Laboratory ovens

Lab ovens are equipment found in most clinical, forensic, electronic, material processing, and research laboratories. Laboratory ovens provide uniform temperature and precise temperature control for heating, baking, evaporation, sterilization, and other laboratory functions.


Sterilization: Laboratory ovens also play a central role in the sterilization process of laboratory instruments, which are maintained at a temperature of 160°C with constant and monitored heat for 45 or 60 minutes.
Drying: Drying is one of the most common uses of laboratory ovens and is primarily employed on precipitates. It is used to evaporate liquids dispersed in solid materials and separate solids from liquids.
Another fundamental function of laboratory ovens is drying laboratory glassware, a preparatory process before their use.
Baking and Annealing: Baking is a way to heat a substrate without dehumidifying it. Annealing, on the other hand, involves heating and cooling a material such as steel or glass to reduce its hardness and increase its ductility.
Bond consolidation: Laboratory ovens can combine drying and baking to strengthen the chemical bonds of substances.

Helpful tips: When choosing an oven, consider its intended use, size, capacity, power, and the laboratory budget.

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