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Testing Instruments in Kalol, Gujarat

Testing Instruments Manufacturer and Supplier in Kalol

Presto Group is the leading manufacturer and supplier of testing instruments in Kalol. To fulfil the rising testing demands of manufacturers, we have started new branch offices to deliver personalised assistance to the clients in different parts of the country. Our coordinators from your region will help you in choosing the right machines for your industry. Also, in the case of customization request, we work closely with you to take inputs in best possible manner. Our design engineers, who are specialised in dealing with modifying products make sure that specifications are incorporated by following the test standards. We do not customise the products as per specifications unless they are complying with testing standards.

Our testing equipment are made with parts of premium quality, which gives a reliability to work for long test runs. We make sure that our devices have a minimum maintenance cost. This is why we always guide our clients to use the equipment preferably in lab conditions. We proudly boast about the accuracy and shelf life of the products which is the result of using quality parts. For e.g., in our hot air oven, we use German fans which have a life of approximately 25 years. If you want testing instruments in Kalol, contact our team of experts. 

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Sterilizing Glassware in a Laboratory Hot Air Oven

When sterilizing glassware such as bottles, Petri dishes, and test tubes, dry heat is required and this is carried out in a hot air oven. The ideal temperature of the oven needs to reach is at least 160°C and the contents need to be regulated in this heat for 45 to 60 minutes. The contents must not be removed from the oven immediately as a slow cooling period is necessary – ideally when the temperature has reduced down to 50°c, but no less.

The reason for the gradual cooling period is to avoid the cracking of glassware as well as preventing air (that could potentially contain contaminating organisms) entering the oven.Read Full Article...