The Frey Scientific 528334 Student Hot Plate has a one-piece aluminum top for heating glassware and contents to a fixed temperature of 400 degrees C, and includes a durable round 4.5-inch diameter hot plate that is crack- and chip-resistant, a bi-metallic thermostat for reliable temperature control, and a built-in support rod holder with locking knob. Hot plates are used to heat glassware and contents in laboratories.
This hot plate features a compact design to save bench space and a heats up to a set temperature of 400 degrees C for student safety. The heater boils 300mL of water in 12 minutes. 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. The unit operates in environments from 4 to 40 degrees C (39 to 104 degrees F). The hot plate comes with a 72" (234cm) detachable, 3-wire cord and plug.
|Temperature range ||Set at 400 degrees C |
|Maximum capacity ||1000mL H2O |
|Top plate composition ||Aluminum |
|Power supply ||120V 50/60 Hz |
|Top plate dimensions ||4.5 inch diameter |
|Body dimensions ||5.4 x 5.75 x 6.5 inches (H x W x D) |
|Weight ||4.5lb. |
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.
Science education products incorporate applied math and science principles into classroom and homeschool-based projects. Teachers in pre-K, elementary, and secondary classrooms use science education kits and products alongside science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum to demonstrate STEM concepts and real-world applications through hands-on activities. Science education projects include a broad range of activities, such as practical experiments in engineering, aeronautics, robotics, energy, chemistry, physics, biology, and geology.
School Specialty provides instructional materials and supplies under dozens of brands, among them Think Math, Delta Education, Frey Scientific, Childcraft, and School Smart. The company, founded in 1959, is headquartered in Greenville, WI.
What’s in the Box?
- Hot plate
- Electrical cord