New furnace from Grieve
July 21, 2011 By Grieve Corporation
Grieve Corporation introduces No. 811, a 1600 F, gas-heated, belt conveyor furnace, currently in use for forming glass in alloy molds at a customer’s facility.
Grieve Corporation introduces No. 811, a 1600 F, gas-heated, belt
conveyor furnace, currently in use for forming glass in alloy molds at a
Workspace dimensions inside this unit measure 24 inches wide by 12 feet deep by
22 inches high. Workloads travel atop a 6-inch wide, B-30-28-14, Type 314
stainless steel mesh conveyor belt with 1/4 HP motor drive, at a fixed speed
of 12 feet per minute through a 36-inch long open belt loading zone, then a 12-foot insulated heat zone with three direct-fired furnaces and a 24-inch open
1.3 million BTU per hour
The No. 811 produces 1,320,000 BTU per hour using three modulating gas burners with a
floor-mounted combustion air blower (not shown in the photo). The 7-inch thick
insulated walls are made of five inches of 2,300 F-rated ceramic fiber and two-inch block
insulation. The 6 1/2-inch thick floor insulation is made of 4-1/2 inches of 2,300 F-rated
firebrick and two-inch block insulation. Vertical lift doors at each end of
the workspace provide further insulation.
A remote, free-standing control panel (not shown in the photo) is also
included with this Grieve furnace, which features all safety equipment
required by IRI, FM and NFPA Standard 86 for gas-heated equipment.
No. 811 was entirely designed, engineered, built and fully tested by Grieve.
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