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7/11/2017

850°F Walk-In Oven Used for Heat Treating, Baking Varnish

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Grieve’s No. 852 850°F (454°C), high-temperature, walk-in oven is currently used for heat treating and baking varnish at the customer’s facility.

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Grieve’s No. 852 850°F (454°C), high-temperature, walk-in oven is currently used for heat treating and baking varnish at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of the oven measure 60" W × 96" D × 72" H. 120 kW are installed in Incoloy-sheathed tubular heating elements, while a 7,800 cfm, 5-hp recirculating blower provides combination airflow to the workload.

This Grieve oven features 8" insulated walls and a 4" insulated floor. Additional features include an aluminized steel interior and exterior and safety equipment for handling flammable solvents, including explosion venting door hardware.

Controls on the No. 852 include a digital indicating temperature controller and manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors.

For more information, visit grievecorp.com

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