Grieve 550°F Belt Conveyor Oven Used for Curing Sealant
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Grieve’s No. 892 is a 500°F (260°C) electrically heated belt conveyor oven currently used for curing sealant on filters at a customer’s facility.
Grieve’s No. 892 is a 500°F (260°C) electrically heated belt conveyor oven currently used for curing sealant on filters at a customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions are 18" × 32" × 26" ×, and 36 kW are installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, while a 1,500-cfm, 1 -1/2-hp recirculating blower provides vertical downward airflow to the workload.The oven has an 18"-long open-belt loading zone and a 24"-long unloading zone. Other features include a 12"-long insulated, unheated entrance vestibule; 32"-long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow; 12"-long insulated, unheated exit vestibule; 12"" × 1" × 1" stainless steel flat-wire conveyor belt with 1/4-hp motor drive, variable from 0.6 to 11.7 ipm; 4" insulated walls; and aluminized steel interior and exterior. Controls include a digital indicating temperature controller, 10"-diameter circular chart recorder and SCR power controller.
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