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Hanna Instruments COD Incubator with 25 Vial Capacity HI-839800
Brand: HANNA INSTRUMENTS
DWT Code: 11463
Supplier Code: HI-839800-02
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KEY FEATURES
  • Dedicated temperature profiles for COD and total phosphorus reactions are pre-set to 150°C
  • The total nitrogen analysis temperature is pre-set to 105°C
  • In adjustable temperature mode (50 to 150°C), the heater can be used for other samples that require different digestion temperatures
  • Reactor has a thermal fuse that prevents overheating by disabling the heater
An easy to use test tube heater with a vial capacity to perform up to 25 simultaneous digestions.
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DESCRIPTION

The Hanna HI 839800 thermo-reactor is an easy to use test tube heater with a vial capacity to perform up to 25 simultaneous digestions. Complete with a countdown timer, it can be used for timed or infinity testing procedures.

Robust and durable, the main body of the instrument is machined from a single block of metal. Temperature within the block is carefully controlled using a sophisticated electronic thermostat and displayed on the LCD. It can be verified quickly and easily by placing a thermometer in the temperature well provided.

The reactor is equipped with 6 pre-defined and 2 user-defined °C profiles.

Included
INCLUDED
  • 25 Vial Heater with Timer
Additional Information
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • Temperature Of Reaction: selectable, 105°C or 150°C
  • Temperature Stability: ±0.5°C
  • Capacity: 25 vials (dia 16 x 100 mm, 0.6 x 3.9"), 1 receptacle for a reference thermometer with stainless steel probe
  • Accuracy: ±2°C (@25°C/77°F)
  • Warm Up Time: approx. 30 minutes, depending on selected temperature
  • Timer Range: 0 to 120 minutes with acoustic alarm and automatic shut-off
  • Power Supply: 100 Vac, 50/60 Hz; 230 Vac; 50 Hz; 250W; 2A fuse
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