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2/27/2004

Electrically-Heated Oven

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No. 798 is an electrically-heated universal oven with a maximum operating temperature currently used for drying precious metal concentrates.

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No. 798 is an electrically-heated universal oven with a maximum operating temperature currently used for drying precious metal concentrates. This unit has workspace dimensions of 36x48x36 inches. A 12-Kw heat input is installed in nichrome wire heating elements, with four-inch insulated walls throughout the oven. A 600-cfm, 1/2-hp recirculating blower with variable speed drive control provides horizontal front to back airflow across the workloads. The oven features a Type 316, 2B finish stainless steel interior and positive locking door hardware with a lockable handle.

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