Mit dem Gerät kann man Dinge unter Vakuum heizen.
Vacuum dry oven for the industrial and mining enterprises, medical institutions, scientific research units under the conditions of drying in a vacuum heat treatment and so on.
Rectangle work room, so that the effective maximum volume.
Steel, bullet-proof double glass doors interior observation objects at a glance.
Box door closed elastic can adjust the overall shape of the silicone rubber door seal rings, to ensure a high degree of vacuum inside.
Microcomputer intelligent digital display temperature control, temperature control accurate and reliable.
|Working size mm||300x300x275|
|Power supply||220V 50Hz|
This scientific vacuum drying oven is designed for drying gently with its homogeneous temperature distribution, ensuring optimal heat transfer and minimal spatial temperature variation. With the variable gain temperature controller, it could maintain +/- 0.5°C accuracy from room temperature to 250°C.
Widely used in biochemistry, chemical pharmaceutical, medical health, agricultural research, environmental protection and other research fields.
For powder drying, stoving and disinfection and sterilization for various types of glass containers.
Particularly suitable for fast and efficient drying for articles of dry heat-sensitive, easily decomposed, easily oxidized substances and articles of complex components.
Vacuum drying can be easily applied to heat-sensitive substances as vacuum environment greatly reduces the boiling point of the liquid to be expelled. For difficult-drying sample such as powder or granular samples, drying time can be effectively shortened. If you apply vacuum drying method to complex mechanical parts or other porous samples after cleaning, no remnant would be left after complete drying.
More secure usage: Elimination of oxide explosion due to heating in vacuum or inert conditions. Compared with conventional drying by air circulation, powdery sample will not be blown or moved by airstream.
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