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PHARMACEUTICAL & BIOTECH INDUSTRY :
Stability Chamber :
  • Stability Chambers are temperature and humidity-controlled environmental Chambers that provide stable conditions for storage and testing purposes.
  • These specialized environmental chambers provide a precise, elevated temperature and humidity to determine if there is long-term, intermediate, and accelerated degradation of a product or its packaging over time.
  • Some stability chambers are designed for shelf life evaluation, shelf life determination, and shelf life testing.
  • Others are suitable for biomedical storage, stability research, drug research, and overall stability testing.
  • Typically, Stability Chambers are used to store pharmaceutical and biotechnology products.

Stability Chambers With Stand By Refrigeration & Humidity Systems :

Now-a-days, Stability Chambers/Environmental Test Chambers are available with advanced features such as;


Standby Refrigeration System :  In case of the failure of the Main Refrigeration System the PLC will detect the same and automatically changeover to the Standby Refrigeration System thereby maintaining the environmental test conditions with minimum disturbance. A separate Standby Refrigeration System incorporating a Compressor and the related circuitry are introduced in the Chamber.


Standby Humidity System : In case of the failure of the Main Humidity System the PLC will detect the same and automatically changeover to the Standby Humidity System thereby maintaining the environmental test conditions with minimum disturbance. A separate Standby Humidity System consisting of a standby Immersion Heater and the related circuitry are introduced in the Chamber.


PC Interface With Data Acquisition Software For Data Downloading :

The Stability Data Acquisition software complies to the 21CFR-PART 11 as per the ICH guidelines which involves the following :

A) Security
B) Electronic Records/Electronic Signatures /Audit Trail
C) Validation and Documentation

The software allows you to maintain and analyze the Stability Test Data of single or multiple chambers in Single common software. It facilitates Data Downloading, Online as well as offline. It has Data storage capacity.


B.O.D. Incubator :

  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.
  • Recently, stricter enforcement by government regulatory agencies charged with monitoring air and water quality has forced a greater number of organizations to actively test and treat their wastewater.
  • A BOD incubator is an incubator designed to maintain 20°C necessary to perform a test called Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD).
  • Low Temperature Incubators are commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. Determinations, Plant and Insect Studies, Fermentation Studies, and Bacterial Culturing among many others.

Cooling Incubator :

  • Cooling Incubators are especially designed to conduct life cycle testing, shelf life studies, general incubation and refrigerated storage.
  • Ideal for preservation of vaccines, study of synthesizing organisms, life cycle testing, shelf life studies, general incubation, refrigerated storage, cell culture process of animals and plants, microorganisms cultivation and desalting process of enzyme extract in Biology, Botany Virology, Oceanography, water pollution, sewage, agriculture, food and research departments.

Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, drying glassware, and sterilizing.
  • Ovens are lower temperature thermal processing units, usually without refractory insulation. 
  • Specific applications for laboratory ovens include aging, annealing, baking, brazing or soldering, burn-off, curing, drying, firing or sintering, foundry or melting, heat treating, hot pressing, preheating, quenching and sterilizing.  Laboratory ovens may also be used for general industrial applications as well.

Tray Dryer :

  • Tray Dryers are ideally suitable for use of drying Mushrooms, Ginger, Arecanut, Chillies,
    Spices, Noodles, Papads, Potato Chips, Onions, Fish, Garlic, Grapes, Cashew nuts, Confectionary and various other moisture content specimens dried under sunrays.
  • Tray Dryers are also used in industrial applications of drying Drugs, Chemicals, Powders, Granules etc., 
  • Available in wide range of models from 6 trays to 192 trays
  • Trolleys and trays are optional as per the requirements

Vertical Autoclave :

  • Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for re-determined sterilization time.  
  • Common applications include the sterilization of instruments and polymerization of rubbers and plastics. 
  • The majority of autoclaves function using some form of heat.  In all of these cases, the autoclave must maintain a temperature of at least 121ºC for 30 minutes in order to fully sterilize the Equipment.
  • Steam autoclaves are far more common, using heated, vaporized water to kill pathogens. 
  • Autoclaves can destroy pathogens, bacteria, mold spores, yeast, protozoa, fungi and algae.

