Enamel Coating Oven: Enamel is a glass-like solid which is obtained by igniting the oxides. The melting temperature is applied to the metallic or casting surface after the solution exiting the mixture of certain inorganic oxides. Its main structure is a glassy material whose oxide is molten on a metal substrate. Raw material production is carried out by mixing the raw materials in a very homogeneous way and melting them into powder or granules. Melting is carried out in melting furnaces at a temperature of about 1000 – 1300 ° C. One of the necessary systems for drying the enamel applied is enamel ovens. As Strong3000, we produce enamel furnaces by following ISO and TSE standards and offer them to our customers. We sell electric and gas models in enamel furnace systems.