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11/10/2015

Grieve’s No. 975 Removes Deposits

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No. 975 controls include a digital indicating temperature controller and manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors.

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Grieve’s No. 975 oven is a 1,250°F (676°C) electrically-heated cabinet currently used for heating metal parts to remove deposits at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 50" W × 50" D × 50" H. The cabinet oven features 10" insulated walls and an insulated floor reinforced for 1,000-lb loading with a ¼" thick, Type 304 stainless steel plate. No. 975 controls include a digital indicating temperature controller and manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors.

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