Grieve Cabinet Oven Cures Long Composite Parts
Grieve's No. 1005 cabinet oven features 4” insulated walls, aluminized steel exterior, Type 304 2B stainless steel interior and a motor-operated vertical lift door.
Grieve’s No. 1005 is an electrically heated, 350ºF (~177ºC) cabinet oven used for curing long composite parts held in fixtures. Workspace dimensions are 108” × 18” × 18”. The unit features 15kW installed in incoloy-sheathed tubular elements to heat the unit, while a 1,000-cfm, 1-hp recirculating blower provides horizontal airflow across the load.
Grieve’s No. 1005 cabinet oven is used for curing long composite parts held in fixtures.
The unit has 4”-insulated walls with an aluminized steel exterior; Type 304 2B stainless steel interior; motor-operated vertical lift door; 8” × 10” double pane Pyrex window for viewing the load; interior oven light; and a tower light to indicate oven status.
Safety equipment required for handling flammable solvents includes motorized dampers on the intake and exhaust for accelerated cooling; a 29” × 25” × 4” thick pleated fresh air filter; and a photohelic pressure gauge with alarm to monitor internal oven pressure. The company says there is also a digital programming temperature controller with tamper-proof cover, strip chart recorder and fused disconnect switch.
Better adhesion, enhanced corrosion and blister resistance, and reduced coating-part interactions make pretreatment a must.
Some that bears precious metals is, and there are a host of regulations to consider when recycling.
An overview of spraying, dipping, flow coating, and everything in between.