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Old May 5th, 2012, 06:31 AM   #1
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Phoenix Dryrod Electrode Oven 16C

I have a like new Phoenix Dryrod Electrode Stabilizing Oven. This is the type 300 Model 16CType 300 Electrode Oven


Circular shape heats interior evenly, natural air currents direct moisture toward vents at the top of the door. Two inch glass fiber batt insulation and reflective heat resistant silicone/aluminum interior paint for minimum heat loss. Tubular, metal-sheathed twin heating elements clamp to upright struts on bottom of oven, providing fast easy heat.. no danger of "shorting." Easy maintenance.


Oven shelves can be removed for the drying of wire coils and the pre-heat and post-heat of welded parts. Adjustable thermostatic control temperature control, pilot light indicates "heat on," recessed guard case protects controls. Single-action door latch opens easily, closes positively, and can be padlocked. Accessories: Stacking Provision for Type 300 OvensStacking permits two Type 300 ovens to occupy the same floor space as one. Stacking lugs (factory installed only) on lower oven bolt to feet of any Type 300 oven, whether in the field or newly ordered. Thermometer Kit for Type 300 and 900 Ovens Kit mounts in door of oven. Easily installed in the field. Factory installation available with original order. Temp. range from 100 to 500F

Asking $450.00 OBO
810 614-5392

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