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6/8/2017

Electrically-Heated Walk-In Oven Used for Paint Baking

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Grieve’s No. 806 oven is a 500°F (260°C), electrically-heated walk-in oven currently used for paint baking operations at the customer’s facility.

Grieve’s No. 806 oven is a 500°F (260°C), electrically-heated walk-in oven currently used for paint baking operations at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 72" W × 96" D × 78" H.  100 kW are installed in Incoloy-sheathed tubular elements to heat the oven chamber, while a 10,000 CFM, 7½-hp recirculating blower provides combination airflow to the workload. 

The oven features 4" insulated walls, aluminized steel exterior and interior, removable top-mounted heating chamber and a fully insulated floor. The oven is built with all safety equipment required by NFPA Standard 86 for flammable solvents, including a powered forced exhauster, airflow safety switch and purge timer.  

Controls include a fused disconnect switch, digital temperature controller and manual reset excess temperature controller.

For more information, visit grievecorp.com

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