Oven, Heat Treating and Clay Drying - Omega OO651XR

Aliases “Hot Box”, “Sunday night Roast”
Other References
Official Maintainer Eris Ryan

Working

Machine is working as expected. It does not have a permanent home yet and can only be plugged in near the welders as it needs a 15A socket.

This machine does not require induction, but requires onsite supervision while in operation.

This machine is to be used for heat treating metal and drying clay only, and is never to be used with plastics or flammable material.

This machine can not be used while you are off site.

Do not use or keep flammable materials near this oven such as spray paint.

The 250 degrees Celsius is actually ~200 which is the ideal temperature to treat 1075 or 1084 steel. The timer can let you set 120 minutes which is how long the heat treatment will take to treat 1075 or 1084 steel. The temperature should be set around 80-100C for drying clay. The time to dry will vary based on thickness. Be sure to air dry as much as possible first as if it is too wet it will disintegrate in the oven.

Required Enclosed shoes are required, no open sandals, thongs etc
Recommended Please wear goggles or a face shield
Warning Gloves are PPE against burns and sharp metal
Name Value
Brand Omega

No documents are currently available for this machine.

This is a general Omega brand oven.

Date Description Workaround Proposed Remediation
Date Modified By Description Remediation Cost
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Monthly Inspect for damage.

Task / Action Executive Cause Leader
Cause Team
Named Maintainer Trainers Cause Membership Implementer
Modification and Repairs - AC C I I I R
Induction changes C RACI RC I I I R

Ref / ID Pre-Mitigation Mitigations / Warnings / Remedies Post Mitigation
Risk Risk Severity Risk Likelyhood Risk Level Risk Severity Risk Likelyhood Risk Level Acceptable to Proceed
0001 Death Severe Possible 15 Induction to train users in correct usage. Severe Very Unlikely 5 Yes
0002 Electric Shock Major Unlikely 8 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Ensure power cables are properly connected and off the floor.
Cables are tested and tagged and inspected for damage.
Minor Very Unlikely 2 Yes
0003 Noise Moderate Likely 12 Train users to wear hearing protection. Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0004 Tripping Hazard Moderate Possible 9 Train users to maintain a clean working area.
Keep all cables off the ground and secured out of the way.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0005 Insufficient Lighting Minor Possible 6 Turn on shop lights.
Open metal-shop doors for natural lighting.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0006 Burn Moderate Possible 9 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Allow parts to cool after removing from the oven.
Require assessing workpiece temperature before handling.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
Ref / ID Decision Details Impact Proposed Date Proposed By Status Approved By Date Resulting Actions and Comments
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