Cabinets are as attractive as they are durable. Exteriors
are painted light gray and have a hard, scratch-resistant hammer finish. Doors
open with high-impact thermoplastic handles. Cabinets have heavy steel
double-wall construction. Work space is insulated from the outer cabinet with
one inch of high-density mineral wool, and interiors are made of
corrosion-resistant aluminized steel.
Quincy Lab uses quality UL and CSA recognized components in
all ovens. The control panel is equipped with an illuminated ON/OFF rocker
switch and a heat-cycle pilot light. Temperature is controlled by automatic
hydraulic or a bimetal thermostat (models 10GC & 10AF). Hydraulic models
offer convenient temperature dial markings in both centigrade and Fahrenheit.
Energy-efficient, low-watt density incoloy
sheathed elements are engineered into a compact design for quick run-up and
recovery times. Temperature uniformity is greatly improved by a perforated heat
shield which absorbs radiant heat and distributes it more evenly.
GC and AF Models
The 'GC' series gravity convection ovens are designed to
meet the laboratory needs of industry, research organizations, and schools.
Well-crafted and versatile, they are used for part drying, baking, curing,
sterilizing, evaporating, heat treating, annealing, and testing. The 'AF'
series models offer a forced air circulation allowing for a more uniform
distribution of heat throughout the chamber, which also facilitates
evaporating. Both GC and AF series ovens have a temperature range to 450o F /
232o C, and are competitively priced and offer exceptional value and