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Grieve Corp. rolled out the No. 1023, a 550ºF, electrically-heated, Class 100 cleanroom cabinet oven used for curing small rubber pieces in rotating drums at a customer's facility.
This Grieve cleanroom cabinet oven features six-inch insulated walls; Type 304, 2B stainless steel interior with half-inch inside radius corners and all seams welded, ground and polished; top-mounted heat chamber; two motorized stainless steel shafts cantilevered through the rear wall of the oven with a drum coupling device to rotate the loads; four 18-inch diameter x 18-inch deep perforated stainless steel drums with internal stirring paddles; and access doors on one end.
In addition, Grieve said the oven contains 24-inch x 24-inch x 6-inch thick HEPA fresh air filters with two-inch prefilters and two 24-inch x 24-inch x 12-inch thick stainless steel, high-temperature HEPA recirculating filters.
Grieve said the No. 1023 controls include safety equipment required for handling flammable solvents; solid state heater control relays; circuit breaker disconnect switch; automatic door switch to shut off the heaters; and drum drive when the door is opened. It also includes a minihelic pressure gauge and validation port across each set of filters on the oven.
For more information, go to www.grievecorp.com.