Chillers, circulators and water baths

They are laboratory equipment that is made up of a container filled with hot water. Water baths are used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time. All water baths have a digital or analog interface that allows users to set the desired temperature.

Applications include reagent heating, substrate melting, or cell culture incubation. It is also used to allow certain chemical reactions to occur at high temperatures. Water baths are a preferred source of heat for heating flammable chemicals rather than an open flame to prevent ignition.

Different types of water baths are used depending on the application. For all water baths, it can be used up to 99.9 Β° C. When the temperature is above 100 Β° C, alternative methods such as oil bath, silicone bath or sand bath can be used.

Coolers, a water bath and a circulation bath

At present there are numerous laboratory equipment that facilitate the processes carried out in these places, including: coolers, circulation baths and a water bath.

What is a laboratory cooler?

A cooler is a laboratory equipment used to remove heat from a product or process. This equipment acts as a heat exchanger, in other words, it cools using a contact surface through which the hot material passes. In the past, laboratories used cold water, ice, dry ice, or liquid nitrogen for cooling. Chillers are easy-to-use equipment and highly accurate, which is why they have become quite popular in recent years. The difference between each of them lies in their capacitor. In a water cooler, the water is responsible for cooling the coolant. In air coolers, ambient air is used to change the phase refrigerant. These have the condenser outside or inside the housing.

Difference between a water bath and a circulation bath

A water bath is a laboratory equipment consisting of a container filled with hot water. The water bath is used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time. All water baths have a digital or analog interface that allows users to set the desired temperature.

Applications include reagent heating, substrate melting, or cell culture incubation. It is also used to allow certain chemical reactions to occur at high temperatures. The water bath is a preferred heat source for heating flammable chemicals rather than an open flame to prevent ignition. Different types of water baths are used depending on the application. For all water baths, it can be used up to 99.9 Β° C. When the temperature is above 100 Β° C, alternative methods such as oil bath, silicone bath or sand bath can be used.

Our best-selling Water Bath:

Heating and Cooling Circulation Bath YR04986 // YR05000

YR series of heated and cooled circulators provides constant temperature liquid environment from -40 ℃ to 100 ℃, used for temperature control of electronic component testing, chemical synthesis, life science experiments, etc.

Characteristics

  • PID temperature control
  • Overheating alarm control
  • Low water level alarm
  • High efficiency compressor cooling, low noise, fluorine free
  • High flow and pressure of the circulation pump
  • The tank is made of 304 stainless steel
  • Aperture design, can also be used for tank experiments Aperture design, can also be used for tank experiments

At Kalstein you can find the ideal bathroom for your laboratory.

Because there are multiple laboratory baths, it is important to consider the practical tips for using recirculation baths in your laboratory:

  • To avoid dangerous chemical reactions, do not use a bath with applications that have explosive or moisture sensitive properties.
  • It is important to regularly check the water level in a water bath. Be sure to use only distilled water so that no salts build up on the heating element.
  • Regular use of disinfectants will help inhibit the growth of organisms in the water bath. Regular decontamination prevents the results of the experiments
  • Bring the bath temperature to at least 90 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes at least once a week to help decontaminate the water bath as well.
  • For working with chemicals that generate fumes, it is recommended to operate equipment inside a range hood or in a well-ventilated workspace.
  • Keep the water bath lid tightly closed to help prevent evaporation and to help you reach the highest possible temperatures.

Types of Baths to use in laboratory procedures

Circulating Bath Heater

HC series heating circulating bath provides 100 ℃, 200 ℃ ambient temperature, and can be customized to 300 degree constant temperature liquid environment, used for electronic component testing, temperature control ...

Oil Bath

YR oil bath series is widely used in bioengineering, medicine, food, chemical industry, gold treatment, petroleum and other fields. To provide users with a high precision, controlled and uniform temperature constant place ...

Cooling and Heating Bath

YR series of heated and cooled circulators provides constant temperature liquid environment from -40 ℃ to 100 ℃, used for temperature control of electronic component testing, chemical synthesis, life science experiments, etc.

Circulation Pump

YR series heating and cooling circulation pump is the most widely used circulation pump for chemical reactors. Contains cooling system, heating system, pre-cooling system, three systems can be used continuously

Thermostatic Magnetic Shaking Bath

304 stainless steel heater. The magnetic stirring system makes the stirrer rotate synchronously, so that the solution in the bath can be heated and stirred evenly. Brushless DC motor ensures performance

Water bath

The YR transparent water bath series has a transparent chamber design, with great improvement in temperature uniformity and precision, specially designed for tissue culture, enzyme reaction studies, growth observation studies, etc.

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What is the ideal laboratory bath?

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which laboratory bath to buy to suit your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate them to find what you are looking for.

Difference between water bath and circulation

A water bath is a laboratory equipment consisting of a container filled with hot water. The water bath is used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time.

What is a laboratory tissue water bath?

Water baths are a very common element in any type of microbiological laboratory. This type of equipment is a container that is capable of retaining hot water to incubate samples in water at constant temperature during

What is pathological laboratory anatomy?

Pathological anatomy is the science that studies the pathophysiological and morphological alterations of the disease. Study the disease at the organic, tissue, cellular, subcellular, and molecular level.

What is a recirculation bath?

A recirculating bath is ideal laboratory equipment for any application that requires the placement of multiple samples in a water bath. They are useful equipment when a constant and reliable temperature is necessary, since they move the liquids while providing the set temperature. For example, in microbiological research, continuous shaking will allow cell cultures growing in the liquid to mix with air.

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