Industrial Heating Systems

Industrial heating processes can be broadly categorized as low-temperature (to about 400 °C or 752 °F), medium-temperature (between 400 and 1,150 °C or 752 and 2,102 °F), and high-temperature (beyond 1,150 °C or 2,102 °F). Low-temperature processes include baking and drying, curing finishes, soldering, molding and shaping plastics. Medium temperature processes include melting plastics and some non-metals for casting or reshaping, as well as annealing, stress-relieving and heat-treating metals. High-temperature processes include steelmaking, brazing, welding, casting metals, cutting, smelting and the preparation of some chemicals.

Batch ovens are furnaces built for thermal processing including drying, curing and baking . THERMOCOAT industrial batch ovens are designed to meet the strict requirements of the variety of product range. The heating source varies according to product requirements. These mainly includes electrical batch ovens, Infrared batch ovens, microwave batch ovens, Steam batch ovens, Gas fired ovens. View our line of Industrial Batch Ovens.

Batch Ovens

  • Temperature ranges up to1200 degrees Celsius.
  • Electric,fuel-fired, steam radiators heating systems, infrared heating, microwave heating.
  • Readily available designs for flammable and combustible products.
  • Enhanced duty ovens guarantee the tolerance of 5 degrees temperature uniformity.
  • Dual or horizontal airflow.
  • High-grade steel interior and exterior.
  • Doors option includes bi-parting manual operated doors and automated vertical lift doors for heavy and light-duty operations.
  • Most modes are fully assembled, wired and factory tested prior to shipment.

Electric Batch Heating Oven

Principle of Operation:

Electric Heating is a process in which electrical energy is converted to heat. An electric heater is therefore a device that transforms electrical energy into heat. Electric heaters contain electric resistors, which act as the heating elements. The heating power can be utilized using a forced air circulation method called convection heating in a controlled way to produce desire results as per product requirements.

Thermocoat industrial batch ovens are designed for the processing of a variety of product groups. Each Thermocoat batch oven can be customized to meet your company’s unique requirements.

As an industrial oven manufacturer, Thermocoat has designed and fabricated an array of custom batch ovens and has become a leading industrial oven manufacturer.

We can design an Industrial Batch Oven customized to your particular specifications. We can accommodate any order for Batch Ovens, Drying Ovens, Curing Ovens, or Powder Coating Ovens.

Batch ovens are commonly used in applications requiring extended cycle times and varying temperature requirements. Batch Oven Applications include curing, sterilizing, drying, aging, heat treating, finish baking, and burn-in. Our mission is to provide the highest quality equipment at the lowest possible price and with customer support.

We are able to provide you the technical answers to your questions regarding the selection of an industrial oven, cure oven, batch oven, composite oven, purchasing, startup, and service.


  • Batch ovens available in Electric or Gas
  • Air flow options such as horizontal, vertical, or a combination of the two
  • Full Length Side Wall Ducting on all models
  • Backward Inclined Circulation Plug Fans
  • Heating and Cooling combination available
  • Top or Rear burner Batch Ovens
  • Aluminized Interior and Exterior
  • On/Off or Modulating Burner Systems
  • Adjustable Purge Timer
  • NEMA 12 UL Control Panel with Disconnect
  • Heavy Duty 3 ply Adjustable Strap Hinges
  • Sturdy Doors (not oven panels)
  • Enclosed Door Frames with Solid Structure
  • Digital Temp. Controls with Auto-Tune


Advantages of electric heating methods over other forms include precision control of temperature and distribution of heat energy, combustion not used to develop heat, and the ability to attain temperatures not readily achievable with chemical combustion. Electric heat can be accurately applied at the precise point needed in a process, at a high concentration of power per unit area or volume. Electric heating devices can be built in any required size and can be located anywhere within a plant. Electric heating processes are generally clean, quiet, and do not emit much byproduct heat to the surroundings.


  • Food Industry: Curing, Dairies, Confectionery, Fruits & Vegetable Canning, Dehydration, Pasteurizers, Vegetable Oil Refineries, etc.
  • Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industries: Dyes and Intermediates, Refineries, Lube oil plants, Oil Reclamation, Additives, Adhesives, Pesticides, Fertilizers, etc.
  • Textiles: Stanters, Curing machines, etc.
  • Hotels & Laundries, Kitchen.
  • Rubber, Tyre Retreading, Paper & Board, Leather Industries, Plastic Industries
  • Cement Concrete/Mosaic Tiles Curing
  • Metal Pre-treatment, Timber Seasoning, Thermocole.