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Curing oven PN series
chamberelectricnatural convection

curing oven
curing oven
curing oven
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Characteristics

Function
curing
Configuration
chamber
Heat source
electric
Atmosphere
natural convection
Other characteristics
laboratory
Capacity

27 l, 57 l, 115 l, 215 l (7.1 gal)

Maximum temperature

Min.: 30 °C (86 °F)

Max.: 300 °C (572 °F)

Description

The PN natural convection oven is a bench mounted laboratory oven capable of temperatures up to 300°C. In the PN ovens air circulation depends upon natural convection. The resulting slow airflow is preferable, for example, for processes involving powders which may be disturbed by fan convection or where there is a risk of cross contamination between samples. The reduced complexity makes natural convection a less expensive option. Standard features Economical natural convection models 300°C maximum operating temperature Equipped with the R38 digital PID temperature controller Chemically resistant stainless steel liner Two nickel-chrome plated wire shelves Lever latch door & airtight silicone seal Compliant with safety standard BS EN 61010-2-010:2003 Options (specify these at time of order) Over-temperature protection (recommended to protect valuable contents & for unattended operation) A range of sophisticated digital controllers, multi-segment programmers and data loggers is available. These can be fitted with RS232, RS485 or Ethernet communications Access port for independent thermocouple Accessory shelves & runners Heavy duty reinforced base and shelves Cable entry ports Viewing window Interior light Stacking frame Lockable door Door switch to isolate elements Floor stands & wheeled trolleys Routine spares kit

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