Wherever the going gets hot, decision makers worldwide rely on vötschtechnik® heating and drying cabinets. The world novelty HeatEvent is about to launch. Discover the many benefits and get an impression of our latest innovation.
Our innovative design allows for the largest interior volume with the smallest footprint. The proven control system S!MPAC® adds intelligence and convenience. A comprehensive security package is included so nothing burns.
For all combustible substances according to DIN EN 1539, HeatEvent F is sure to be a safe choice. We consistently rely on total control down to the smallest details and on minimising risks as far as possible.
As of when has the European standard been binding?
Since April 2016, all dryers and ovens in which combustible substances are released must comply with the standard.
When is explosion protection necessary?
Whenever an ignitable mixture of fuel and air is produced. The range, which includes all explosive mixing ratios, is defined by the upper and lower explosive limits (UEL and LEL).
What is a released combustible substance?
Gases and vapours that are released during drying and that can form an explosive mixture with air.
What is the minimum exhaust air volume flow?
A constant air volume flow which keeps the maximum concentration of released combustible substances below the maximum permissible concentration limit.
What is the main vaporisation time?
The period during which the main quantity of combustible substances is released.
What is the minimum drying temperature profile?
The lowest required drying temperature as a function of time (chamber dryer) at which the intended release of combustible substances is ensured.
What type of monitoring is required for a type A dryer?
Monitoring the minimum exhaust air volume flow, the recirculation air volume flow and monitoring the heating system in terms of exceeding the limit temperature and in terms of falling below the minimum drying temperature profile
Which solutions does HeatEvent F offer?
HeatEvent F enables the safe control of the drying and heat treatment processes by limiting the amount of solvents.
What else characterises HeatEvent F?
HeatEvent F has powerful recirculation fans for good mixing results, monitors the recirculation and exhaust air volume flows, switches off the heating system immediately after a fault by means of a flow monitor, uses an exhaust fan for the dilution principle and has a tightly welded interior housing.