Lab ovens are used principally for drying glassware and heat-resistant equipment, regenerating desiccants and catalysts, gently heating samples, and curing or preparing materials and composites. Many labs are equipped with more than one of these devices. Although common in most chemistry, biology, pharmaceutical, forensics, and environmental labs, choosing the best lab oven to suit your particular applications may not be a straightforward task.
- Must haves when purchasing a lab oven
- Expanded applications for lab ovens
- Maintenance tips for a lab oven
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