Lab ovens deliver precise temperature control for heating, baking, evaporating, sterilizing, and testing. We offer a range of convection, mechanical and vacuum laboratory ovens with a wide range of capacity, temperature and affordability.
Lab ovens use either natural air convection, forced air convection or vacuum process for heating and drying.
Gravity Convection Ovens also called Natural Air Convection Ovens, are built with an opening at the top of the unit to allow the air to escape. A slow airflow from the bottom of the oven to the top due to the convection currents, providing a low-cost alternative to air-forced convection ovens.
Forced Air Ovens also called Mechanical Convection Oven, or Circulating Air Ovens, have a motorized fan that force the air across heating elements to flow vertically or horizontally into the warming chamber.
Vacuum Ovens or Vacuum Drying Ovens are used when lack of air or inert atmosphere is desired. Since there is no convection of air, heat is conducted from the side walls to the sample via the metal shelf that sample is placed on. A vacuum oven requires an external vacuum pump to provide a low-pressure environment which minimizes oxidation during drying.
Maintain an optimum environment by controlling the CO2 levels, humidity and temperature with a laboratory vacuum oven. Ideal for research facilities and laboratories for cell culture growth. Available in analog and digital format with a range in capacity from 0.6 cubic feet to 7.5 cubic feet.
Designed for applications that require a level of temperature uniformity. Ideal for research facilities and laboratories for cell culture growth. Ovens are available in a digital and analog format and 115v, 220v, and 230v.
An affordable option for applications that require less temperature uniformity. Available in a digital and analog format and 115v, 220v, and 230v.