Product News: Thermal & Heating Equipment

Electrically Heated Walk-In Oven reaches up to 500°F.

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July 23, 2014 - Suitable for curing large parts in molds, No. 1032 has workspace dimensions of 62 x 79 x 45 in., 60 kW installed in Incoloy-sheathed tubular elements to heat oven chamber, and 6,000 cfm, 5 hp recirculating blower that provides combination airflow to workload. Elements of construction include 6 in. insulated walls, aluminized steel exterior and interior, 62 x 45 in. front access doors, fully insulated floor, and integral leg stand. Two-lane roller conveyor inside and outside oven aids loading.

Grieve Corporation, The

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

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500°F Walk-In Oven from Grieve

Press release date: July 22, 2014

No. 1032 is a 500ºF, electrically-heated walk-in oven from Grieve, currently used to cure large parts in molds at the customer’s facility.  Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 62” W x 79” D x 45” H.  60 kW are installed in Incoloy-sheathed tubular elements to heat the oven chamber, while a 6000 CFM, 5-HP recirculating blower provides combination airflow to the workload.

This Grieve walk-in oven features 6” insulated walls, aluminized steel exterior and interior, a two-lane roller conveyor inside and outside the oven for loading, top-mounted heating chamber, electrically-operated vertical lift door at the rear of the oven, 62” W x 45” H front access doors, fully insulated floor and integral leg stand.

Controls on No. 1032 include a digital indicating temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors, SCR power controller, recirculating blower airflow safety switch and fused disconnect switch.

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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