Stainless steel thermostatic bath BK40 M
digital displayfor temperature sensorsopen tank

stainless steel thermostatic bath
stainless steel thermostatic bath
stainless steel thermostatic bath
stainless steel thermostatic bath
stainless steel thermostatic bath
stainless steel thermostatic bath
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stainless steel, digital display
Product applications
for temperature sensors, open tank

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 125 °C (257 °F)


The BK40 M bath is an instrument used to calibrate transducers, RTD and temperature-measuring sensors in the field and in the laboratory. The possibility to generate positive and negative temperature ramps makes it suitable for use in calibrating and testing thermostats. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS: The BK40 M bath consists of a stainless tank with capacity of 10 litres, useful height 340 mm and diameter 85 mm. The bath is equipped with a stainless steel mixer with electrical motor power, a safety thermostat, drain cock and overflow drain pipe. BK40 M is equipped with a new PID microprocessor controller with a resolution up to 0,01 °C, setting of the standard of measurement in °C, °F e K, programming of ascent/descent ramps and storage of the thermostats’ operative temperature. The instrument is also equipped with an acquisition card having two adjustable inputs (Pt100 3/4 wires; thermocouples: J, K, N, R, S) with bushes fitted with gold-plated contacts and automatic compensation of the cold junction. The first input is provided for the reference sample probe, thus obtaining a complete calibration system which can be certified by SIT centres, in compliance with ISO 9000 regulations. The second input is provided for probes that are being tested; hence, the instrument can display the temperatures of the furnaces, the temperature of the sensor to be checked and of the reference sample probe, at the same time


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