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Laboratory Hot Air Oven

by Rahul Sharma Educational Equipment
Laboratory ovens are forced air thermal convection ovens . These hot air ovens are used to attain constant temperatures inside every corner of theconstant temperatures inside every corner of the oven.
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  • Used in R&D centers & institutions for research purpose.
  • For sample testing and product evaluation in industries using tests like aging, compression set, heat deformation and temperature resistance.
  • In hospitals and health centers for various applications such as heating, drying & sterilizing.
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A Hot Air Oven is a specially designed test chamber used for treating and testing of chemicals, various product samples and sterilization of glassware in laboratories at temperatures up to 250C.The external Body / Frame of a lab hot air oven is constructed of mild steel / stainless steel. The selection of construction metal depends upon the application based requirement of the equipment. The body is constructed using strong seamless welding which is covered with a thick layer of stoved epoxy polyester paint. This provides a strong, highly screech and heat resistant surface resulting in a long lasting attractive finish to the Lab Hot Air Oven. Internal surfaces (including the doors) of lab hot air oven are manufactured from high grade stainless steel to achieve maximum strength.

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