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  • Oven Parts and Numbers

    Hey guys,
    I am posting some information to help build ovens, this is based on our 4X4X6 oven we are using now. We spent $1300, compared to $10,000 for a new one. The only things not listed are misc screws, sealant, and steel (which ran 600) 2X2 16 gauge box tube and 20 Gauge steel for the skins.

    Enclosure 18x18x8
    75065k43
    60.82

    Contactor 240V 3-pole
    6564k83
    55.26

    Main disconnect Panel Mount
    6759k233
    53.48

    Power Distribution Block
    7626k33
    37.02

    Thermostat
    Digital
    38615k11
    188.42

    Dial-IF DIDGITAL IS NOT WANTED
    33215k22
    92.12 connector # 7122k19 4.20 needed for operation

    Thermo coupler
    Type J
    3871k91
    37.22

    Mineral wool
    #9328K43

    Gasket
    #8815K42

    Fan from Grainer
    4MH08
    I have a PDF of the 3-phase Delta wiring if you email me, the file is too large to post in here. I also have oven pictures of the finished products. We have built 4 more since we finished ours and have sold them for $4,000 ready to go. This info should help some people build their own at a reasonable price. We use the Hot coat professional gun, as well as a sandblating cabinets to prep the parts. We sell our mobility products retail, and have had no complaints or problems with the coatings.
    [email protected]
    Ed

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    Re: Oven Parts and Numbers

    Sorry, the elements weren't on the last thread. We used 240V 1500W elements 6 in all. McMaster part# 3576k19
    They have other elements up to 4150W finned. They are "strip heaters" and are commercial quality. The finned elements are 120V or 240V

    Ed

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