Figure 5-43.--Type-A range.
A type-60 oven is shown in figure 5-44. Type-60
and type-125 ovens are sectional ovens. They have
either two or three sections mounted one above the
other. Each section constitutes a separate oven that is
thermally insulated and operated independently of the
other section(s). The ovens have a separately mounted
Figure 5-44.--Type-60 oven.
switchbox that contains the fuses, the contractors, and the
three-heat switches for each section.
The heating elements are located at the top and
bottom of the oven. Each heating element is controlled
by individual three-heat switches located in a switchbox
enclosure mounted on the right-hand side of the oven.
M-SERIES CONVECTION OVEN
The M-series convection oven (fig. 5-45) is the most
common type of oven being installed aboard naval
vessels. This oven can be used individually, or more
than one oven can be stacked one on top of the other.
The construction of the ovens is rugged and has many
useful features. These features include a positive door
latch, ventical split doors, a main power light, a main
power switch, a blower motor, a thermostat, oven
chamber lights, an oven ready light, an interior light
switch, and a door interlock switch.