A heating mantle is designed to heat up samples or fluids in laboratories. Therefore the fluid that has to be heated is put in a round-bottom flask inside the heating mantle, which is heated up by means of a heating element. A heating mantle is an auxiliary device that is applied mainly in laboratories. The heating mantle helps you to heat or temper various samples or chemicals in the laboratory. The round-bottom flask that holds 100 ml is placed into a crocheted net and is heated by means of a heating element beneath.
The device has a power of 100 Watt and reaches temperatures of up to 450 °C. Due to the simple fact that the heating mantle offers space for a round-bottom flask with a capacity of 100 ml, it is proven that the heating mantle can heat a relatively large amount of fluids. Despite its large volume, it has the ability to heat the whole 0.1 liters as fast as possible since it only needs a short heat-up time in order to deliver the desired result. The temperature regulation of the heating mantle is performed by a stepless regulated rotary switch.
|For round-bottom flasks||100 ml|
|Maximum operation temperature||0 ... +450 °C|
|Voltage Supply||230 V AC / 50 Hz|
|Operating temperature||+5 ... + 40 ºC|
|Operating humidity||0 ... 90 % H.r.|
|Housing||Cold rolled steel with painted surface|
75 × 48 mm|
|Dimensions outer||Ø 200 ×170 mm|
|Weight||approx. 1.5 kg|