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Ovens, Laboratory, Vacuum

Definition : Laboratory ovens designed to provide the relatively low-vacuum environment in the working chamber necessary in some laboratory procedures. They usually operate (frequently using a computer program) at temperatures ranging from ambient to a maximum of between 200 and 300 degrees Celsius (392 to 572 degrees Fahrenheit). These ovens usually consist of a thermal isolated chamber made of corrosion-proof materials and, frequently, thick walls and a glass window; opening and closing purge and vacuum valves and ports; time-and-temperature sensors and controls (either manual or automated); temperature protection, and alarms. Some vacuum ovens permit operation with an inert gas environment in the working chamber. Vacuum laboratory ovens are used mainly in procedures such as desiccating, moisture testing, annealing, and vacuum embedding. They are available in many different capacities (typically from 14 to 54 cubic dm/0.5 to 2 cubic feet) and configurations (e.g., tabletop, upright, undercounter).

Entry Terms : "Vacuum Laboratory Ovens"

UMDC code : 21088

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Advanced Research Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Cole Parmer

Company Type: Parent

Gardner Denver Inc

Company Type: Parent

Gardner Denver, founded in 1859, is a global manufacturer of industrial compressors, blowers, pumps, loading arms and fuel systems. The Company has 40 manufacturing facilities located in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific with offices in 36 different countries. 2010 Revenues were $1.9 billion dollars with approximately 66% of that revenue coming from outside of the United States. The Company believes its major products are leaders within the industries it serves.

Sheldon Mfg Inc

Company Type: Parent

Sheldon Manufacturing, Inc. was founded in 1970 with the goal of being a worldwide leading manufacturer of constant temperature equipment.

SP Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

SP Industries, Inc., is a privately held manufacturer of specialty glassware and laboratory and process equipment serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, scientific, educational, industrial, and OEM markets. It is comprised of leading well known brands representing over 250 combined years of experience, quality and innovation. Graham Partners, a leading, established private investment firm that manages approximately $1.5 billion in equity capital, acquired SP Industries in March 2011.SP Industries is a global supplier committed to providing the best products and services available to its customers. We offer a world-wide sales and service network with full product support including training and technical assistance.

Terra Universal Inc

Company Type: Parent

Terra creates solutions for application-specific manufacturing challenges, quickly and economically. Terra's manufacturing complex in Fullerton, California includes latest-technology CNC sheet metal and plastic equipment along with complete welding, electronics, and metal finishing shops.

The Grieve Corp

Company Type: Parent

We started out in 1949 with one goal in mind...to create a line of industrial heat processing equipment our customers could believe in.Today, while much at Grieve has changed, our commitment to that goal is steadfast. At Grieve, You'll find quality at each and every step of the design and manufacturing process. With CAD/CAM/CAE design equipment and ever-improving manufacturing procedures, we make the very best ovens and furnaces possible.

Yield Engineering Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

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