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3/1/2004

Walk-in oven for curing epoxy composite parts

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The Grieve Corp.'s (Round Lake, Ill., U.S.A.) No. 916 gas-heated, walk-in oven is designed to cure epoxy composite parts inside steel molds. The 800,000 BTU/hr natural-gas oven measures 3m/10-ft wide by 3.7m/12-ft deep by 2.1m/7-ft high and features a 24,500 cfm, 20-hp recirculating blower and a 325 cfm, 1/3-hp forced

The Grieve Corp.'s (Round Lake, Ill., U.S.A.) No. 916 gas-heated, walk-in oven is designed to cure epoxy composite parts inside steel molds. The 800,000 BTU/hr natural-gas oven measures 3m/10-ft wide by 3.7m/12-ft deep by 2.1m/7-ft high and features a 24,500 cfm, 20-hp recirculating blower and a 325 cfm, 1/3-hp forced exhaust. The oven's 4-inch thick insulated walls are surfaced with aluminized steel on the exterior and interior. Features include a programmable digital temperature controller, a removable, top-mounted heat chamber (shown removed in the photo), and all safety devices required by IRI, FM and NFPA Standard 86 for gas-heated equipment.

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