0801B BATH Sheldon 74300-714 Water bath

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Lab Armor Waterless Bead Bath

  • Model 74300-714
  • 14L capacity
  • 90 day warranty

These baths use metallic beads instead of water, delivering exceptional temperature uniformity of +/-1 degree without lengthy warm-up times. Beads create a dry bath, avoiding the contamination and maintenance of traditional water baths. They also improve energy efficiency over 50% of traditional water baths. 

Beads hold a variety of containers securely in place without any float-away or ruined samples. You are no longer limited to water-tight containers, so you can incubate multi-well plates, petri dishes, and open-top samples at any angle.

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Metallic beads have high thermal conductivity in the range of +/-180° C. Smooth, rounded surfaces measure 5 to 8 mm diameter and 1 to 2 mm high. Beads are moisture and gas impermeable, and are easy to keep clean without harmful germicides. These versatile beads can also be used in a container for freezers, ovens, and incubators.

All of our equipment is used and reconditioned. Our technicians test all equipment to confirm that it operates properly and to the manufacturer’s specifications. While we can’t test for a specific analytical application, we will do our best to simulate the conditions under which the equipment will be run. If you have particular testing requirements or requests please let us know and we’ll work with you to make sure these requirements are addressed during testing.