Uniform drying and heating temperatures are a very important part of your laboratory performance. It is fundamental to have the ideal laboratory oven in order to perform routine applications with success. We can provide you with the highest technology available for laboratory ovens in industries such as healthcare and biology researches. They are common in scientific investigation and manufacturing industries. When choosing an oven, consider applications, dimension, capacity and lab budget. Look for features that guarantee maximum sample and user protection.
The way a laboratory oven works is by the principle of convection. This means that the heating element is not located in the oven chamber with the specimen, it is located in a separate external envelope. This way, heat will not affect the sample because it will be located in the oven walls being this enough for heating or dehydrating a specimen. This method provides the needed uniform heat distribution. There are many different types of drying ovens for different needs. Gravity convection or forced air convection drying ovens provide a greater degree of evenness, control of temperature, rapid drying capabilities, and many newer models are programmable.
This oven type has a microprocessor controller with a timing function and among its applications, you can find desiccation, torrefaction, wax melting and sterilization in mining enterprises as well as laboratories and scientific research institutes. This is a polished stainless-steel chamber-drying oven with the latest PID controller. In addition, it uniformly distributes the air temperature. This model runs with a forced-air convection and has a double layer glass door with a larger viewing window. Another great feature is that its independent temperature-limiting alarm system ensures that experiments run safely. There is another optional feature such as an RS485 connector that can be connected to the computer to record the parameters and temperature variations.
Definitely drying is a very delicate process inside any laboratory, you need to be aware of the temperature setting and the drying time. Some of the drying oven’s applications are the evaporation of samples, sterilization of laboratory ware, temperature testing, and incubating temperature sensitive experiments. One of the drying oven’s great advantages is that they offer uniform drying, but you have to be careful of drying samples too fast or two slow, because that can ruin your samples or in worse cases your entire research. Drying ovens with a maximum temperature of 250C, 300C and 350C are available. In addition, drying ovens are also available in a wide range of sizes.