Vacuum oven, OV-12, Jeio Technology

    Equipment/facility: Equipment

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      Lab 1-003, ADRIC, Sas-Al-Nakhl campus

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    Optimally constructed for separating solvents from solutions or drying solvents with high boiling points. Temperature range from ambient +5°C to 250°C Vacuum range: 0 to 0.1 MPa. (analog vacuum gauge) - Drying a solvent in vacuum lowers its boiling point, thereby making the separation process easier and eliminating the need to use high temperatures. Microprocessor PID control / Temperature calibration / Automatic tuning. Uniform heat distribution from block type heater attached to the chamber exterior to the anodized aluminum shelves. Intuitive control panel with bright LED displays. (1°Cresolution) Dual wait on/off timer modes. (1 min. to 99 hr. 59 min.) Convenient presetting function for 3 most commonly used temperature settings. Viton (fluorine rubber) door gasket also available for acidic applications. (optional) Heat tempered glass window provides clear inside view of the chambers Tight vacuum seal thanks to spring-loaded glass door, silicone gasket, and a push-button latch handle. Separate vacuum and vent ports. RS-232 interface for external control and data collection. Safety Keypad lock function prevents accidental changes during operation. Automatic run after power interruption. Over-temperature and over-current protection. hamber volume (L / cu ft) 65 / 2.3 Vacuum range 0~0.1MPa, Analog Nozzle size (mm / inch) Vacuum Ø10 / 0.4, Vent Ø10 / 0.4 Temperature Range (℃ / ℉) Amb. +5 to 250 / Amb. +9 to 482 Fluctuation 1) (±℃ / ℉ at 100℃) 0.3 / 0.54 Dimension (W×D×H) Interior (mm / inch) 402×405×402 / 15.8×15.9×15.8 Exterior (mm / inch) 780×557×595 / 30.7×21.9×23.4 No. of wire shelf (standard / max.) 3 Net weight (Kg / lbs) 103 / 227 Electrical requirements (230V, 50 / 60 Hz) 6.1A Cat. No. AAH13125K Electrical requirements (120V, 50 / 60 Hz) 11.7A Cat. No. AAH13126U


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