Laboratory heating equipment contains many sub-categories designed to handle a variety of heating applications. Block heaters are ideal for multi-purpose use such as blood urea nitrogen determinations, immunoassays, incubation and activation of cultures, enzyme reactions and melting/boiling points. Heating and sterilisation is commonly achieved with burners through a single open gas flame. Practical and efficient methods of freeze protection, viscosity control and maintenance of materials can be found with a drum heater that will keep temperatures elevated.Temperature humidity extremes are created with environmental chambers. Furnaces are designed for laboratory and industrial applications like moisture drying, aging, curing and general testing. A heat gun may be used to shrink sleeves, solder, de-soldering, paint stripping, curing, plastic welding, drying and laminating. Heating mantles may apply heat to containers placing in direct contact with the heating mantle without substantially increasing the risk of the glassware shattering (an alternative to heating baths). For help with your laboratory heating equipment, contact John Morris Scientific and discuss with our Cole-Parmer technical experts.
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