Top-loading oven

  • 17-Nov-2009 12:15 EST
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Grieve’s No. 1007 electrically heated, 500°F top-loading oven is used for curing composite components. Workspace dimensions are 26.5 X 2 X 2.5 ft. Nichrome wire heating elements with 60 kW and three 3-hp recirculating blowers totaling 9000 ft3/min provide horizontal rear-to-front airflow. The oven features 4-in insulated walls, aluminized steel interior and exterior, motor-operated rear-hinged door, and compressed air manifold with eight connections. The unit meets NEMA 12 electrical standards and its floor is reinforced for 5000 lb loading to support fixtures. Controls include a digital programming temperature controller, 16-point strip chart recorder, and machine status tower light.

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