The Frey Scientific 1324333 Advanced Ceramic Top Hot Plate has a one-piece ceramic top and a microprocessor control for heating glassware and contents to between 5 to 500 degrees C, includes a four-inch square hot plate with a chemical-resistant, easy-to-clean, reflective white surface, and has an illuminated LED digital display, a built-in support rod holder with locking knob, a heat-resistant polymer body, and a two-year warranty. Hot plates are used to heat glassware and contents in laboratories.
This hot plate is housed in a heat-resistant polymer body that stays cool to the touch and channels fluids away from internal components. An LED display with built-in memory recalls the last set temperature, and a temperature knob adjusts the setpoint. A caution indicator light illuminates when heat is turned on and remains on until top plate cools down. The built-in support rod holder with locking knob at rear holds a standard threaded support rod to suspend instrumentation such as clamps and probes.
|Temperature range ||5 to 500 degrees C |
|Temperature stability ||+ or - 3 percent |
|Maximum capacity ||600mL H2O |
|Top plate composition ||Ceramic |
|Body type ||Heat-resistant polymer |
|Power supply ||120V 50/60 Hz |
|Top plate dimensions ||4 x 4 inches (H x W) |
|Body dimensions ||4.3 x 6.6 x 10.8 inches (H x W x D) |
|Weight ||6.2lb. |
|Warranty ||Limited two-year |
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.
Researchers, professionals and hobbyists use hot plates to heat a variety of liquids and solutions in chemistry, food and beverage, biology, lab, and home applications. Hotplates can have either a digital or an analog display, and can show temperature range, or stirring speed. Hot plate surfaces are commonly made of ceramic-glass or stainless steel, and have coatings such as porcelain. They come in a variety of dimensions. Some units can work with stirrers that can be supported with clamps and rods.
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