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JEC World 2018 preview: Eisenmann

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E2E – End to End Oxidation Oven


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Eisenmann Thermal Solutions GmbH & Co. KG will introduce the new E2E – End to End Oxidation Oven at JEC World 2018 (Mar 6-8, Paris, France) in Hall 5A, Stand N61. This innovative new design maintains the parallel airflow preferred by many heavy tow producers and is also used for the production of small tows.

The design of the E2E oxidation oven has no center plenum eliminating fiber catenary issues. Maintenance and cleaning efforts have also been reduced improving production uptime.
Hybrid heat systems can also be incorporated into the design while still maintaining the smallest footprint in the industry. The E2E oxidation oven also reduces the overall operational costs. Along with the lowest capital investment, the innovative technology provides our customers with the lowest cost of ownership in the industry.


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