New Hotplate-Stirrer Features Innovative IR Heating Technology
Mar 12 2021
Innovative infrared heating technology from Wiggens has been used to produce the new generation hotplate-stirrer WH380. With an integrated, powerful heating capacity and stronger magnetic driving system, these laboratory stirrers are extremely well suited for gentle to intensive mixing of liquids. At the same time, it can quickly heat liquids or simply keep them at a steady temperature. The maximum temperature on the top plate allows up to 550ºC. A powerful magnetic drive system can mix 20 litres of water.
Chemical resistance, a high surface quality, and a resistance to temperature shocks of more than 700°C provides the user with maximum benefits compared to conventional heating surface materials. The poreless smooth surface enables even the most stubborn dirt to be easily removed. The high infrared permeability ensures that the heating energy is transferred quickly and with a low loss rate, i.e. it heats liquids faster than other heating surface materials, thus saving time and energy.
Many applications in the laboratory require temperature-controlled heating, or temperatures to be kept constant, so a Pt 100 temperature sensor (optional) can be connected which enables control between 40°C to 300°C at an stability level of ± 2°C. The actual and the set temperatures can be monitored on the LED display. The stand rod holder on the back panel of the device can be used to connect temperature sensor conveniently and securely.
As the device is controlled using infrared touch control technology, the design of Wiggens hotplates excels by the absence of exposed controls, metal frames, or dirt-attracting corners. These design features contribute to a considerable minimisation of efforts required for cleaning and in daily use.
Overheat protection and instruction of residual heat for prevention of scald. A new method to ensure your experiment is safer and more efficient.
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