Constant Temperature Bath, Oilbath, Waterbath & Metabolic Shaker:

  • Refrigerated and heated laboratory circulators and baths are designed for controlling temperature.
  • They are used for warming or cooling liquid samples to sustain or impede reactions.  In addition to heating and cooling samples, some varieties are available with built-in shakers to agitate samples.
  • Conventional circulator and bath designs use separate heating and cooling devices immersed in the bath liquid.
  • The choice of fluid to be used within circulators and baths depends on a number of factors. 
  • The fluid should have the right viscosity for the operating temperature range to permit proper stirring action.

Laminar Air Flow :

  • Laminar Air Flow Cabinets OR Clean Air benches are designed to protect biological specimens by bathing the work area with HEPA filtered air that is free of particulate contamination.
  • In recent years, the use of the clean bench has spread from research and manufacturing to other fields such as aerospace, bioscience, pharmaceutical production and food processing.
  • Laminar flow clean benches are work benches or similar enclosures, which have their own filtered air supply.
  • Laminar airflow is airflow in which the entire body of air within a confined area moves in a unidirectional velocity along parallel flow lines
  • A common component in clean benches is the HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter.
  • The HEPA filter removes particulates, generally called aerosols, such as microorganisms, from the air. However, the HEPA filter does not remove vapors or gases.  HEPA filters are made of boron silicate microfibers formed into a flat sheet by a process similar to making paper.
  • Depending on its quality, a HEPA filter can trap from 9,997 to 9,999 of every 10,000 particulates of a diameter greater than 0.3 microns.
  • For most industrial use, the 99.97% performance is acceptable. Pharmacy and laboratory applications, however, require a 99.99% filtration performance level.

Heating Mantle:

  • Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample. 
  • Heating mantles are used in place of Bunsen burners or hot plates when the sample is an organic liquid. 
  • Organic liquids have a tendency to burst into flames when exposed to direct heat, or release flammable organic vapors are heavier than air, which can explode when contacting open flames or heating coils. 
  • Mantles have an enclosed heating system, which is designed to avoid these dangers.
  • Heating mantles are available in either fabric or rigid constructions. 

Hot Plate & Magnetic Stirrers With Hot Plate :

  • Hot plates are laboratory tools used to uniformly heat samples. 
  • Hot plates provide less heat, but do so without the danger associated with the open flame and higher temperatures of a Bunsen burner.
  • Hot plate stirrers operate by generating a rotating electromagnetic field in the stirring heads.
  • The liquid to be stirred has a magnetized stirring bar placed in it. The bar and therefore the liquid, is rotated by the magnetic field produced in the heads. 

Bacteriological Incubator :

  • Incubators are used in biological experiments to allow growth of organisms in optimal conditions of temperature, carbon dioxide and humidity. 
  • Incubators are generally supplied in one of three configurations, air jacket, dry wall and water jacket. 
  • Air draft incubators are popular among larger-volume models designed to allow for quicker recovery times.
  • Air draft (or forced draft) incubators circulate air throughout the interior of the incubator to maintain constant temperatures. 
  • These include chamber capacity, the volume of the chamber that is available for allowing growth; temperature range, the range of temperatures the incubator can control; temperature control accuracy, the closeness of an indication or reading of a measurement device to the actual value of the quantity being measured. 

