A muffle is equipment used in a laboratory to maintain a heat source at a regulated temperature. This is vital in some experiments where it is required that the material be kept at a specific temperature. It consists of a closed body with a heating element inside, is connected to a source of energy, such as a power outlet, and adjusts to the desired temperature.
There are many different instruments that can be used to measure the concentration of glucose in a solution. One of these instruments is the micropipette. It is a small manual pipette used to measure very small volumes of liquid, it is a precision instrument that is used in many different laboratory applications.
Ice ice makers are specialized equipment that possess the ability thanks to their structure to produce large quantities of ice for disposal in any area or procedure required within the laboratory or other institution. They work by increasing the efficiency of ice production and by supplying large quantities of this element for the various procedures required.
An ice maker is a machine for making ice. This machine produces the ice from moving water, the difference from the traditional method of making ice, where the water is frozen. This principle results in the air being removed, as well as the suspended solids.
An ice maker is a piece of equipment where the water is poured into a tray that has a specific format to shape the ice that you want to create. The tray freezes slowly and gradually in layers until the water freezes completely and creates the ice cubes. Once the correct temperature is reached, the tray heats up enough to allow the cubes to separate. The cubes are deposited in the storage tank.
The flake ice machine is equipment that has as main objective to produce flake ice in large quantities for disposal in any area or procedure required within the laboratory. These flake ice machines are used to increase the efficiency of ice production, quickly providing large amounts of this element for various procedures carried out in a laboratory.
Vacuum stoves are laboratory units used for drying thermosensitive materials, whose temperature extension can eliminate the creation of bacteriological cells, or materials that oxidize under heating. The temperature regulation processes of these units are precise, and the drying mechanisms with turbo function, is shown in its splendor.
The stove is a laboratory equipment capable of reaching extreme temperatures ranging from 200 ° C to 350 ° C, they are made of stainless steel, with double glass door sealed insulated walls, which favors air circulation. All types of samples are introduced into the equipment and subjected to a wide range of processes. It is ideal for the agri-food sector.