Indexing Chain Conveyor Oven has 650°F max temperature.
May 25, 2011 -
Used for processing pallets of PVC parts on mandrels, electrically heated No. 874 features 42 x 84 x 15 in. workspace and 40 kW installed in Incoloy sheathed tubular heating elements. Zones include 2 ft long open belt loading zone, 7 ft long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow, and 4 ft long open unloading zone. Along with 5 in. insulated walls and aluminized steel interior/exterior features incldue 4,200 cfm, 3 hp recirculating blower and 325 cfm powered forced exhauster.
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Grieve Corporation, The
500 Hart Rd.
Round Lake, IL, 60073-2898
650°F Indexing Chain Conveyor Oven
No. 874 is an electrically-heated 650°F(~343.3°C) indexing chain conveyor oven from Grieve, currently used for processing pallets of PVC parts on mandrels. 40 KW are installed in Incoloy sheathed tubular heating elements. Workspace dimensions are 42" wide x 84" deep x 15" high.
The oven has 5" insulated walls and an aluminized steel interior and exterior. It features three zones: 2' long open belt loading zone, 7' long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow and 4' long open unloading zone. The mandrels holding product move through the oven on two strands of 60 pitch roller chain on 35" centers, powered by a ¼ HP motor drive with fixed speed of 32 inches per minute.
A 4200 CFM, 3-HP recirculating blower provides vertical downward airflow to the workload, while a 325 CFM powered forced exhauster is also onboard. Motor operated vertical lift doors are provided at each end of the oven.
Controls onboard No. 874 include SCR power controller and fused disconnect switch. A PLC controls temperature and conveyor indexing.
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: email@example.com. Attention: Frank Calabrese.