Stuart is expanding its already successful range of Undergrad hotplate stirrers with two innovative digital models. In order to deliver the highest levels of control and accuracy, the new models include a LED display with an exact, continuous read out of the surface temperature. Combined with the existing features of the Undergrad hotplate range, these latest additions mean researchers have even greater control over their experiments and processes.
The new Undergrad hotplate stirrers come in two materials - ceramic and ceramic coated metal. Both employ the features of the existing Undergrad range, including minimal storage and footprint, with a recess underneath that accommodates a retort stand. This reduces the time spent assembling apparatus. In addition, an independent hot light clearly shows when instrument temperature is over 50˚C, even when the unit is unplugged.
"The Stuart range has always been focused on providing reliable, precise equipment that meet requirements across a range of applications," said Jackie Taylor, Product Manager at Bibby Scientific. "With the introduction of two new Undergrad hotplate stirrers, we are pleased to be able to offer even more accurate heaters for users who need exceptional levels of control."
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