Batch Ovens

Heavy-Duty Custom Batch Ovens Made in America

With over 100 years of combined experience, Davron designs and manufacturer’s large custom batch ovens and walk-in ovens in virtually any combination of width, height, and depth. These are not tongue and groove panel ovens like many on the market today – our batch ovens feature structural steel frames internal to the insulated walls of the oven. This construction method provides an oven of undisputed quality that is energy efficient and extremely robust that offers temperature ranges up to 1,400ᴼF.


Features can be customized depending on your needs. Typically the airflow within the heated chamber is designed with a recirculating horizontal cross-flow. They can also be equipped with a combination airflow pattern, top-down or bottom-up airflow pattern. Our batch ovens offer various heating methods, including gas, electric, infrared, and radiant heating systems.

Our batch ovens can include a dedicated cooling cycle, if required. Numerous flooring options are available such as recessed tracks to accommodate product carts, a steel plate floor or an insulated floor without tracks. Doors can be designed to accommodate any requirement and range from simple horizontal swing doors to pneumatic or hydraulic vertical doors with manual or automatic operation.

In many cases, Davron designs custom product carts and loading systems for its batch ovens. These can range from simple, manual-loaded systems to more complex, automated loading systems.

Build of Materials

Each batch oven manufactured by Davron can include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Welded structural steel framework for overall support
  • Heavy gauge aluminized or stainless steel interior sheeting and air distribution systems.
  • Seal welded interior
  • Heavy gauge paint grip exterior sheeting primed and painted with high temperature oven class paint
  • Shipped as single piece construction or bolt-together modules for ease of installation
  • No “tongue and groove” panels
  • Hinged doors are provided for access to the heated chamber
  • Accurate temperature control and temperature uniformity within the heated chamber
  • Simple digital controls for basic operation or PLC controls for complex requirements
  • Systems can communicate with plant networks if required
  • Electrical enclosure is assembled in accordance with UL508A guidelines and has a UL508A label
  • All ovens meet NFPA, OSHA, and NEC requirements
  • CE certification is available if required