TQC Hotplate Stirrer with external temperature probe, support rod and clamp.

The ceramic coated hotplate of the TQC Hotplate Stirrer has a high chemical/Acid resistance. The Jog-Shuttle switch (Turn + Push) eases setting heat (up to 380°C), stirring speed (80-1500 RPM) and time. The illuminated display shows these values, and they can be stored in the memory of the TQC Hotplate Stirrer. The temperature is adjustable in 0,5°C steps., stirring speed in 5 RPM steps. TQC Hotplate Stirrer has a capacity of 20 liter.

The end of a run or probe failure is indicated with an acoustic signal. The TQC Hotplate Stirrer is protected against overheating and overload.



Art. No. VF8800

TQC Digital Hotplate Stirrer, incl. temperature probe

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