Autoclaves, furnaces, ovens, heating mantles, hot plates, incubators, refrigerators and freezers and and other equipment for laboratory heating or cooling applications.
Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for long periods of time. Common applications include the sterilization of instruments and polymerization of rubbers and plastics.
Industrial chillers cool water using refrigeration cycles to provide a constant stream of coolant for manufacturing and laboratory processes.
Cryogenic equipment produces or is used in the production of very low temperature materials or processes.
Germination chambers are environmentally controlled-chambers to sprout seeds for horticultural applications.
Heat exchangers are commonly used in a wide variety of industrial, chemical, and electronics processes to transfer energy and provide required heating or cooling.
Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample.
Hot plates are used for heating samples and are used as an alternative to a Bunsen burner when an open flame would be dangerous.
Immersion heaters are used in applications that require immersing the heater in the substance to be heated.
Incubators are used in biological experiments to allow growth of organisms in optimal conditions of temperature, carbon dioxide and humidity.
Laboratory freezers are designed for storing critical materials that demand a constant temperature and security.
Laboratory furnaces provide continuous heating to process samples and materials.
Laboratory ovens are thermal convection appliances for use in laboratory, scientific, and industrial settings. Uniform heat distribution is often achieved by internal blowers which heat, dry, and cure substrates.
Laboratory refrigerators are used to cool samples or specimens for preservation.
Laboratory thermometers are used to measure temperatures or temperature changes with a high degree of precision. Traditional liquid-in-glass design offers ease of use and low cost.
Thermal cyclers are laboratory instruments capable of generating and maintaining specific temperatures for a defined period of time.
Water baths are refrigerated and heated in order provide thermal control.