Quincy Low-Temperature Lab Ovens with gravity or forced-air convection type has a maximum temperature of 210°F (99°C) or 225°F (107°C), respectively, and a minimum temperature of ambient ±15º. These ovens are compact, durable, and reliably perform drying and evaporative tasks.
Gravity convection models use a perforated heat shield to absorb and distribute radiant heat. Forced air models maintain a uniform temperature via a special fan and air transfer plenum.
Gravity and Forced-Air Ovens feature a digital PID microprocessor thermostat controllers, accuracy is maintained within ±1°C (±2°F). The digital temperature display can quickly be set to read in °F or °C. Energy-efficient, low-watt density Incoloy-sheathed elements are compact and provide quick time-to-temperature and recovery times.
Cabinet exteriors feature a durable baked, scratch-resistant finish. The door handle is constructed from high-impact thermoplastic. Outer cabinets have heavy steel double-wall construction. Interior chambers are made of corrosion-resistant aluminized steel and are insulated from the outer cabinet with one inch of high-density mineral wool. All Quincy Low-Temp Ovens are supplied with one fixed and two adjustable shelves. Optional extra shelves are also available.
Quality UL and CSA recognized components are used in all models. Standard models are equipped to operate 115V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz electrical supplies and are supplied with cords and plugs.