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Heating Mantle

Generally speaking, a heating mantle is referred to as a device that is used in laboratories to heat or temper certain media in glass vessels. Due to the various sizes of the glass vessels, the exact amounts of liquids that are necessary can be heated. The scope of volumes of a heating mantle at our ranges from 100 ml up to 10 liters. This ensures that every customer can get exactly the product that suits their individual requirements.

A heating mantle is used in laboratories for the exact preparation of samples and thus, it is very important that these devices have a high level of functionality and accuracy. A typical heating mantle from we works with a round-bottom flask which is inserted into a basket made of woven fabric. Inside that round-bottom flask, there is the liquid to be heated or tempered by means of the heating elements which are located in the heating mantle. Our heating mantle portfolio comprises different sizes of the heating mantle itself and of the round-bottom flask like, for example, 1,000 or 5,000 ml, and the devices can reach different temperatures and have various levels of temperature regulation.

Temperatures of up to +450 °C (842 °F) are possible. The heat-up time is very short which enables laboratory professionals to start their work soon. Another advantage of using a heating mantle is that the heat is distributed very evenly, which means that the danger of hotspots on the flask is eliminated. Also, no condensed water will be created when using a heating mantle. In comparison to other tempering equipment like hot plates, Bunsen burners, or water baths, a heating mantle are suitable for organic liquids which can sometimes inflame when using other equipment.

A heating mantle is very easy to use but a short instruction manual is included in the delivery.

Heating Mantle
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