Grieve Truck Oven Used to Cure Large Batches of Fuses

Originally titled 'Truck Oven Used to Cure Large Batches of Fuses'

Designed for curing large batches of industrial fuses, Grieve’s No. 826 500°F electric walk-in oven is a modified version of the company’s standard model WRH566-500 oven.

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Designed for curing large batches of industrial fuses, Grieve’s No. 826 500°F electric walk-in oven is a modified version of the company’s standard model WRH566-500 oven. It features workspace dimensions measuring 54 × 72 × 72 inches and 30 kW of power installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, while a 4,200-cfm, 3-hp recirculating blower provides horizontal airflow across the workload.

The oven has an aluminized steel interior and exterior, 4-inch insulated walls, a 2-inch insulated floor with two pairs of truck wheel guide tracks, two independent doors on the oven front opening with a removable mullion, and two shelf trucks with 10 shelf supports on 6-inch centers. Safety features include a digital programming temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate heating element control contactors, recirculating blower airflow safety switch, 10-inch diameter circular chart recorder and a 30-hr shutdown timer. 

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