tanks and laboratory applications requiring heat also require
an economical heater. Laboratory heaters, available in several
materials including quartz, stainless steel and titanium, have
proven to be versatile and reasonable. Ideal for scientific experimentation,
these units occupy a minimum amount of space while providing a
maximum amount of space while providing a maximum amount of performance.
or L-shaped assure accommodation of heat to tank or beaker.
Several models are also appropriate in small metal finishing tanks.
pencil type heaters are highly resistant to thermal shock and
are approximately the same diameter as a cigarette. Therefore,
they can be easily utilized in a tube ore beater. Operates at
1700°F (925°C) in air. Upper portion can be safely touched
with bare hands. Comes standard in 120 volts with six-foot flexible
cord and plug.
These heaters are used for heating all acids except hydrofluoric.
The units can be mounted in any position to heat gases, generate
steam, heat miniature high-temperature baths, use in table top
vaporizers, micro-furnaces and other types of scientific apparatus.
Heaters are not designed to be fully submerged. Only the quartz
sheath should be in contact with the solution to be heated.