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6/19/2015

500°F Oven Features Electric Belt Conveyor

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This Grieve oven features insulated walls, a Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior, stainless steel exterior and a stainless steel flat wire conveyor belt.

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No. 853 is a 500°F electrically-heated belt conveyor oven from Grieve, currently used for curing coating and heat shrinking plastics.

Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 30" × 96" × 24" high. The full heat processing system consists of a 2-foot long open belt loading zone, 8-foot long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow and 2 ½-foot long open belt unloading zone. Heat is provided by 48 kW installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, while a 4,200 CFM, 3-HP recirculating blower furnishes vertical downward airflow to the load.

This Grieve oven features 4" insulated walls, a Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior, stainless steel exterior with No. 4 brush finish, as well as a 24" wide, 1" × 1" Type 304 stainless steel flat wire conveyor belt with ¼-HP motor drive and variable speed from 0.9 to 17.6 ipm. A side door allows access to the unit’s workspace.

The No. 853 safety and control equipment includes PVC electrical conduit, a remote control panel, 325 CFM stainless steel powered forced exhauster, six-point thermocouple jack panel through the oven wall, digital indicating temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors and a recirculating blower airflow safety switch.

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