Grieve No. 916 Walk-In Oven Cures Epoxy

This oven has all safety devices required by IRI, FM and NFPA Standard 86 for gas-heated equipment.

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Grieve Corp.’s No. 916 is a gas-heated, 500°F high-capacity walk-in oven designed for curing epoxy and phenolic fiber-reinforced parts inside steel molds. The dimensions of this oven measure 120" × 144" × 84". This walk-in oven is engineered with an aluminized steel exterior and interior, 4" thick insulated walls and a removable top-mounted heat chamber. The oven body was designed to split into two sections for easier shipment, and has all safety devices required by IRI, FM and NFPA Standard 86 for gas-heated equipment, including a 325-cfm, ⅓-hp powered forced exhauster. 

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