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Genlab Large Capacity Heavy Duty Industrial Oven HDO/2700/250

Stock No
Year of Manufacture
From a working environment, Good Condition, Current Model
Internal Size (WxDxH mm) [?]
1250 x 1250 x 1725 approx.
Max Temp
250°C 24kW // 35 Amps / phase
Other Info
Stainless Steel Lined plus Load Trolley
Our Central Warehouse, Aldridge, UK
Weight (kgs)
External Dimensions (WxDxH mm) [?]
1960 x 1400 x 2500
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This Genlab Heavy Duty Oven (HDO) suits most industrial applications for the controlled warming and drying of products. 

Built around a heavy duty paneled framework, these ovens offer increased load capability in this range. Custom built shelves and a bespoke trolley and racking systems are fitted to suit a wide range of applications. Constructed from a powder coated heavy duty framework which is fitted with powder coated panels and a minimum of 65mm high density insulation. The interior chamber is made from mild steel coated with aluminium. Fan circulation with roof mounted fan.


  • 2 Stainless steel shelves,  10 shelf runners plus a floor mounted meshed trolley on casters.
  • Double doors.
  • Eurotherm 2604 program controller.
  • Eurotherm 2132 overtemperature controller.
  • Roof mounted air circulation fan.
  • Insulated track floor.
  • Incoloy sheathed heating elements.
  • Internal safety door release handle.
  • Roof vent.

Purpose of Airflow in Ovens

A popular feature among our range of industrial and laboratory ovens, air circulation is essential for many heat treatments and processes, but it isn’t necessary for all. Seen most typically in high precision ovens for improved temperature accuracy, installing an air circulation system in an oven will distribute the heated air around the oven for a tighter temperature uniformity inside the chamber.

Common Heat Treatments That Use Industrial Ovens & Furnaces

Heat treatment is a controlled process of heating and cooling materials in order to improve its properties, performance, and strength typically made up of three main steps. Firstly heating the metal to a specific temperature, soaking or maintaining the specific temperature for a certain amount of time, and cooling to a suitable rate following prescribed methods.

There are seven main techniques used for the heat treatment of materials, and all affect material in different way. These techniques are:

  1. Normalising
  2. Annealing
  3. Tempering
  4. Hardening
  5. Ageing
  6. Stress Relieving
  7. Carburisation

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Photographs taken prior refurbishment. Our refurbishment service is not available on all machines.