Quincy Lab Digital Forced Air Ovens feature a digital PID microprocessor that provides not only ease of use but maintains an accuracy of ±0.5°C allowing for the most demanding applications, and a forced air circulation allowing for a more uniform distribution of heat throughout the chamber, which also facilitates evaporating. They are designed to meet the laboratory needs of industry, research organizations and schools. Well-crafted and versatile, they are used for part drying, baking, curing, sterilizing, evaporating, heat treating, annealing, and testing, as well as many more applications.
- Circulating fan provides air circulation for improved uniformity
- Dual overtemperature safety features will shut-off the unit until it is manually reset
- Corrosion resistant aluminized interior
- Resistive-tubular incoloy heating elements
- 1" inch of high density mineral wool insulation
- Insulated Steel Doors with high impact thermoplastic handles
- 2 adjustable and 1 fixed nickeled plated shelves
- Baked in scratch-resistant powder coated finish
Cabinets are as attractive as they are durable. Exteriors are painted light gray and have a hard, scratch-resistant hammer finish. Doors open with high-impact thermoplastic handles. Cabinets have heavy steel double-wall construction. Workspace is insulated from the outer cabinet with one inch of high-density mineral wool, and interiors are made of corrosion-resistant aluminized steel.
The digital control combines the features of the analog model but offers the ease of temperature setting and the stability of a full PID microprocessor that accurately maintains settings within ±0.5°C (1°F), even in varying ambient or power supply conditions. This feature helps to confirm stability or indicate any control malfunction or power loss throughout a process period. The digital controller features large LED's that continuously display set temperature and process temperature, as well as a setting lock mode that provides protection against accidental or inadvertent adjustment.
Energy-efficient, low-watt density, incoloy sheathed elements are engineered into a compact design for quick run-up and recovery times. Temperature uniformity is greatly improved by a perforated heat shield which absorbs radiant heat and distributes it more evenly throughout the product chamber.