Lab-Line Vacuum Ovens
from Thermo Fisher Scientific
Our Most Popular, Multipurpose, Vacuum Ovens!
- 220°C (428°F) maximum temperature.
- Two control configurations and display options.
- 0.44 cu. ft. (12.5 L), 0.7 cu. ft. (19.8 L) and 2.3 cu. ft. (65 L) chamber volumes.
- 24 Month Warranty.
- Radiant warm wall heating system provides optimal uniformity and conserves chamber space for drying, curing, vacuum embedding, and plating applications.
- 3" (7.6 cm) glass wool insulation prevents heat loss from working chamber.
- Silicone door gasket and positive latch door maintain seal at all vacuum levels.
- Exclusive polycarbonate safety shield protects door glass.
- Vacuum fittings require .25" (.6 cm) I.D. tubing.
- 3618P and 3618P-1 have 0.25 compression fittings on the left side and require 0.25 O.D. copper or stainless steel tubing.
- Easy-to-clean #304 stainless steel chamber interior.
- Vacuum and air lines constructed with corrosion-resistant stainless steel tubing for optimum chamber cleanliness and long term performance.
- Two removable stacking aluminum shelves included standard.
- Powder coated heavy gauge steel exterior construction.
- Operating temperature range from ambient +5°C to 220°C (428°F).
- Vacuum level displayed on gauges from 0 to 30" Hg.
- Type 3606, 3608 and 3618 Vacuum Ovens feature a hydraulic thermostat to control temperature to ±1.5°C with a uniformity of ±5°C (@ 100°C; 25" Hg) and built-in over temperature protection.
- Type 3618P Vacuum Ovens feature programmable microprocessor-based P.I.D. temperature control that regulates to within ±0.2°C with a uniformity of ± 2.4°C (@ 100°C; 25" Hg).
- The programmable microprocessor-based temperature control on Type 3618P Vacuum Ovens run at a single set point or utilize a 24-step program of ramps and dwells.
- There vacuum ovens feature independent vacuum and purge needle valves.
- Models 3606 and 3606-1 have top-mounted independent evacuation and venting vacuum fittings; all other models feature front-mounted three-way valve for evacuation, venting, and purging of inert gases (e.g. Nitrogen or Argon) with vacuum fittings on front of unit.