Grieve Corp. has introduced several ovens:
• No. 1003 gas-fired, walk-in stove is designed for drying molded fiber-reinforced parts, such as large automotive components. A modulating natural gas burner heats the oven chamber, while a recirculating blower provides upward air flow from a duct beneath the loading truck to the workload. The walk-in oven has four-inch-thick insulated walls.
• No. 900 gas-fired, floor-level cabinet oven for drying polycarbonate plastics. The oven has four-inch insulated walls, a recirculating blower and a force exhauster.
• No. 972 is an electrically heated two-zone belt conveyor oven used by a customer to cure a coating onto plastics sheets. The oven's travel area includes a 36-inch long open belt loading zone, two insulated heating zones with independent recirculated airflow and temperature control, plus a open-belt unloading zone. The belt-driven conveyor can run at variable speeds from one to 20 feet per minute.
Grieve is based in Round Lake, Ill.
Tel. 847-546-8225, fax 847-546-9210, email [email protected].