Lincoln 240V 350lb Hydroguard Bench Rod Oven (K2942-2)
Lincoln 240V 350lb Hydroguard Bench Rod Oven (K2942-2)
Lincoln 240V 350lb Hydroguard Bench Rod Oven (K2942-2)
Lincoln 240V 350lb Hydroguard Bench Rod Oven (K2942-2)

Lincoln 240V 350lb Hydroguard Bench Rod Oven (K2942-2)

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Hydroguard rod ovens help protect stick electrodes from moisture pickup, a major contributor to weld cracking and porosity. The bench model holds up 350lbs of stick up to 18 inches in length, enough for multiple operators in almost any fabrication shop. This 240V Model Ships Without a Plug.

• Stick Electrode
• MIG Wire

• Maintenance
• Fabrication

• Circular shape direct airflow evenly throughout the interior and directs moisture to the adjustable vent at the top of the door
• Adjustable thermostat regulates temperature from 100-550 degrees F
• Pilot light indicates active heating mode - housing recesses controls for added protection
• Flexible interior configuration - remove shelves to use rod oven for pre or post weld heating of welded parts
• Handy Top Shelf - a horizontal surface added to the top provides a surface for taking notes, storing documentation, or necessary tools
• Data Logger Capable - records time and temperature to comply with certain code requirements

Quick Specs
• Capacity: 350 lbs up to 18 inch electrodes
• Chamber Size: 18" Diameter X 19" Depth
• Insulation: 2" Fiberglass
• Temp Range: 100-550 Degrees F
• 2 Heating Elements - 1000 Watts Total
• Voltage: 240/480 Volts
• Weight: 90 lbs
• Dims: 29.5" H X 22.5" W X 22.5" D

Optional Thermometer Kit can be added from the "accessories" page

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