Curing Ovens

Curing ovens are used to heat cure parts after they have been coated with powder. 

In various sizes & combinations

Heating by 

  • electricity, gas, diesel / oil,  infrared

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Batch oven dimensions & price overview


Standard sizes are price competitive and faster to produce. (special dimensions available)

Length 1 to 7 meter  / 3 to 23ft

Please check dimensions at below table. 


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Curing ovens are used to heat cure parts after they have been coated with powder. These ovens come in various sizes and can be powered by electricity or gas. The size of the oven needed will depend on the size of the parts being coated and the volume of production. Smaller ovens are suitable for small- or medium-sized parts and can fit on a benchtop or in a shop corner. Larger ovens are available for industrial-scale production. The temperature and duration of the curing process will vary depending on the type of powder coating being used. Most powders require a curing temperature of between 320-360°F / 160-180°C and a curing time of 10 to 20 minutes. 

However, some powders may require higher temperatures or longer curing times. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions to achieve the best results.


electric powdercoat oven
Electric powered batch oven

Express batch oven

Loading over

  • Trolley or
  • Conveyor track / hanging rails

Powder coating oven with rails

industrial powder oven
Powder coat oven dimensions and options

Special dimensions and options


Separating doors, sliding doors, folding doors on both sides

Rails, beams, all variants available.

Or ask for your desired size!

Up to 200°C or 450°C


In addition to curing ovens, there are other types of equipment that can be used to cure powder coatings. Infrared lamps can be used to heat cure small parts or touch up larger parts that have been cured in an oven. These lamps emit infrared radiation, which is absorbed by the powder coating, causing it to melt and flow.

Overall, curing ovens play an essential role in the powder coating process. They provide the heat needed to cure the coating, resulting in a smooth, durable, and long-lasting finish. Whether you are a DIYer or a professional, there is a curing oven available to meet your needs.








TypeA widthB heightC depth

Coating oven components

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Components curing oven with gas burner

Batch oven

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  • Trolley
  • Rail
  • Both






Air convection powder oven

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Convection oven, several fans

  • Electrical
  • Gas / oil burner, indirect
  • Direct combustion burner
  • Hybrid, electrical or gas heating



  • Precise control with multiple sensors
  • Best possible insulation



Electric powered coating oven components

gas oil powered powder oven
  1. Control unit
  2. Control cabinet
  3. Heating unit
  4. Insulating wall
  5. Circulation fan
  6. Exhaust fan
  7. Air canal
  8. Exhaust fan
  9. Heating unit
  10. Workpiece
  11. Horde trolley
  12. Rail




25+ years of manufacturing experience


Is it worth converting curing ovens?

Frequently asked: Is electric heating cheaper than with a gas burner or oil burner?


As of November 1, 2022, new customer prices HH (commercial or industrial prices in % similar)

One kilowatt hour of electricity costs 48 cents
Gas / oil 21 cents

Assuming the stove requires 100 kW of heating energy with the gas burner.
20.10 € per hour

An electrically heated oven will require 90kW.
43.20 € per hour

A conversion is therefore not worthwhile.

Which manufacturer of powder ovens?

Independent test results from several powder coating manufacturers are available:

Perfect temperature uniformity


Delivery in only approx. 6 weeksn

Optimised production line in the factory

Visits possible by appointment




Dimensions inner


Usable area in meter

Usable area in meter
TypA BreiteB HöheC Tiefe

Indicative offer 6 meter powdercoat oven

Internal dimensions = working area = maximum workpiece size
Length x width x depth = 6 x 1.5 x 1.8 m
External dimensions approx. (depending on installation) = 7.7 x 1.8 x 2.15 m

approx. 16 m³, calculated heating capacity of the gas burner: 140kW, temp. max. 205°C

Wall channels reinforced and with 150mm 100kg/m³

Rock wool, perfectly insulated
Air output 17,000 m³/h with 2 x 2.2kW motors, 3P 50Hz, 400V

2x hinged doors
Rail on the floor for tray trolleys
(sliding doors or overhead conveyors also possible)
Heat-resistant fans for recirculation and exhaust air
Overheating protection

Clear control system, analog is perfectly adequate, as regulation in this temperature range is technically very easy to implement 
Digital (Siemens) also possible on request for temperatures up to 450°C           

Burner chimney and air ducts are not included in the scope of delivery, as these always have different shapes on site depending on requirements

Actual € pricelist here




Powdercoat oven with horde wagon

Smallest - 1,1m

small powder oven

For 6x wheel rims

powder oven for wheels

Inner 7 x 1,5 x 1,8 m

powder oven 7 meter

4m heat unit rear

powder oven combustion chamber


4 meter

powder oven 4 meter

Double wing doors

powder oven doors

For trolley car

powder oven trolley batch

Separate in middle save energie

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Powder ovens with rail system

5x Rail system with transport trolley

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powder oven oil burner

Powder oven control analog

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Perfect control of the air flow

Homogeneous air distribution

Precise control up to 200°C

Multiple sensors 


Digital powder oven control

Digitale Steuerung Pulverofen

PLC digital up to 450°C

PLC = programmable logic controller



Continuous oven with Rail system

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powdercoat oven uv-light curing
Special infrared + ultraviolet powder curing oven by powceq

Heating Types


Convection oven, several fans

  • Electric
  • Gas / oil burner, indirect
  • Gas direct combustion burner
  • Hybrid, heats electric or by indirect burner


Energy Saving Heating Types


Infrared oven, no fans

  • Electric infrared
  • Natural gas catalytic infrared long-wavelength
  • Ultraviolet light
catalytic infrared oven
Catalytic infrared curing oven

Catalytic infrared benefits


Integrating an infrared oven to a automatic powder coating line:

• Increases production by 50%
• Improves product quality
• Reduces natural gas consumption by 25% annually
• Achieves a 3-year simple payback



FAQ - Questions & answers about powder ovens

A powder oven works on the principle of convection and radiant heat. This means that the heat in the oven is transferred to the workpieces to be coated by the movement of the air and the direct transfer of heat. This melts the powder and hardens it on the workpieces.

This includes reducing temperatures through longer dwell times, optimising the air flow and air distribution systems, using energy-efficient fan motors and frequency converters and recycling existing heat. For example, the excess heat generated by components can be used for other purposes.

Gas, oil and electricity can be used as heating media.

Let's assume it is 4m long and WxH inside 1.5 x 1.8m. This will require a maximum of 100kW heating power, but on average it will consume 60kWh. Converted 6m³/h x 1.40€ per cubic meter. Or 6 x 10kWh x 14 cents. So 8.40€ / hour at outside temperature 20C, heating temperature 160C.

About 25 minutes. It could be quicker, but the trick is to work with the ideal heating system and save energy.

Around 6 weeks for standard sizes. We are also months faster than our competitors for special projects.