High-Temp Electric Walk-in Oven

With a maximum operating temperature of 1100°F, this high-temperature walk-in oven from Grieve (No. 804) is for heat treating and curing paint and varnish.

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With a maximum operating temperature of 1100°F, this high-temperature walk-in oven from Grieve (No. 804) is for heat treating and curing paint and varnish.

The oven has workspace dimensions of 9 x 9 x 9 feet, a 240 kW installed Incoloy sheathed tubular heating element, a 24,500 CFM, 20 HP recirculating blower providing combination airflow, and a finished stainless steel interior. 

 

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