No grief from Grieve and its new electric heat belt conveyor easily sinters Teflon onto flat substrate.
March 7, 2016
New from Grieve, is model No. 894, a 650°F electric heat belt conveyor oven—currently used for sintering Teflon material onto flat sheets.
Featuring a compact workspace of: 30-inch W x 48-inch D x 15-inch H, the workload travels along a 24-inch wide, 1/2-inch x 1/2-inch 316 stainless steel conveyor belt, driven by a 1/4 HP motor drive, variable from 0.4 to 8.4 inches per minute.
An 18-inch long open belt loading zone, 48-inch insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow and 18-inch long open belt unloading zone area are provided.
A 60 kW total is installed in the Incoloy sheathed tubular heating elements, while a 2000 CFM, two-HP recirculating blower provides vertical upward and downward airflow to the workload.
This Grieve No. 894 oven features an aluminized steel exterior, six-inch thick insulated walls, Type 304, 2B stainless steel interior and an exhaust hood over each end of the workspace, equipped with a 12-inch diameter tubeaxil fan driven by a 1/2-HP motor.
Model No. 894 also includes a magnehelic pressure gauge on the blower outlet and exhauster outlet, a manual reset excess temperature controller with separate control contactors, recording temperature controller and SCR power controller.
The No. 894 unit is constructed to stringent JIC/NEMA 12 electrical standards.
For more information, contact: The Grieve Corporation headquartered at: 500 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois 60073-2898, U.S.