Wisconsin Oven develops control system for composite curing ovens
The Premium Control System optimizes composite curing for aerospace and other applications.
Source | Wisconsin Oven
Wisconsin Oven Corp. (East Troy, Wis., U.S.) has developed a Premium Control System for use on its composite curing ovens, designed to provide users optimal control and data acquisition capabilities. Designed to optimize the curing process in composites processing, the Premium Control System is used by customers in aerospace and other industries where process control is extremely critical. Throughout the technology’s development, Wisconsin Oven worked with aerospace industry leaders to ensure that the system would meet the needs of customers processing composite material.
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