Product News: Thermal & Heating Equipment

Electrically Heated Universal Style Oven has 2 compartments.

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June 25, 2014 - Able to reach 500°F, No. 978 provides 30 x 36 x 36 in. workspace in each of 2 heating zones. There are 6.6 KW per zone (13.2 KW total) installed in Nichrome wire elements to heat oven chamber, while 600 cfm, ½ hp recirculating blower provides front-to-rear universal airflow to workload. Elements of construction include 4 in. insulated walls; aluminized steel exterior; Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior; and double doors. Multiple controls are also included.

Grieve Corporation, The

500 Hart Rd., Round Lake, IL, 60073-2898, USA

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Two-Compartment Universal Oven from Grieve

Press release date: June 24, 2014

No. 978 is a 500ºF, electrically-heated, two-compartment universal style oven from Grieve, currently used for various machine shop operations at the customer’s facility.  Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 30” W x 36” D x 36” H in each of the two heating zones.  6.6 KW per zone (13.2 KW total) are installed in Nichrome wire elements to heat the oven chamber, while a 600 CFM, 1/2-HP recirculating blower provides front-to-rear universal airflow to the workload.

This Grieve universal oven features 4” insulated walls, aluminized steel exterior, Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior, double doors and an integral leg stand.

Controls on No. 978 include a digital indicating temperature controller in each compartment of the oven, manual reset excess temperature controllers with separate contactors, recirculating blower airflow safety switches and a 10” diameter circular chart recorder, one per compartment, to record part temperatures.

For more information, please contact: THE GRIEVE CORPORATION, 500 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois 60073-2835 USA.  Phone: (847) 546-8225.  Fax: (847) 546-9210.  Web: www.grievecorp.com. Email: sales@grievecorp.com. Attention: Frank Calabrese.

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