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Looking for a new laboratory drying oven for the lab Oct 25, 2021
Use cases of laboratory ovens:
Chemists, biologists, engineers, and researchers use laboratory ovens for various purposes. These ovens involve drug stablity testing, technology development, forensics, electronic testing and material processing.

The laboratory oven heats the material by convection. The material is placed in a separate chamber instead of the main chamber. It can prevent the material from changing, but the heat is enough to dry or solidify.
The oven has double walls with a layer of insulating material (usually air) between them to save energy. The inner wall is made of a material with low thermal conductivity. The outer layer is made of metal. They are equipped with hot air circulation fans to achieve even heat distribution.

Laboratory ovens in industry
Before buying a laboratory oven, you should consult an industrial oven manufacturer to find out which type of oven you need. When looking for the perfect laboratory oven, consider the needs of your industry.

Various types of laboratory ovens have a variety of functions that have been continuously developed over the years. Therefore, reliable and powerful equipment has been improved year by year to meet the requirements and needs of laboratories.

Customers can choose from a range of models, whether the oven is for quick investment or is equipped with numerous programs with multiple stages.

Mechanical convection ovens, vacuum drying ovens, gravity ovens and high-temperature ovens can help in the pharmaceutical industry and laboratories. On the other hand, multi-purpose ovens and forced ventilation ovens are used for glassware drying, while vacuum ovens can dry fragile materials and remove flammable solvents. Benchtop and laboratory ovens are ideal solutions for small spaces and when small batches of loads need to be disinfected, dried or cured.

However, when looking for a new oven for your laboratory, what qualities and functions should you look for?

Price—Although there is certainly an argument against making choices based purely on price, it is important to understand that laboratories usually operate with minimal capital and may not have a lot of idle capital.
Scale-This is usually just the main problem for laboratories that lack space or worry about energy consumption. It should also be noted that temperature control is more difficult in larger ovens.
Temperature range-this is the most important attribute and refers to the highest reliable operating temperature above the ambient temperature. The most common ranges are 250ºC, 300ºC, 400ºC, etc.
Temperature uniformity-this is another important feature, which means that every point in the oven is at the same temperature as the temperature shown on the display. Some manufacturers will adopt stricter conformance standards than others.
Energy consumption-Today, it is possible to buy ovens that minimize power consumption. This can save you thousands of dollars throughout the life of the device. Efficiency is a complex quality, which is based on many different factors.
Ergonomics-Although laboratory oven controls are not too difficult to use, they should be easy to view and access on the front panel and should not require the operator to bend over or reach.

Jiangsu XCH Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd., with professional knowledge and experience, can help you find a laboratory oven that meets your needs.

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