Grieve Truck Oven Used for Curing Rubber Parts

The No. 913 500°F (260°C) truck oven from Grieve is currently used for curing rubber parts hanging from the oven’s ceiling at the customer’s facility.

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The No. 913 500°F (260°C) truck oven from Grieve is currently used for curing rubber parts hanging from the oven’s ceiling at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 48" wide × 52" deep × 96" high. 24 KW are installed in Nichrome wire tubular heating elements, while a 1,000 CFM, 1-hp recirculating blower provides combination airflow.

This Grieve truck oven has 4" insulated walls and an aluminized steel interior and exterior. The ceiling of the workspace is reinforced for 200 lb. load at the customer’s support rack. It is sectioned to fit in a 5 ft.  wide × 8 ft. deep x 6 ft. 8" high elevator.

Controls on the No. 913 include a digital indicating temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors, recirculating blower air flow safety switch and a 10” diameter circular chart recorder.

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