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Grieve Electric Cabinet Oven Offers Vertical Upward Airflow

No. 929 is used for various heat processing.
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Grieve’s No. 929 is an electrically heated, 500°F cabinet oven with vertical airflow, which can be used for various heat processes. Workspace dimensions are 26 × 38 × 50. The unit features a 700-cfm, 1/2-hp recirculating blower that provides a vertical upward airflow to as many as 16 shelves inside the oven workspace.

It also includes an aluminized steel exterior, Type 304 stainless steel interior, brushed stainless steel control panel face, heavy duty door and door frame with explosion-venting latches and 4” insulated walls. It also features a digital indicating temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors and a recirculating blower airflow safety switch.

Grieve electric vertical airflow cabinet oven.

Grieve electric vertical airflow cabinet oven.

 

 

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