1,000°F Gas-Heated Cabinet Oven Cures Metal Coatings

Grieve’s No. 887 gas-fired, 1,000°F cabinet oven is designed for curing metal coatings onto parts.

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Grieve’s No. 887 gas-fired, 1,000°F cabinet oven is designed for curing metal coatings onto parts. It features a 175,000-Btu/hr modulating natural gas burner to provide heat, while a 2,000-cfm, 2-hp stainless steel recirculating blower provides horizontal airflow across the workload.

The oven measures 38 × 38 × 38 inches and has 8-inch-thick insulated walls consisting of 2 inches of 1,900°F block and 6 inches of 10 lbs/cf density rockwool insulation. 

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