core oven

core oven

[′kȯr ‚əv·ən]
(metallurgy)
An oven used for baking cores for molding; the walls are constructed of inner and outer layers of sheet metal separated by rock wool or fiber glass insulation, with interlocked joints.
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Two robotic core oven cells process the washed cores.
Now 1925 1995(*) Shovel $2.00 $60.85 Riddle $3.00 $91.28 Snap Flasks (24x30) $43.75 $1331.16 Wheelbarrow $21.00 $639.00 Slicks (set of 10) $10.00 $304.26 Core oven (2-door) $367.00 $11,166.50 Truck ladle (6 tons) $740.00 $22,515.55 * inflation adjusted at 5% annual rate
1887 - Eli Millett invents a core oven for drying small cores in individual drawers.
Flow coating equipment included two infrared core ovens with a slat conveyor, a hydraulic flow coating mold manipulator and a flow coat station to catch, mix and dispense the coating.
Coremaking consists of six warmbox core machine cells (featuring quick-change tooling) with rotary core ovens designed and built by Waupaca.
Prominent sources of such radiant heat are melting furnaces, metal transfer ladles, holding furnaces, pouring lines, shakeout, casting sorting areas, core ovens and annealing ovens.
OAT HULLS, GROUND BG110 OIL, QUENCHING (see QUENCHING OIL) BG110 OIL BURNERS (see BURNERS, GAS, OIL) BG110 OILS, LUBRICATING (see LUBRICANTS) BG110 ODOR CONTROL, EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES BG110 OLIVINE SAND, FLOUR BG110 ORE, IRON (see IRON ORE) BG110 OVENS, ANNEALING, HEAT-TREATING (see FURNACES, HEAT-TREATING) BG110 OVENS, CORE (see CORE OVENS) BG110 OVENS, INVESTMENT, DEWAXING BG110 OVENS, LABORATORY (see LABORATORY AND TESTING EQUIPMENT) BG110 OVENS, MOLD (see MOLD OVENS) BG110 OXIDIZERS, NONFERROUS BG110 OXYGEN (see GASES, INDUSTRIAL) BG110