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This walk-in oven is designed to process flammable solvents

By Chemical Engineering |

The Grieve Corp.

The Grieve Corp.

The No. 1003 gas-fired walk-in oven (photo) is intended for drying molded fiber parts. The 500°F oven features 4-in.-thick insulated walls and an aluminized steel exterior. The oven’s interior is stainless steel with continuously welded seams and insulated floor. No. 1003 has all safety equipment onboard to process flammable solvents, as required for gas-heated equipment, including a forced exhauster and purge timer. Additionally, controls on this oven include a digitally programmable temperature controller, a digital shutdown timer with an audible alarm, a fused disconnect switch and an eight-point internal-thermocouple jack panel wired to the face of the control panel. — The Grieve Corp., Round Lake, Ill.

www.grievecorp.com

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