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Testing Instruments in Khambhat, Gujarat

Testing Instruments Manufacturer and Supplier in Khambhat

Presto group is the leading supplier of testing instruments in Khambhat. We are manufacturing products in compliance with international testing standards to deliver accurate test results with high precision. Fragments incorporated in the test machines are premium quality parts that assure high operational life and have a considerable effect on the maintenance cost. As far our post delivery service is concerned, our service engineers are scattered all over the country to attend the service calls originating from different regions. To make this process faster, we have settled territorial teams dedicated to different regions which are responsible for tapping any purchase and service requests in the region.

At Presto, we aim to deliver excellent service to our clients, thus prefer to deal directly with them. We do not engage any dealers or traders in the buying cycle as we do not want any unnecessary extension in delivery time and service response time. As we undertake customization request of testing instruments in Khambhat, direct customer dealing helps our design engineers to work closely with the client and work as per his accordance. While doing this, we make sure that all our modified designs are not violating the testing standards in anyways. 


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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...