Lab equipment > Heating/hotplates/autoclaves

Sahara heating bath circulators

06 August, 2010 by

Sahara heating bath circulators are ergonomically designed for ease of use and provide multiple certifications for safety. Available in capacities from 5 to 46 L, thermostats are attached by a sturdy bath bridge and can be indexed 90° on all four sides of the bath.


Boeco PWB-4 personal water bath

01 April, 2010

The Boeco PWB-4 personal water bath has a compact footprint, claimed to include all the features found in much larger units and it suitable for use in life science applications.


Modular Incubator Chambers (MIC 101)

30 March, 2010 by

The Modular Incubator Chambers (MIC 101) can be used to maintain physiologic levels of oxygen in culture.


Bioline range of refrigerators and freezers

10 March, 2010

The Bioline range of refrigerators and freezers, from Gram Commercial, uses natural refrigerants and features energy-optimised technology.


Amar Equipment stirred and non-stirred autoclaves

04 February, 2010

Amar Equipment’s range of stirred and non-stirred autoclaves are available in volumes from a laboratory benchtop 25 mL unit to production-scale 100 L or larger. Vessels are constructed in stainless 316, 316L, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel, nickel, titanium, zirconium, tantalum or glass to resist the corrosive nature of some processes.


Büchi SpeedDigester K-439 IR digester

21 January, 2010

The Büchi SpeedDigester K-439 IR digester is claimed to be the first infrared digestion system to combine both high-level automation and precise temperature control which allows good reproducibility.


Benchtop warming devices

05 November, 2009

CryoLogic has developed a suite of benchtop warming devices with a small footprint ideal for use in a laboratory.


Digital water baths

01 October, 2009 by

The WA Scientific Instruments WB model water baths are suitable for most applications. The outer body is steel coated with resistant epoxy paint, while the inner tank is stainless steel with rounded corners for efficient circulation and cleaning.


Dry block heater

01 October, 2009 by

WA Scientific Instruments manufactures a range of dry block heaters with interchangeable tube locks.


Benchtop warming devices

01 October, 2009

CryoLogic has developed the BioTherm SmartSuite (BTSS) range of benchtop warming devices with a small footprint, suitable for use in a laboratory. The devices are designed to maintain stable temperatures for a variety of samples.


Temperature controllers for incubators, furnaces and environmental chambers

10 August, 2009

The Sanup Electrical Company has released the SDM range of temperature and process controllers which features universal inputs and a wide range of thermocouples, RTDs and linear DC signals.


Melting point determination

09 June, 2009 by

The OptiMelt system provides a fast and accurate means of automatically determining the melting points and melting ranges of chemical substances. With microprocessor-controlled temperature ramping and a built-in digital camera, OptiMelt offers a fast and accurate method to measure melting point of products such as butter, margarine, chocolate as well as pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.


High-temperature XRD system

06 April, 2009 by

PANalytical has released a capillary extension that is compatible with the combined X’Pert Pro MPD/HTK 1200N High-Temperature Oven Chamber (Anton Paar) system, creating a ‘two-in-one’ reflection and transmission high-temperature XRD system.


Microwave reaction system

06 April, 2009 by

Up to 40 high-pressure vessels per run can be processed with the MarsXpress High-Throughput Microwave Reaction System from CEM. MarsXpress offers intelligent and adaptive continuous temperature and pressure feedback control for all vessels all the time without the need for temperature and pressure connections.


Automated dual reduction index furnace

06 April, 2009 by

Modutemp has combined several previously separate apparatuses to create a comprehensive, automated dual reduction index furnace. This furnace provides qualitative analysis of iron ore samples for reducibility. Chemists will now have the ability to extrapolate precise weight variations as a function of temperature, when measuring the percentage of reduction (loss of oxygen) in a parcel of ore.


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