Laboratory Baths

Circulating Water Baths offer intuitive one-touch controls.
Laboratory Baths

Circulating Water Baths offer intuitive one-touch controls.

Baths are equipped with TC Series digital programmable controllers, which provide temperature control during viscosity measurement to help ensure accurate test results and predicting product performance. Controllers, equipped with 3 adjustable, pre-set temperatures, offer full graphic display with help menus, time and temperature programming with data logging, and interface with proprietary...

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Metrology Bath provides stability of
Laboratory Baths

Metrology Bath provides stability of

Model 7340 covers temperatures from -40 to 150°C, and can be used as standard for calibrating reference-grade thermometers. Unit includes RS-232 interface and Hart's Interface-it software for automating control of bath through PC. Quick drain spout is included so fluids covering different temperature ranges can be easily changed if necessary. Optional floor cart is available for mobility.

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Water Bath keeps viscometers hot and cold.
Laboratory Baths

Water Bath keeps viscometers hot and cold.

Model TC-601 Compact Refrigerated Circulating Water Bath works with company's viscometers, rheometers, and accessories. Its small footprint, 8 x 16 in., minimizes use of valuable laboratory bench space. It comes with heating and cooling capability over operating range from -20 to 200 deg C, and is available with manual or programmable controller. Unit operates in stand-alone mode. To use, just...

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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I
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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I

For refineries and petrochemical plants, cleaning heat exchangers is a dirty job but somebody has to do it. While there are many approaches on how to clean shell and tube heat exchangers, it is indisputable that the right method is absolutely critical for ensuring that equipment is fully operational. Otherwise, you could end up with a potential equipment shutdown, which will cost you time and money. In this three-part series, you will learn about the various benefits, methods, and obstacles involved in heat exchanger cleaning. Part one introduces the fundamentals of cleaning, as well as explores the pros and cons of on-site versus off-site services. Download the first of this three series to assist you in finding the best solution for your dirty job here.

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