Oven for Laboratory Use
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Oven for Laboratory Use

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.

Model: TG-9203A
Capacity: 200L
Interior Dimension: 600*550*600 mm
Exterior dimension: 885*730*795 mm

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Product Description

Description

Climatest Symor® oven for laboratory use adopts forced air circulation to uniformly distribute heat throughout the oven, the equipment is widely applied for a variety of purposes, including drying of glassware, sterilizing materials, testing of moisture content in products. They are usually found in chemical, pharmaceutical, electronic, and materials science laboratories.


Specification

Model

TG-9023A

TG-9030A

TG-9053A

TG-9070A

TG-9123A

TG-9140A

TG-9203A

TG-9240A

Capacity

25L

35L

50L

80L

105L

135L

200L

225L

Interior Dim.

(W*D*H)mm

300*300*270

340*325*325

420*350*350

450*400*450

550*350*550

550*450*550

600*550*600

600*500*750

Exterior Dim.

(W*D*H)mm

585*480*440

625*510*495

700*530*515

735*585*620

835*530*725

835*630*730

885*730*795

890*685*930

Temperature Range

RT+10°C ~ 200°C

Temperature Fluctuation

± 1.0°C

Temperature Resolution

0.1°C

Temperature Uniformity

±2.5% (test point@100°C)

Shelves

2PCS

Timing

0~ 9999 min

Power Supply

AC220V 50HZ

Ambient Temperature

+5°C~ 40°C


Working principle

An oven for laboratory use adopts forced air convection system, it works by drawing in air from outside the oven and heating it with the heaters. The heated hot air is then circulated around the oven by the blower. This helps to dry products evenly. The LED controller monitors the temperature inside the oven, allowing the operator to set different temperatures. The drying process in this oven involves circulating hot air around the products to evaporate the moisture. The blower helps to uniformly spread the hot air throughout the oven, and the temperature can be adjusted to suit the products being baked.


Overall, an oven for laboratory use is designed to provide a controlled temp. environment to heat and dry samples or materials, so as to get desired results.


Structure

An oven for laboratory use is an enclosed chamber used for the drying and curing of materials. It typically consists of an insulated chamber, a heating element, a temperature controller, a timer, and a blower that circulates hot air throughout the chamber. The oven is designed to be airtight to keep good insulation, and the heater is used to increase the temperature within the chamber to a desired level. The temperature controller regulates the temperature, and the blower helps to circulate the heated air. The timer can be used to set the time of drying process.


Feature

• Uniform temperature control

• Quickly heat and dry samples, able to heat samples up to 200°C

• Stainless steel sus#304 inner oven and powder-coated steel plate exterior oven, corrosion resistant

• Low energy consumption, cost saving

• PID digtal display controller brings you accurate and reliable temperature control


Application

An oven for laboratory use has many applications in various fields, including science, research, and industry:

Baking: Laboratory ovens are frequently used to dry glassware after washing, which is a critical step in many experiments and processes. 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.


Dehydration: The oven is often used to dehydrate samples, to remove moisture from a substance to a constant weight. This process is essential in chemical, and pharmaceutical research, as well as environmental analysis.


Polymer curing: The oven can be used to cure polymers, resins, and other materials by heating them at a specific temperature for a particular period. Polymer curing is commonly used in the fabrication of composites, coatings and laminates materials.


Coating: The oven is used in the application of coatings by heating the substrate to a particular temperature, applying the coating and then drying it in the oven.


Frequently asked questions

Q: What is an oven for laboratory use?

A: An oven for laboratory use can heat materials or dry them out to remove moisture. It is typically used in industrial settings to dry out parts, components, and materials. Additionally, they may be used to cure materials or to temper them.


Q: What is the temperature range of an oven for laboratory use?

A: The temperature range of a lab drying oven usually ranges from ambient temperature up to 200℃. Some ovens may have higher temperature ranges up to 300℃.


Q: What is forbidded to be placed in an oven for laboratory use?

A: Inflammable, explosive or volatile specimen, corrosive & biological specimen, radioactive and toxic specimen, powder materials can’t be exposed in the oven, due to air circulation.




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