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Publication Date: 11/2003
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Reducing your oven operating costs

Do you think your oven is running at its most efficient level, or do you suspect you could make better use of it? Are your energy bills tolerable, or do they make you scratch your head and wonder where all that power went? This article gives you a number of tips on how to make the most of your oven and your utilities.

If you operate a powder coating line, you probably use an infrared [IR] or convection oven to cure the powder. The energy costs for operating this equipment can take a huge bite out of your company's bottom line. Fortunately, you can improve the efficiency of your oven in several ways.

Select the best oven for your application
By properly choosing your oven during the initial purchase, you can save big money in energy costs that will last over the service life of the equipment.

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