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7/22/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: LEWCO

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LEWCO (Sandusky, OH, US) will exhibit its line of industrial ovens, including batch ovens, conveyor ovens, field assembled ovens and drum/tote heaters.

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LEWCO (Sandusky, OH, US) will exhibit its line of industrial ovens, including batch ovens, conveyor ovens, field assembled ovens and drum/tote heaters. The company's control packages are designed in-house by experienced controls engineers, and include temperature management via simple microprocessor instruments, or LEWCO’s proprietary software package that is easily customizable to meet a wide range of customer requirements. An extensive list of standard options are available, including but not limited to: vacuum ports and pumps, transducers, thermocouple jack panels and data acquisition hardware/software. Control packages are available to meet many industry standards, such as AMS2750 and BAC5621 requirements. Ovens meet even the most stringent performance requirements for government and aerospace applications. Temperature uniformity is achieved due to LEWCO's plenum design and effective airflow distribution techniques. The company holds ISO 9001 certification, Six Sigma and service/quality initiatives, and performs root-cause analysis to continuously improve our manufacturing process.
Senior applications engineer Lou Schaefer will be available during the CAMX show. 

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