Forced air circulation oven is designed to bake various materials and samples in a temperature controlled environment. The device consists of a thermally insulated chamber, heating source, and a temperature control system to regulate the temperature inside the oven.
Interior Dimension: 340*325*325 mm
Exterior dimension: 625*510*495 mm
Thermostatic drying oven is commonly used to dry glassware after washing in laboratory experiments. Drying glassware in an oven helps to remove the water residue completely and prevents any unwanted reaction caused by water droplets, which can alter results or even introduce contamination.
Interior Dimension: 300*300*270 mm
Exterior dimension: 585*480*440 mm
A benchtop drying oven is a type of laboratory oven that is small enough to sit on a benchtop, rather than taking up floor space. These ovens are commonly used for drying and curing small samples, test pieces, and other laboratory materials that require heat treatment.
Interior Dimension: 600*500*750 mm
Exterior dimension: 890*685*930 mm
An oven for laboratory use is a specialized piece of equipment designed to heat and dry samples or materials in a temperature controlled environment. These ovens are essential for many laboratory experiments, and are commonly used in academic, industrial, and research institutes.
Interior Dimension: 600*550*600 mm
Exterior dimension: 885*730*795 mm
A baking oven for electronic components is typically used to dry or bake electronics at low temperatures. It can reduce the humidity in electronic components, or remove moisture that has been absorbed by the components during storage and use.
Interior Dimension: 550*450*550 mm
Exterior dimension: 835*630*730 mm
A PCB (Printed Circuit Board) baking oven is an industrial oven that is used to cure or bake electronic components. It is a controlled oven that cures the epoxy or solder mask that is applied to the surface of the PCB, and remove the moisture inside.
Interior Dimension: 550*350*550 mm
Exterior dimension: 835*530*725 mm