, staff is available that can help to use this infrastructure
Technical help further comments

Contact data
Contact person Emma Holtz
Institute/company SP
Country Sweden
Address Box 5401, 402 29 Gothenburg

Pilot scale tunnel oven for infrared and impingement heating IR-impingement oven Infrared, impingement, heating, oven, baking, drying, roasting, frying, grilling, surface pasteurisation 2013/04/17 Ircon

The pilot scale oven is designed to simulate a tunnel oven and settings can be made to simulate different zones in a production oven. Three separate sections allow heating with shortwave and mediumwave infrared heating, and impingement heating or cooling. The technologies can also be combined sequentially. The oven is built specifically for testing purposes and therefore process parameters can be varied over a wide range. This equipment is perfect for screening, testing and optimising processing conditions in pilot scale and enables easy scale-up to pre-production or production scale. Infrared intensity, air temperature and velocity can be controlled.

IR Impingement pilotscale.png http://www.sp.se/en/units/fb/Sidor/default.aspx Heating from top and/or bottom is possible with short and mediumwave IR, as well as impingement air.


Can be used for heating solid materials. Also in-pack heating is possible with the right packaging material. Surface pasteurisation, baking, drying, roasting, frying, grilling, browning

Please contact us for more information English, Swedish


No training necessary as the equipment is only available as service technical equipment, analytical specific staff is dedicated to this infrastructure, staff is available that can help to use this infrastructure

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Created by Lilia Ahrne on 17 April 2013, at 13:29