Product News: Chemical Processing & Waste Management
Natural Gas Belt Conveyor Oven reaches temperatures to 350°F.
Press Release Summary:
April 23, 2014 - Along with 1,650,000 BTU installed in modulating natural gas burner to heat oven chamber, No. 864 features workspace dimensions of 6 ½ x 35 x 1 ½ ft and 24,500 cfm, 20 hp recirculating blower that provides vertical downward airflow to workload. Design includes 5 ft open belt loading zone, 35 ft insulated heat zone, and 1 ft open belt unloading zone. At 6 ft wide, 1 x 1 in. galvanized steel flat wire conveyor belt with ¼ hp motor drive, variable from 5–50 fph, transports workload.
Original Press Release
350°F Belt Conveyor Oven from Grieve
Press release date: April 22, 2014
This Grieve oven features a 5’ long open belt loading zone, 35’ long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow and 1’ long open belt unloading zone, plus 4” insulated walls, aluminized steel interior and exterior. A 6’ wide, 1” x 1” galvanized steel, flat wire conveyor belt with ¼ HP motor drive, variable from 5 to 50 feet per hour, transports the workload. Side access doors are provided along the length of the workspace to inspect the load and service the heating chamber.
All safety equipment required by IRI, FM and NFPA Standard 86 for gas-heated equipment are provided on this belt conveyor oven, including a 1500 CFM, 2 HP powered forced exhauster.
Controls on No. 864 include a conveyor belt start/stop, digital indicating current proportioning temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller, variable SCR drive to control conveyor belt speed, pilot lights to indicate when blower and heat are energized, pushbutton electronic ignition, on-off heat switch and main oven control pushbuttons. The NEMA 12 control panel is equipped with a lockable 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: email@example.com. Attention: Frank Calabrese.