Deep Freezer :

  • Laboratory Deep Freezers are designed for storing critical materials that demand a constant temperature and security.
  • They include units for freezing blood plasma and other blood products, as well as laboratory equipment for storing vaccines and other medical or pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Laboratory freezers that comply with regulations from agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are designed to provide specific levels of temperature control and a uniform temperature throughout the chamber.
  • Reduced humidity laboratory freezers are designed for seed storage and applications in which the freezer doors are opened and closed frequently.
  • Lab freezers that store blood and blood products usually meet a variety of regulatory and quality standards, and typically come with an alarm system to warn laboratory personnel if the equipment fails.
  • Units may be fitted with locks to restrict entry, and may even be designed to safely insulate flammable materials from electrical sparks.
  • Pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies use laboratory freezers to store vaccines, medications, and other temperature-sensitive compounds.

Muffle Furnace :

  • Used for heat treatment process such as hardening, annealing, tempering, brazing, etc. involving temperature up to 1200º C.
  • ideal for heat treating applications, material research and sample ashing determinations in the geological, metallurgical, and wastewater treatment industries.
  • These furnaces are also used in chemistry, physics, and engineering laboratories.
  • A Programmable Muffle Furnace may be programmed to reach different temperatures at different time intervals with desired Ramp and Dwell time. 
  • They are generally built from high temperature (refractory) materials so that they can maintain high temperatures without breaking down. 

Laboratory Shaker :

  • Laboratory shakers are used to blend or agitate samples within flasks. 
  • These devices consist of a housing containing the motor and control panels, upon which an agitation platform is attached. 
  • The platform may have simple grooves for supporting flasks horizontally as the device moves, or it may have basket style holders that keep the sample holders upright.
  • Unlike mixers, which tend to shred or damage constituent sample materials, laboratory shakers generally leave sample material intact, although mixed. 
  • Many laboratory shakers are available with some form of temperature control to incubate, foster or retard reactions, or to maintain stasis. 

Metabolic Shaker (Waterbath Incubator Shaker) :

  • Shaking Water Baths (also known as Reciprocating Water Baths), are designed to handle a wide variety of applications.
  • These baths can be used effectively in Molecular Biology Protocols (such as Hybridization), Bacterial Culturing, as well as Solubility and Metabolism Studies.
  • These Reciprocating Water Baths are designed to deliver precise temperature control and a smooth reciprocal shaking motion.

Vacuum Oven :

  • Vacuum Ovens are widely used for Moisture Determination, Out Gassing Solids, Aging Tests, Plating, Drying of Paper, Rubber and Textiles, Desiccating, Dry Sterilization, Out Gassing Liquids, Vacuum Storage.
  • In vacuum ovens, the heat-treating process takes place inside a vessel that is airtight. This allows a vacuum to be drawn inside the vessel.
  • Heat treating under vacuum can: prevent surface reactions, such as oxidation or decarburization; remove surface contaminants such as oxide films and residual traces of lubricants; add a substance to the surface layers of the work; remove dissolved contaminating substances from metals by means of degassing.  

FOOD & FEED INDUSTRY:

Stability Chamber :

  • Stability Chambers are temperature and humidity-controlled environmental Chambers that provide stable conditions for storage and testing purposes.
  • These specialized environmental chambers provide a precise, elevated temperature and humidity to determine if there is long-term, intermediate, and accelerated degradation of a product or its packaging over time.
  • The Stability Chambers are designed for product shelf life evaluation, shelf life determination and shelf life testing.
  • These Chambers also go a long way in determining the Product Stability, Product Degradation, and Packaging Stability in the above sector.

B.O.D. Incubator :

  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.
  • Recently, stricter enforcement by government regulatory agencies charged with monitoring air and water quality has forced a greater number of organizations to actively test and treat their wastewater.
  • A BOD incubator is an incubator designed to maintain 20°C necessary to perform a test called Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD).
  • It involves incubating samples saturated with oxygen at 20°C for (usually) five days.
  • Incubators designed to maintain temperatures below ambient to as low as about 10°C are generally called low-temperature incubators.
  • Low Temperature Incubators are commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. Determinations, Plant and Insect Studies, Fermentation Studies, and Bacterial Culturing among many others.

Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, De-hydration, Drying Glassware, and sterilizing.
Tray Dryer :
  • Tray Dryers are ideally suitable for use of drying Mushrooms, Ginger, Arecanut, Chillies,
    Spices, Noodles, Papads, Potato Chips, Onions, Fish, Garlic, Grapes, Cashew nuts, Confectionary and various other moisture content specimens dried under sunrays.
  • The drying process is carried out by de-hydration technology of removing the moisture from the specimen.
  • Available in wide range of models from 6 trays to 192 trays
  • Standard models are designed for 100o C to 150o c
  • Trolleys and trays are optional as per the requirements

Vertical Autoclave :

  • Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for long periods of time.  
  • Common applications include the sterilization of instruments. 
  • The majority of autoclaves function using some form of heat.  In all of these cases, the autoclave must maintain a temperature of at least 121ºC for 30 minutes in order to fully sterilize the Equipment.
  • Autoclaves can destroy pathogens, bacteria, mold spores, yeast, protozoa, fungi and algae.

Constant Temperature Bath, Oilbath, Waterbath & Metabolic Shaker :

  • Refrigerated and heated laboratory circulators and baths are designed for controlling temperature.
  • They are used for warming or cooling liquid samples to sustain or impede reactions.  In addition to heating and cooling samples, some varieties are available with built-in shakers to agitate samples.
  • Conventional circulator and bath designs use separate heating and cooling devices immersed in the bath liquid, although other systemic styles are available.

Laminar Air Flow :

  • Laminar Air Flow Cabinets OR Clean Air benches are designed to protect biological specimens by bathing the work area with HEPA filtered air that is free of particulate contamination.
  • Laminar airflow is airflow in which the entire body of air within a confined area moves in a unidirectional velocity along parallel flow lines
  • A common component in clean benches is the HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter.
  • The HEPA filter removes particulates, generally called aerosols, such as microorganisms, from the air. However, the HEPA filter does not remove vapors or gases.  HEPA filters are made of boron silicate microfibers formed into a flat sheet by a process similar to making paper.

Heating Mantle :

  • Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample. 
  • Heating mantles are used in place of Bunsen burners or hot plates when the sample is an organic liquid. 
  • Organic liquids have a tendency to burst into flames when exposed to direct heat, or release flammable organic vapors are heavier than air, which can explode when contacting open flames or heating coils. 

Hot Plate & Magnetic Stirrers :

  • Hot plates are laboratory tools used to uniformly heat samples. 
  • Hot plates provide less heat, but do so without the danger associated with the open flame and higher temperatures of a Bunsen burner.
  • Hot plate stirrers operate by generating a rotating electromagnetic field in the stirring heads.
  • The liquid to be stirred has a magnetized stirring bar placed in it. The bar and therefore the liquid, is rotated by the magnetic field produced in the heads. 

Bacteriological Incubator :

  • Incubators are used in biological experiments to allow growth of organisms in optimal conditions of temperature, carbon dioxide and humidity. 
  • Air draft incubators are popular among larger-volume models designed to allow for quicker recovery times.
  • Air draft (or forced draft) incubators circulate air throughout the interior of the incubator to maintain constant temperatures. 

Deep Freezer :

  • Laboratory Deep Freezers are designed for storing critical materials that demand a constant temperature and security.
  • The Laboratory Freezers are widely used to store temperature-sensitive food material.

Laboratory Shaker :

  • Laboratory shakers are used to blend or agitate samples within flasks. 
  • These devices consist of a housing containing the motor and control panels, upon which an agitation platform is attached. 
  • The platform may have simple grooves for supporting flasks horizontally as the device moves, or it may have basket style holders that keep the sample holders upright.
  • Unlike mixers, which tend to shred or damage constituent sample materials, laboratory shakers generally leave sample material intact, although mixed. 
  • Many laboratory shakers are available with some form of temperature control to incubate, foster or retard reactions, or to maintain stasis. 

