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Oven Range Offers Maximum Flexibility and Unparalleled Performance

Aug 08 2018 Read 1372 Times

Designed to meet the increasing demands of today’s laboratory and process facility, OP Ovens from LTE Scientific offer maximum flexibility and unparalleled performance. These products are widely regarded to represent excellent value for money as they combine outstanding build quality. LTE is well known for the reliability and performance of its laboratory ovens and microbiological incubators.

Operating within a temperature range of 40 - 250°C, the OP range offers extremely fast heat up times, almost undetectable over-shoot and superb accuracy. Set and actual temperatures are digitally displayed and to ensure sample safety, a manual reset over-temperature cut out (meeting IEC1010-2-010) has been incorporated.

Available Sizes: 60, 100, 150 and 250 litres. Each model available with either fan circulation or natural convection, adjustable vent and a choice of PID control systems to suit most applications.

This ranges from single temperature set-point controller, through to a multi-program option, which stores up to eight multiple step cycles in the memory. This includes a ramp function which controls the temperature rise and fall rates. The programme can be stopped, repeated for a specified number of times or continue until interrupted, and in the event of a power failure the product has an automatic recovery function.

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