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10/13/2014

Heat Treating Walk-In Oven Cures Paint and Varnish

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Grieve introduces its heat-treating, high temperature walk-in oven, designed to cure paint and varnish.

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Grieve introduces its heat-treating, high temperature walk-in oven, designed to cure paint and varnish. Its maximum operating temperature is 1,100°F and contains workspace dimensions of 9' x 9' x 9', with an 8" insulated floor with truck wheel guide tracks. It is made of Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior.

The Incoloy-sheathed tubular heating runs on 240 kW of power, and a 24,500 cfm, 20 hp recirculating blower provides combination airflow for maximum efficiency.

The oven’s inner gasket seals directly against door plug, and the outer gasket seals directly against the front face of oven, and also features safety equipment for handling flammable solvents.

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