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3/4/2011

Double oven for curing, preheating

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Precision Quincy has announced the launch of Model 49C‐650D, a dual-chamber, electrically heated oven, available in NFPA 86 Class A or Class B configuration.

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Precision Quincy (Woodstock, Ill.) has announced the launch of Model 49C-650D, a dual-chamber, electrically heated oven, available in NFPA 86 Class A and Class B configurations. It features two independent oven chambers (stacked one above the other), each with separate controls, but sharing a single-damper exhaust system. The unit weighs 1,180 lb/535 kg. Each oven measures 32 inches long by 18 inches deep by 18 inches high (813 mm by 457 mm by 457 mm). The oven heating system can maintain a maximum temperature of 650°F/343°C. An optional, matching, heavy-duty stand provides a base that adds an extra 24 inches/610 mm to the overall height of the oven.

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