Quincy Hydraulic Gravity Convection Oven, 20" Width x 30" Height x 16" Depth, 120V, 1500W, 3 cu ft Capacity, Max Temp 232C

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Brand: Quincy


  • Compact, low-cost and dependable
  • Small footprint - fits in any lab; high-quality at an economical price
  • UL and CSA recognized components in all ovens
  • Inside measures 18" width by 21" height by 14" depth
  • Outside measures 20" width by 30" height by 16" depth

Publisher: Quincy

Details: Use for drying, baking, sterilizing, evaporating, heat-treating, annealing, testing, etc. Durable exterior has a hard, scratch-resistant hammer finish and cabinet has a heavy steel double-wall construction. Work space is insulated from the outer cabinet with one inch of high-density mineral wool; interior is made of corrosive-resistant aluminized steel. Control panel is equipped with an illuminated on-off rocker switch and a heat/cycle pilot light. Temperature range: 54 to 225 degree C, automatic thermostat controls temperature. Energy-efficient, low-watt density incoloy sheathed elements for quick run-up and recovery times. Perforated heat shield, which absorbs radiant heat and distributes it more evenly, greatly improves temperature uniformity. Supplied with dual-range thermometer, 50 to 550 degree F/10 to 287 degree C. All models are 60 cycle, single phase. The GC series ovens are competitively priced and offer exceptional value and reliability. Cabinets are as attractive as they are durable. 13.91 Amps. 115V, 1600W power required. Hydraulic type of thermostat.

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Wireless temp sensor replacement

Great sensor, easy to install and connect with my weather station (less than a minute)

Great Service

Ordered and delivered on time

Poor Quality

Gave 2 stars for fast shipping. Poor quality. Stabbed around 10 bales and it’s already bent. My bales are tight, which they should be. Why would you make a probe with a blunt end and not pointed? This probe is so difficult to get into my bales and due to this, the head is already bent.

I really like the product.

Good features, needs gentle handling

I'm buying a replacement because I use it in my truck and it works well. Because there's no metal to attach the magnet to, I lay it in the little coin compartment above my left knee. I pick it up to read it, so the wire gets flexed a lot where it enters the housing. The insulation wore off and the wire shorted out, so I get a reading of HH.H for the outside temps. I'll probably reinforce the wire on the new one with tape or silicone caulk.

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