7/3/2006 | 1 MINUTE READ

650ºF Conveyor Oven for Soldering

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650ºF ELECTRIC BELT CONVEYOR OVEN FROM GRIEVE No. 851 is a 650ºF electrically-heated belt conveyor oven from Grieve, currently used for soldering metal parts at a customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 18" wide x 96" deep x 15" high.

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650ºF ELECTRIC BELT CONVEYOR OVEN FROM GRIEVE No. 851 is a 650ºF electrically-heated belt conveyor oven from Grieve, currently used for soldering metal parts at a customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 18" wide x 96" deep x 15" high. A 2’ long open belt loading zone, two 4’ long insulated heat zones with independent recirculated airflow and temperature control, 1’ long open zone, 12’ long cooling zone and 2’ long open belt unloading zone constitute the full heat processing system of this Grieve oven. 60KW installed in Nichrome wire heating elements provide the heat, while two 1000 CFM, 2-HP recirculating blowers furnish downward vertical airflow to the workloads. This Grieve oven features 5" insulated walls, an aluminized steel exterior, Type 304 stainless steel interior, two 16" diameter tubeaxial fans, each driven by a 3/4-HP motor to push/pull air through the cooling zone, as well as a 12" wide, 1" x 1" high carbon steel flat wire conveyor belt with 1/4-HP motor drive, variable speed from 1.3 to 25.3 ipm. Safety and control equipment on-board No. 851 include a digital indicating temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors, recirculating blower airflow safety switch and fused disconnect switch. For more information, please contact: THE GRIEVE CORPORATION, 500 Hart Road, Round Lake, Il 60073-2898. Phone:(847)546-8225. Fax: (847)546-9210. Web: www.grievecorp.com. Email: sales@grievecorp.com. Attention: Frank Calabrese.


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