The SHEL LAB forced air ovens feature 13 or 27 cubic feet of economical oven space
The forced, blower-assisted airflow design offers excellent temperature uniformity and fast recovery. A turbo blower and heavy-duty motor combine to direct air over the shelves and samples for even, constant drying, curing and baking. These units are especially ideal for glassware drying. The independent overtemperature safety feature is user adjustable and provides added safety. There are several models to choose from in the SHEL LAB forced air product line, with varying sizes and control features. These large capacity units are perfect for high volume sample and drying applications, including production processes.
- Three inch Adjustable Exhaust Port
- Stainless Steel Shelves
- Independent Overtemperature Safety
- Digital Timer
While oven applications are very diverse, it is possible to break down their uses into three main categories: Drying, Baking and Curing. Common drying applications include drying glassware, paper and pulp, textiles, non-flammable crystalline chemicals solid materials and tissue. Ovens are also used for biochemical research, drug metabolism research, moisture content analysis, pre-heating containers, moisture elimination, chemical precipitation and proteins and starch digestion.
|Exterior Dimensions (wxdxh)||Inches||37.8 x 34.0 x 48.0||37.5 x 35.0 x 78.3|
|cm||95.9 x 86.4 x 122.0||95.3 x 88.9 x 198.8|
|Chamber Dimensions (wxdxh)||Inches||30.7 x 24.7 x 31.0||30.7 x 25.0 x 62.0|
|cm||78.1 x 62.8 x 78.7||78.1 x 63.5 x 157.4|
|Incubator Chamber Capacity||cu. ft.||13.7||27.5|
|Temperature Recovery||minutes||8 minutes at 150°C||10 minutes at 150°C|
|Temperature Uniformity||celcius||+/- 3°C at 110°C||+/- 3.5°C at 150°C|
|Temperature Range||celcius||Ambient +15ºC to 260ºC||Ambient +15ºC to 260ºC|
|Heat-up Time||minutes||24 minutes to 150°C||24 minutes to 150°C|
|Number of Shelves||Included||3||6|
All specifications are determined by using average values on standard equipment at an ambient temperature of 25°C (77°F) and line voltages within +/-10% of unit type (115V/230V). Temperature specifications follow DIN 12880 methodology. We reserve the right to change specifications at any time.