|Function:||Dry Bath Incubator||Temperature range:||Room Temp.-120°C|
|Temperature control accuracy:||± 0.5°C||Temperature uniformity:||± 0.5°C|
|Max. heating rate:||5.5°C/min||Timer:||1min-99h59min|
15ml Dry Bath Incubator,
2ml Dry Bath Incubator,
HB120-S LED Digital Dry Bath
With Time Function Laboratory 0.2ml 0.5ml 2ml 15ml Tubes Block Heater Dry Bath Incubator
Laboratory Tubes 0.2ml 0.5ml 2ml 15ml Block Heater Dry Bath Incubator
With Led Digital Time Function
The HIYI HB120-S LED Digital Dry Bath is ideal for molecular biology, histology, clinical, environmental and industrial laboratories, including melting and boiling point determination, enzyme reactions, incubation and activation of cultures, immunoassays, DNA denaturation, culture media tests, coagulation tests, blood-urea-nitrogen determinations and in-situ hybridizations. With a low profile and space saving design, control of temperature and time is displayed in real-time with clear independent displays. Various high grade aluminum blocks are available for common tube sizes providing excellent temperature uniformity from ambient +5 to 120°C.
• A wide range of temperature control up to 120°C
• Timer function support is available
• Various types of optional blocks are available
• Overheating protection
• Lid for protection and heat preservation
|Temperature range||Room temp.-120°C|
|Temperature control accuracy||± 0.5°C|
|Temperature uniformity||± 0.5°C|
|Max. heating rate||5.5°C/min|
|Adapter block material||aluminum|
|Dimension [D×W×H]||175 x 290 x 85mm|
What is a dry bath incubator?
A dry bath incubator is used to heat samples in a variety of applications. Most dry bath incubators are made of an aluminum alloy which allows distribution of the heat in a uniform manner. Also known as dry block heaters, these devices are widely used in molecular biology and clinical and environmental laboratories.
What is a digital dry bath?
The Digital Dry Baths offer digital control over both temperature and time, eliminating the need for an external thermometer or timer. Available in three configurations, the digital dry baths offer capacity for up to four blocks.
What is the difference between water bath and incubator?
The major difference between these two pieces of equipment is the efficiency of the heat transfer to your samples. In a shaking water bath, samples are surrounding by water, an excellent conductor of heat. ... An incubator will heat up samples slowly and gradually.
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