PolyScience Advanced Digital Circulating Water Baths
Heated laboratory baths, refrigerated optional, and advanced digital temperature controller
Mo-Th 8am to 5:30pm. Fr 8am to 5pm ET
- 392°F (200°C) max temp
- Ambient 20°F (10°C) min temp (heated only)
- As low as -40°C (refrigerated option)
- ±0.02°F (±0.01°C) temp stability
- Open or closed loop external circulation
- DIN 12876-1 Class III for use with flammable liquids
- RoHS and WEEE environmental compliance
- ETL Intertek (60 Hz)
- CE approved
PolyScience Advanced Digital Circulating Water Baths are intended for the precise temperature control of suitable liquids in a reservoir. Extremely easy to use and maintain, they combine design innovation with highly intuitive operation to deliver convenient and versatile liquid temperature control for a wide range of applications.
Typical applications include warming of reagents and culture media, thawing or tempering samples, biological incubation, cell culture, enzyme assays, or controlling the temperature of laboratory equipment such as chromotography columns, viscometers, and densitometers. PolyScience Refrigerated/Heated Circulating Baths also provide dependable temperature control for a wide variety of laboratory cooling applications.
PolyScience Advanced Digital Circulating Water Baths Feature:
- Intuitive 3.75 inch (9.5 cm) display with touch-pad control
- 4 languages: French, German, Spanish, English
- Variable-speed pressure/suction pump with external circulation and temperature control capability
- 180° viewing radius (Swivel 180™ rotating control head)
- DuraTop™ heat and chemical resistant top plate
- LidDock™ self-storing reservoir cover
- On-board connectivity: USB-A & B, RS232/485, Ethernet and external temperature probe
- Automatic and/or user-adjustable performance optimization
- Single-point calibration
Additional Features with Refrigerated Option:
- WhisperCool™ Environmental Control System
- Cool Command™ modulated refrigeration system
- Washable air filter
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
The Background: Our customer is an air pollution testing lab that uses a flash liberation equilibrium cell to monitor the Gas-to-Oil Ratio (GOR) which is used to determine emission output levels for regulatory bodies such as the EPA.
The Problem: The testing method involves heating oil to a specific temperature which will produce bubbles. Those bubble contain gas which can be measured to determine the Gas-to-Oil Ratio. This test requires very accurate and stable temperatures.
The Solution: We suggested the PolyScience Advanced Digital Circulating Water Bath. This unit provides precise temperature control and is stable to ±0.02°F (±0.01°C) which allows the customer to accurately heat and cool the media under test.