Magnetic Stirrer With Hot Plate

Magnetic Stirrer With Hot Plate

Catalogue No. – 17043
with temperature control regulator, max. speed 1200 r.p.m with variable
speed control, supplied with teflon coated magnetic stirring bars. Operates on 220-240V AC, 50Hz

Catalogue No.Capacity
17043/012 ltr
17043/025 ltr


A magnetic stirrer with hot plate is a laboratory instrument used for mixing and heating solutions in a laboratory setting. The instrument consists of a flat heating surface, typically made of aluminum or ceramic, with a built-in magnetic stirrer.

The magnetic stirrer works by creating a rotating magnetic field, which causes a magnetic stir bar (also known as a flea) to rotate and stir the liquid in the container. The hot plate heats the liquid to the desired temperature, while the stirrer ensures that the temperature is evenly distributed throughout the solution.

Magnetic stirrers with hot plates are commonly used in chemistry, biology, and medical laboratories for a variety of applications such as dissolving solids, mixing reagents, and preparing samples for analysis. They are also useful for maintaining a consistent temperature and agitation rate for chemical reactions.

Magnetic stirrers with hot plates come in a range of sizes and configurations, from small desktop models to larger, more powerful units suitable for industrial applications. They are typically equipped with digital temperature and speed controls for precise and reproducible results.

The magnetic stirrer with hot plate is an essential tool for researchers, scientists, and technicians working in fields such as chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology, where precise mixing and temperature control are critical for experimental success.