Thermostatic water bath HH-S2
benchtopstainless steel

thermostatic water bath
thermostatic water bath
thermostatic water bath
thermostatic water bath
thermostatic water bath
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Characteristics

Temperature control
thermostatic
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
stainless steel
Capacity

Min.: 6.8 l
(1.8 gal)

Max.: 26 l
(6.87 gal)

Temperature range

100 °C
(212 °F)

Weight

Min.: 3 kg
(6.61 lb)

Max.: 13 kg
(28.66 lb)

Description

Introduction The water bath is mainly used in the laboratories and laboratories of colleges and universities, scientific research enterprises and institutions. Distillation, drying, concentration and temperature staining of various chemical samples of biological products, examination of serum and biochemical experiments, constant temperature culture and boiling disinfection of syringes and small surgical instruments. Features 1 The shell adopts cold plate spraying, which improves the anti-corrosion ability of the whole machine 2. The inner liner is made of high-quality 304 stainless steel, which is corrosion-resistant and not easy to rust 3. Adjustable ring cover to meet the needs of different sizes of experimental instruments 4. Real-time temperature value display, accurate temperature control, countdown display 5. Hidden stretch drain, beautiful, convenient and durable

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ADLM Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine 2024
ADLM Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine 2024

28 Jul - 01 Aug 2024 Chicago (USA - Illinois) Stand 2072

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    MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2024
    MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2024

    11-13 Sep 2024 Singapore (Singapore)

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