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Only quality UL and CSA recognized components are used in all forced air digital ovens. The gravity connection ovens are designed to meet the laboratory needs of industry, research organizations, and schools. These ovens are well-crafted and used for part drying, baking, curing, sterilizing, evaporating, heat treating, annealing, and testing. The models also offer forced-air circulation allowing for uniform distribution of heat throughout the chamber, which also facilitates dehydration and evaporating. All ovens have temperature ranges of: ambient +25°F minimum, to 450°F/232°C maximum, and are competitively priced and offer exceptional value and reliability.
The digital control combines the features of the analog model, but offers the ease of temperature setting and the stability of a full PID microprocessor that accurately maintains settings within +/- 0.5°C (1°F) at any given time. These ovens also feature large LEDs that display temperature and process temperature, along with a setting lock mode that provides protection against adjustments.
These general-purpose, digitial temperature-controlled, bench ovens have been developed primarily for the industrial lab. This series provides large bench or portable capacity. Although there are several different models and styles, all bench series ovens offer these standard features: fan-forced air circulation, aluminized interiors, Incoloy sheathed heating elements, 6-lb high-density mineral wool insulation, gasketed doors, adjustable 80-lb capacity shelves, high/low heat switch, rapid run-up and recovery times, 6-foot cord with plug, baked in scratch-resistant powder coated finish, and an 18-month factory warranty. All ovens are fully tested prior to shipment.
The digital PID microprocessor provides not only ease of temperature setting, but temperature tracking and ramp & soak capability, allowing for the most demanding applications. Digitally controlled ovens use a 'J'-Type thermocouple and will hold set temperatures to within ±0.5°C, providing improved uniformity.
These ovens are perfect for: preheating, thermal testing, self-batch processing, part drying, curing, baking, evaporating or dehydrating various media and soil aggregate, as well as many other applications. All units feature large work spaces and excellent portability.
SEEDBURO Equipment Company is a leading manufacturer and distributor of handling, testing, inspection and grading equipment for the grain, feed and seed industries.
SEEDBURO has been the leading supplier for over 95 years, priding itself on providing quality, state-of-the-art equipment. Seedburo strives for excellence in all facets of their manufacturing and distribution.
Founded in 1912, SEEDBURO quickly became one of the largest distributors of equipment for the inspection, grading and testing of grain in the United States. Seedburo also provides a wide range of seed germination, seed vigor and seed analysis equipment. Seedburo first began exporting equipment world-wide in 1940 through an extensive network of international sales personnel. Today, we annually reach over 90 countries with our seed and grain testing, inspection, grading and quality control equipment.
SEEDBURO has exclusive distribution of many lines of equipment to the agricultural industries. Some of these products are the numerous Brass Grain Probes, Boerner Grain Divider and Precision Dividers, Count-A-Pak Seed Counters, Burrows Moisture Testers, SEEDBURO Computer Grain Scales, Ohaus Grading Scales, Official USDA Grading and Inspection Visual Reference Images and Inspection Stations, SEEDBURO Germinators, Pollination bags, Paper toweling and Kimpak paper. We also handle the Capital Safety lanyards, harnesses, Lad Saf climbing systems and the Personal Fall Protection equipment lines.
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