The Quincy Lab 10AF forced-air laboratory oven has a bi-metal thermostat for evaporating, annealing, and testing applications, and drying, baking, curing, heat-treating, and sterilizing parts. Forced air ovens provide uniform heat distribution within the chamber, and facilitate drying applications. The oven has a 0.6 cubic foot/17 liter capacity and a maximum temperature of 450 degrees F/232 degrees C. The oven has double-wall construction that is insulated with high-density mineral wool to maintain constant temperature and keep exterior cool to the touch. The bi-metal thermostat is dial-controlled, and the on/off rocker switch is illuminated to indicate power status. Low-watt density elements are compact to provide quick run-up and recovery times, and are Incoloy-sheathed for high-temperature heating and resistance to corrosive solutions. A perforated heat shield absorbs radiant heat to provide temperature uniformity and even heat distribution. The scratch-resistant hammered exterior is abrasion and corrosion resistant, and high-impact thermoplastic handles are durable and remain cool.
|Maximum temperature (Fahrenheit)||450 degrees|
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||232 degrees|
|Temperature stability (Fahrenheit)||+/- 6 degrees F at 300 degrees F|
|Temperature stability (Celsius)||+/- 3 degrees C at 150 degrees C|
|Capacity||0.6 cubic feet/17 liters|
|Interior dimensions (H x W x D)||8.25 x 12 x 10 inches/21 x 30.5 x 25.4 cm|
|Exterior dimensions (H x W x D)||20.5 x 14 x 12.3 inches/52 x 35.6 x 31.2cm|
|Power requirements||120V/800W; US plug style|
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.
Quincy Lab, Inc. manufactures laboratory incubators and ovens. The company, established in 1973, is located in Chicago, IL.