Top-Loading, Electric Oven Heat Treats Components
Grieve’s top-loading oven features 6-inch insulated walls, 16-gauge aluminized steel interior and a bottom reinforced for 800-pound capacity.
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Grieve Corp.’s 500°F (260°C) top-loading, electrically heated oven can be used for heat treating parts at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions measure 96” width x 20” diameter x 20” height. Eighteen KW are installed in Incoloy heating elements, and a 2 HP blower provides back-to-front airflow to the workload.
Grieve’s top-loading oven features 6” insulated walls, 16-gauge aluminized steel interior and a bottom reinforced for 800 lb. capacity. Additional features include a heat chamber mounted below the workspace and a pneumatic “L” shaped door.
Controls on this Grieve oven include a programmable temperature controller, separate heating element control contactors, a disconnect switch and a power controller to ensure precision proportioning of electric power to heating elements.
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