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3/3/2006

Belt Conveyor Oven

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No. 876 is a 500°F gas-heated belt conveyor oven, currently used for drying brass and aluminum parts at a customer's facility.

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No. 876 is a 500°F gas-heated belt conveyor oven, currently used for drying brass and aluminum parts at a customer's facility. The workspace dimensions of this unit measure 22x126x15. The workload rides through an 18-inch long open belt loading zone, 126-long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow, six-inch long open zone, 72-inch long cooling zone and a 12-inch long open unloading zone.

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