12 x 7 x 6 meters and can accommodate many of the items Dancoat works with.Th
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12 x 7 x 6 meters and can accommodate many of the items Dancoat works with.These items are washed off and sand-steel blown before they are metallized and coated. Then a normal drying time and final curing would last up to 5 days, but with the new CIR oven the process will be completed after 2 to 3 hours. The process is not only faster, but also leaves a better product, as the curing process significantly improves adhesion as well as the inner strength of the paint, and thus the quality of the end product.The owners of Dancoat A / S Henrik D. Matthiesen and Bjarne Hjortlund have commissioned CIR Oven to set up during the summer holidays and with commissioning in week 37 so that it is ready to enter into production.The immediate benefits of using catalytic infrared rays for the curing process is that it is flameless, it reduces energy consumption and the total cure time can be reduced by 60 to 80%. In addition, the use of a Netek CIR oven results in a not insignificant reduction of the organic compounds (VOCs) found in the paint. These environmentally damaging compounds can be part of the curing process and in this case will be oxidized and thus become harmless substances.These reductions sound huge, but tests performed as well as the practical experience with smaller plants show that it is possible to achieve such large reductions.Dancoat looks forward to taking the new plant into use, and thus being able to offer customers a better surface treatment in less time.