Easy-to-use Digital Temperature Controller features three temperature pre-sets for one-touch selection of frequently used set-points plus a user-settable high limit alarm that alerts you if the bath temperature exceeds pre-set limits. They are designed to handle a wide range of laboratory procedures including: incubation, inactivation, and agglutination as well as most pharmaceutical, serological, biomedical, and industrial procedures.
|Temp Range (°C)||Ambient +5 to 99|
|MaxFlow Rate (l/min)||N/A|
|Temp Stability (°C)||±0.1|
|Digital or Mechanical||Digital|
|Tank Material||Stainless Steel|
|Media Racks Available||Yes|
|Working Temperature Range °C||Ambient +5° to 99°|
|Heater Wattage (60hz)||120|
|Reservoir Capacity (liters)||2|
|Temperature Calibration Capability||1-point|
|Reservoir/Tank Material||Stainless Steel|
|Reservoir Cover||Hinged Gable|
|Working Access (L x W x D) (inches)||3.9 x 4.3 x 6|
|Flammability Class (DIN 12876-1)||I (NFL)|
|Over-Temperature Protection / Failsafe Heater Control||Yes|
|Maximum Ambient Temperature °C||40°|
|Overall Dimensions (L x W x H) (inches)||9 x 12 x 10.5|
|Shipping Weight (pounds)||9|
|Electrical Requirements (VAC/Hz/Ph/A)||120/60/1/1.1|
Will the PolyScience Digital General Purpose Water Bath hold its maximum temperature (99°C) without the lid on?
No, to achieve the highest temperatures, you will need the lid on. It is not designed to hold 99°C with the lid off.
Are the PolyScience Digital General Purpose Water Baths compatible with Lab Armor beads?
Yes, Lab Armor beads can be used in the PolyScience general purpose baths, but there are a few things you should be aware of. First, beads transfer heat more slowly than water. This means they take longer to heat up initially and also heat the vessels contained within them more slowly. Because of this, beads are most suitable for use in situations where the bath is expected to be left on (the PolyScience baths can be run 24/7). Second, they may cause minor scratching to the stainless steel bath. This cosmetic wear is normal when using beads and is not covered under warranty.PolyScience 2015-04-24