Low-temperature furnaces for rubber vulcanization

Vulcanization is the process of converting a plastic rubber or rubber compound into an elastic rubber (rubber) and gives the rubber its elastic properties. The most common vulcanization of rubber parts is carried out with a vulcanizing agent (e.g. sulfur, possibly peroxides, etc.) at temperatures of 150–220 °C. In most cases, forced convection chamber furnaces are used for the process involved. Vulcanization is normally followed by a post-vulcanization process. Our low-temperature hot-air chamber furnaces adapted for the rubber industry can be successfully used for the properly controlled course of both processes.
Range of working temperatures for the technological process:
Set the range of temperatures you need for the production or heat treatment of your products. Then, you’ll find a list below of the furnaces with operational temperatures in this range.
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