We started out in 1949 with one goal in mind to create a line of industrial heat processing equipment our customers could believe in. Today, while much at Grieve has changed, our commitment to that goal is steadfast. The Gr ieve Corporation`s Round Lake, Illinois 100,000 square foot facility, housing corporate headquarters, sales, engineering, research and manufacturing. At Grieve, You`ll find quality at each and every step of the design and manufacturing process. With CAD/CAM/CAE design equipment and ever-improving manufacturing procedures, we make the very best ovens and furnaces possible. Nonetheless, if some problem happens to arise, you`ll be pleased to know that Grieve has always maintained complete customer and job information on every unit we`ve ever built. We never retire a job file, so you know we`ll always have the facts on hand should you need a replacement part.
Grieve's only business since 1949 has been to design and manufacture industrial ovens and furnaces.
At Grieve, you'll find quality at each and every step of the design and manufacturing process. With CAD/CAM/CAE design equipment and ever-improving manufacturing procedures, we make the very best ovens and furnaces possible. Since we are the manufacturer, all our industrial ovens and furnaces are given a thorough in-house performance inspection prior to shipping
The Grieve oven or furnace you are about to receive at your facility has been fully tested. From complete paint coverage to gasket fit, door hinge alignment, wire bundling neatness, shelf and accessory item counting, every aspect of a Grieve product is carefully checked by a member of our company's management before the unit is crated for shipment.
Our ovens and furnaces come in a variety of styles including bench ovens, box furnaces and conveyor belt ovens. In addition, our ovens can be used for powder coating, curing, baking, drying, preheating and other applications requiring circulation of heated air.
Batch style paint baking ovens or drying ovens come in a variety of forms. Top-loading ovens are convenient for overhead crane type loading. Drawer ovens allow loading and unloading of oven without a lot of heat loss. Truck and walk-in ovens are suitable for loading with a forklift or with trucks. Class 100 clean room ovens maintain a clean environment and inert atmosphere ovens provide a protective atmosphere while heating.
Continuous ovens, whether they are a belt conveyor oven, a vertical tray oven, or a tunnel oven make moving large quantities of parts on and off assembly lines more efficient than batch ovens.
Perhaps you have a specific heat processing problem that just can't be solved by one of our 'off-the-shelf' designs. Grieve offers complete custom design and manufacturing services. We have the experience necessary to meet your particular requirements.
At Grieve, we are more than a manufacturer. We are problem solving professionals who take the time to understand your requirements.