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Composite Curing and Carbon Fiber Ovens

A composite curing oven is often utilized for curing carbon fiber used in the automotive, aerospace, nautical, and other advanced industries where high strength/low weight carbon composite materials are required. Our sophisticated carbon fiber curing ovens have extremely good temperature uniformity due to our proprietary process where a high quantity of air changes in the oven. Please fill out the form or give us a call so we can share our 39+ years of industry expertise with you. We look forward to earning your business.

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Baker Furnace Composite Curing Oven Features:

Top-of-the-line components

Baker Furnace uses the best available parts to ensure their composite curing oven models perform at peak levels for decades. Our integral system components are approved by all applicable safety institutions, including Factory Mutual, the Industrial Research Institute, Underwriters Laboratories.

Safety and Consistency

All ovens are equipped with safety-approved, self-igniting combustion systems and flame-controls that maintain consistent temperatures at any level up to 500 degrees. High-limit temperature controls and a digital process controller allow operators to adjust every aspect of the curing process.

High Volume, Low Impingement, Uniform Airflow

Belt-driven recirculation fans powered by Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC) motors create powerful convection currents that ensure consistent curing. Recirculation fans can be added to reach tight heat uniformity requirements. Uniform air distribution delivers quality and efficient cure cycles.

What is Commonly Cured in Industrial Curing Ovens?

The primary function of Curing Ovens is to create polymers. Polymer products are used in manufacturing for numerous different types of industries, include epoxies (strong adhesives), phenolics (a key ingredient in pharmaceutical drugs and detergents), polyesters (used to make bottles, films, and filters), and silicones (used in sealants, medical applications and many more).

Composite Curing Features & Options
  • Multiple vacuum ports with transducers and actuator valves
  • Vacuum pump and accumulator tank
  • Static Ports
  • Gas fired, indirect, or electric
  • Thermocouple Jack strips with up to 80 locations
  • PLC driven Controls with "Panel View" touch screens
  • Baker Furnace Digital Control Software
  • Data acquisition system and/or Paperless Chart Recorder with Flash Memory or Ethernet Cable Connection
  • Motorized damper "Cooling Fans" for systematic temperature cool down rates
  • Interior Lighting
  • Nema 4, 3 Phase Control Panel with disconnect
  • On-Site Installation and Start Up
  • Exclusive Warranty


What are Curing Ovens used for?

A Curing Oven is an industrial oven that is intended to create a chemical reaction in a material once a specific temperature is achieved. Definitions for curing offer different viewpoints on the process. Engineering and Polymer Chemistry refer to curing as the process of increasing the strength and durability of a substance. The online dictionary describes curing as the preparing or finishing of a material by means of a physical or chemical process. However, for our purposes, Merriam-Webster’s dictionary has the most accurate description referring to curing as altering a substance by physical or chemical means for the purpose of preparing it for use. Curing allows the materials to be toughened by heating individual links of the material until they can be cross-linked together into a chain; like a chain of DNA.

What to look for in a purchasing quality Curing Ovens:

The most important aspect of a curing oven is heat uniformity. Ideally, the goal is to obtain plus or minus 5° (F), but on the larger ovens plus/minus 10° is optimal. This level of uniformity is achieved by calculating the right amount of air changes per minute based on fan speed and cubic feet per minute. The larger the curing oven depth is the more fans are required. Uniformity is optimized further by engineering the flow of air through the sides and up through the vents.