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Conveyor Oven Used for Curing Sealant

Grieve has released the No. 892, a 500°F electrically heated belt conveyor oven currently used for curing sealant on filters.

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Grieve has released the No. 892, a 500°F (260°C) electrically heated belt conveyor oven currently used for curing sealant on filters. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 18" × 32" × 26". Nichrome wire heating elements provide 36 kW of power, while a 1,500-cfm, 1½-hp recirculating blower provides vertical downward airflow to the workload.

The oven has an 18" open-belt loading zone and a 24" open unloading zone. Features include a 12" insulated, unheated entrance vestibule; a 32" insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow; and a 12" insulated, unheated exit vestibule. Additional features include a 1" × 1" × 12” stainless steel flat wire conveyor belt with a ¼-hp motor drive, variable from 0.6 to 11.7 ipm, 4" insulated walls and aluminized steel interior and exterior. The oven also has an integral leg stand with casters.

Controls on the No. 892 include a digital indicating temperature controller, a 10"-diameter circular chart recorder and an SCR power controller.