The Corning PC-170 Scholar hot plate has a temperature range of 25 to 360 degrees C, a 5 x 5 inch porcelain-coated stainless steel top plate, and analog temperature control. The porcelain-coated stainless steel top plate provides corrosion resistance and fast cool down. It has analog temperature control with knob for 10 heat settings. For safety, dual heat shields help keep the outer case cool. It is available in 100V and 120V versions for use in Japan or North America. This hot plate is used to heat glassware and liquid solutions for scientific applications.
|Top plate material||Porcelain coated stainless steel|
|Temperature range||25 to 360 degrees C|
|Top plate dimensions||5 x 5 inches (12.7cm x 12.7cm) (W x D)|
|Overall Dimensions||5 x 5 x 4 inches (12.7cm x 12.7cm x 10.16cm) (H x W x D)|
H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Laboratory hot plates are electric or gas-fired benchtop appliances that are used to heat glassware or its liquid or solid contents. Stirring hot plates can stir a liquid solution by means of a stir bar that is spun magnetically inside the vessel holding the solution. Hot plates are commonly used in scientific research, clinics, and classrooms.
Corning manufactures consumable glass, ceramics, and plastic laboratory tools under the brands Corning, Costar, Cellgro, Pyrex, Axygen, Gosselin, and Lambda, among others. The company, founded in 1908, is headquartered in New York, NY.
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- Scholar PC-170 hot plate