Industrial ovens are environmental chambers heated to extreme temperatures in order to dry, cure, bake or otherwise manipulate with temperature components or products. Some industrial ovens are batch or ‘walk-in’ ovens, which are best for batches of materials which require the same heat treatments. Others are continuous ovens, ideal for mass-production, which maintain a heating environment for long periods to accelerate testing. One’s application decides the type of oven they will want. A chemical engineer looking for a reaction between two substances once a temperature is reached will want a curing oven. A drying oven, however, is more for those seeking to remove moisture from a substance.