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Heating Mantles, Laboratory

Definition : Laboratory devices designed to heat a container. These devices typically consist of an insulated, countertop, corrosion-resistant housing with internal heating elements appropriate for partial or total introduction of a container (e.g., a flask) and, usually, a temperature control. Heating mantle housings are frequently semiflexible to permit the tight accommodation of the container; some devices can reach very high temperatures up to 650 degrees C (1,042 degrees F). Heating mantles are used in clinical laboratories for rapid distillation of water and/or cracking of vapor and liquid materials.

Entry Terms : "Laboratory Heating Mantles"

UMDC code : 23432

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J-KEM Scientific Inc

Company Type: Parent

Since its origin in 1987, J-KEM Scientific, Inc. has established itself as the leader in temperature and vacuum control equipment. The key to J-KEM's success is understanding the requirements of researchers and manufacturing products that surpass their needs.

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