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Laboratory Hot Air Oven in Indonesia

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Presto Stantest supplies premium quality of Hot Air Oven in Indonesia to the manufacturers of different production verticals to examine the effect of different environmental conditions and temperatures to analyze the impact of different temperatures on the products. The instrument can be operated with the great ease as it is assembled with all user-friendly features. The device is designed keeping in mind certain standard test methods that are introduced by various national and international standardization authorities like ASTM, ISO, BIS that indicates that the device fulfills the testing needs of international markets too.

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Presto Stantest supplies high-quality of Laboratory Hot Air Oven in Indonesia the manufacturers in different industries to perform various types of test. The testing instrument is assembled with numerous sophisticated features like PID controller cum indicator, RTD-PT 100 sensor, digital preset time and many more that helps the user to control the machine easily. The machine is designed with a double-walled chamber that provides better insulation. The testing machine is supplied complete with the calibration certificate which is approved by NABL approved labs.

    • Temperature range is ambient to 250o
    • It is designed with PID temperature controller to set the required temperature.
    • It has RTD PT-100 sensor to sense the level of inside chamber temperature.
    • The digital timer helps to set the number of cycles.
    • The size of the inner chamber is 18” x 18” x 18”.
    • It requires a power supply of 220V, 50 Hz.

    • The double walled chamber is filled with glass wool for better insulation.
    • PID controller is provided to set accurate temperature.
    • The high-speed blower fan ensures uniform heat throughout the cabinet.
    • Adjustable stainless steel trays are provided for sample placement.

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