• Innovative IR hotplate/stirrer for precision lab applications

Liquid Handling

Innovative IR hotplate/stirrer for precision lab applications

Jan 11 2024

Experience the cutting-edge design of the Wiggens WH390-NH, featuring the latest infrared heating technology for efficient and powerful heating (2000 W). This innovative hotplate-stirrer is engineered to rapidly heat various vessel shapes, including round-bottom flasks, reaching a maximum temperature of 550°C in a very short time.

Benefiting from Schott glass ceramic surface technology, the WH390-NH ensures chemical resistance, high surface quality, and temperature shock resistance exceeding 700°C. The poreless smooth surface facilitates easy cleaning, while the high infrared permeability ensures rapid and efficient liquid heating, optimising time and energy usage.

Equipped with three pre-set PID options for different volume heating applications, the WH390-NH self-optimises for perfect temperature stability. Connection of a Pt-100 sensor enables temperature-controlled work with a remarkable stability of +/- 2°C in most applications.

Beyond its swift heating and precise temperature control, the WH390-NH offers controlled liquid mixing from gentle to intense, making it suitable for large-volume viscous media. Separate control knobs enable independent management of stirring and heating functions, while a user-friendly touch screen provides visibility and monitoring of essential parameters.

The WH390-NH's memory function for stirring speed and temperature settings adds convenience to experiments, ensuring a consistent starting point. The residual-heat display enhances user safety, preventing burns. With its array of features, the Wiggens hotplate stirrer emerges as the premier solution for efficient and versatile liquid heating and mixing in laboratory settings, catering to diverse applications, including the exacting requirements of cannabis extraction.

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