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Heller 788
    1. In-line automation increases productivity by eliminating the labor needed to load and unload batch ovens.
    2. It improves process consistency, and therefore quality, by reducing the time and temperature variations caused by the frequent opening of batch oven doors.
    3. And, as floor allocation costs rise on all factory floors... and particularly in clean rooms... a vertical format oven requires as little as six feet of floorspace for cure cycles as long as four hours.


  • Heller Vertical format ovens consume unused air space, not valuable floor space.
  • Versatile Heller in-line cure ovens transport standard to ultra-thin boards.
  • Replace up to three batch ovens with one Heller 788 oven
  • Easy-open side doors provide rapid access to product, when required.
  • Forced convection heating ensures consistent, uniform cure profiles.
Heller's in-line continuous epoxy cure ovens provide:
Curing cycle time of up to four hours in footprints as small as 72 inches (183 cm).
Customized heights of 7, 8, 9, and 10 feet (213, 244, 274, and 305 cm) to meet any throughput requirement.
Four-zone heating with independent time and temperature controls for single and double step profiling.
Stainless steel mechanism for high temperature strength, low maintenance.
Cooling zone capability.
Class 1,000 or 10,000 cleanroom compatibility - quoted upon request.
Air or nitrogen atmosphere.
Six-thermocouple profiling capability and optional pyrometers.
Conveyor width adjustable from two to 18 inches (5-46 cm) for PCBs, Auer boats, JEDEC trays and recalculating pallets.
Pitch between product carriers may be specified from 3/8 to 1 ½ inches (9.5-38 mm) in 3/8-inch (9.5 mm) increments.
Magazine loader interface.
User-friendly Windows™ software.
Easy eye-level access to internal controls.
SMEMA compatibility, Meets CE standards.
Optional KIC profiler for 24-hours process monitoring.
Breakdown design for ease in shipping/setup of tall ovens.
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