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Special insulation helps create larger oven when motor is too big to fit

  • April 2000
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Chuck Yung
EASA Technical Support Specialist

 We are cleaning a motor that is too large for our bake oven. In the past, we have placed the motor in front of the oven with the doors open, and draped a tarp over the frame to trap the heat. Is there a better way to dry it out?

Most readers in our industry have used variations on that method to dry the windings of a motor that simply won’t fit in the bake oven. There is a better way. Use Energy Shield®, the insulation home builders install between the exterior frame and siding or brick. It is a stock item in most lumber yards and construction-supply superstores.

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