Hot Air Oven

Hot Air Oven

Catalogue No. – 19089
double walled construction, inner chamber made of stainless steel, outer made of mild steel sheet duly powder coated, temperature is controlled by thermostat. Operates on 220- 240V AC, 50Hz.

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A lab hot air oven, also known as a laboratory drying oven, is a piece of equipment used to dry or sterilize laboratory equipment, samples, and materials. It consists of a chamber made of metal or glass with a heating element that produces and circulates hot air throughout the chamber.

The oven is typically controlled by a digital or analog thermostat, which allows the user to set the desired temperature and time. Some models may also have a timer, alarms, and safety features such as over-temperature protection and automatic shut-off.

Hot air ovens are used in various laboratory applications, including microbiology, cell culture, pharmaceuticals, and materials science. They are particularly useful for sterilizing equipment and materials that cannot be autoclaved, such as powders, oils, and glassware. The high temperatures and dry conditions in the oven can kill microorganisms and remove moisture from the samples, making them safe for use in experiments or analysis.