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12/19/2019

Grieve Cabinet Oven Cures Long Composite Parts

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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.

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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.

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.

 

 

 

 

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