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Laboratory Hot Air Oven in Tanzania

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The Laboratory Hot Air Oven in Tanzania is used for testing the quality of the materials and products under extreme working conditions. The accurate analysis is made to examine the effect of high temperatures on the physical properties of the products. The tool ensures the robust performance of the products under extreme industrial conditions and outputs the best quality. The machine fulfills all the norms of quality testing standards and is also used in the international markets.

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Presto is well known for their quality testing equipment and added the Laboratory Hot Air Oven in Tanzania for the quality inspection of various materials. The instrument tests the effects of high temperatures on the quality of products to check the heating effect. The RTD Pt-100 heat sensor in the device is used to sense and monitor the test procedures. The test temperature is set with high accuracy using the PID controller and the digital preset timer accurately sets the test timing. Presto supplies the application with a user manual and conformance certificate.

    • The temperature ranging from ambient to 2500 C with temperature resolution 10
    • The PID temperature controller provides effective control and programming of test temperature.
    • The RTD PT-100 sensor senses the temperature for efficient control of the testing.
    • A digital preset timer for accurate presetting of test timing.
    • The inner size is 18 X 18 X 18 inches and other sizes are available on request.
    • The instrument operates at the regulated power supply of single-phase AC of rating 220 volts and 50 Hz.

    • The double-walled has glass wool insulation for reducing the heat loss.
    • The PID controller is based on microcontrollers.
    • A blower for uniform heat distribution throughout the chamber.
    • The stainless steel trays with adjustable heights for sample placement.

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