GFL Shaking Water Baths, Model: 1083
Specifications and features
- Microprocessor-controlled temperature regulation.
- Excellent temperature constancy: ± 0.1 °C temporal at 50 °C.
- Optimum temperature distribution throughout the whole bath interior.
- Digital temperature readout and setting via LED display, in steps of 0.1 °C.
- Soft touch keys with characteristic symbols.
- Electronic monitoring; in case of fault, cause is reported on display.
- Two independently working over-temperature protections.
- Maintenance-free and low-wear shaking mechanism, continuously adjustable electronic speed control, gentle start-up.
- Constant speed independent of load.
- The shaking device is guided on corrosion-resistant special ball bearings.
- Easily removable shaking rack.
- Thermal insulating and double-walled arched lid prevents twisting and dropping back of condensed water into the test tubes.
- Bath interior and shaking rack made of stainless steel.
- Corrosion proof exterior housing made of electrolytically galvanised sheet steel, powder-coated.
- Drain cock at the back of the bath.
- GFL Shaking Water Baths are particularly used whenever exactly reproducible temperatures are required for shaking tasks. Their scope of applications comprises incubations, fermentations, homogenisations, chemical and biochemical reactions, enzyme and tissue studies.
- Temperature range approx. 5 °C above ambient temperature to +99.9 °C
- Temperatur range
- (operation with water level regulator) approx. 3 °C above tap water temperature to +99.9 °C
- Capacity approx. 20 l
- Shaking motion reciprocating, with on / off switch
- Shaking frequency from 10 – 250 min -1
- Shaking amplitude 22 mm
- Working height of bath
- (including lid) 190 mm (above shaking rack)
- Max. water level above shaking rack / tray 105 mm / 90 mm
- Inner dimensions
(W x D x H) 450 x 300 x 160 mm
- Exterior dimensions
- (W x D x H) 715 x 520 x 330 mm
- Electrical connection 230 V / 50…60 Hz / 1.5 kW *
- Net / gross weight 28.0 / 32.0 kgs
- Packing volume approx. 0.29 m3