Vacuum Oven Applications For Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Petrochemical, Fertilizer, Chemical, Paper, Food, Feed, Agriculture & Foundry Industry E\etc.:

  • Vacuum Ovens are widely used for Moisture Determination & Vacuum Storage.
  • In vacuum ovens, the heat-treating process takes place inside a vessel that is airtight. This allows a vacuum to be drawn inside the vessel.
  • The entire heat-treating process can take place under vacuum or precisely controlled atmospheres can be introduced.
  • Heat treating under vacuum can: prevent surface reactions, such as oxidation or decarburization; remove surface contaminants such as oxide films and residual traces of oil; add a substance to the surface layers of the work.

AGRICULTURE & PESTICIDE INDUSTRY :

B.O.D. Incubator:
  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.
  • Recently, stricter enforcement by government regulatory agencies charged with monitoring air and water quality has forced a greater number of organizations to actively test and treat their wastewater.
  • A BOD incubator is an incubator designed to maintain 20°C necessary to perform a test called Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD).
  • It involves incubating samples saturated with oxygen at 20°C for (usually) five days.
  • Incubators designed to maintain temperatures below ambient to as low as about 10°C are generally called low-temperature incubators.
  • Low Temperature Incubators are commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. Determinations, Plant and Insect Studies, Fermentation Studies, and Bacterial Culturing among many others.

Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, De-hydration, Drying Glassware, and sterilizing.

Tray Dryer :

  • Tray Dryers are ideally suitable for use of drying Mushrooms, Ginger, Arecanut, Chillies,
    Spices, Noodles, Papads, Potato Chips, Onions, Fish, Garlic, Grapes, Cashew nuts, Confectionary and various other moisture content specimens dried under sunrays.
  • The drying process is carried out by de-hydration technology of removing the moisture from the specimen.
  • Available in wide range of models from 6 trays to 192 trays
  • Standard models are designed for 100o C to 150o c
  • Trolleys and trays are optional as per the requirements

Vertical Autoclave :

  • Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for long periods of time.  
  • Common applications include the sterilization of instruments. 
  • The majority of autoclaves function using some form of heat.  In all of these cases, the autoclave must maintain a temperature of at least 121ºC for 30 minutes in order to fully sterilize the Equipment.
  • Autoclaves can destroy pathogens, bacteria, mold spores, yeast, protozoa, fungi and algae.

Constant Temperature Bath, Oilbath, Waterbath & Metabolic Shaker :

  • Refrigerated and heated laboratory circulators and baths are designed for controlling temperature.
  • They are used for warming or cooling liquid samples to sustain or impede reactions.  In addition to heating and cooling samples, some varieties are available with built-in shakers to agitate samples.
  • Conventional circulator and bath designs use separate heating and cooling devices immersed in the bath liquid, although other systemic styles are available.

Laminar Air Flow :

  • Laminar Air Flow Cabinets OR Clean Air benches are designed to protect biological specimens by bathing the work area with HEPA filtered air that is free of particulate contamination.
  • Laminar airflow is airflow in which the entire body of air within a confined area moves in a unidirectional velocity along parallel flow lines
  • A common component in clean benches is the HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter.
  • The HEPA filter removes particulates, generally called aerosols, such as microorganisms, from the air. However, the HEPA filter does not remove vapors or gases.  HEPA filters are made of boron silicate microfibers formed into a flat sheet by a process similar to making paper.

Heating Mantle :

  • Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample. 
  • Heating mantles are used in place of Bunsen burners or hot plates when the sample is an organic liquid. 
  • Organic liquids have a tendency to burst into flames when exposed to direct heat, or release flammable organic vapors are heavier than air, which can explode when contacting open flames or heating coils. 

Hot Plate & Magnetic Stirrers :

  • Hot plates are laboratory tools used to uniformly heat samples. 
  • Hot plates provide less heat, but do so without the danger associated with the open flame and higher temperatures of a Bunsen burner.
  • Hot plate stirrers operate by generating a rotating electromagnetic field in the stirring heads.
  • The liquid to be stirred has a magnetized stirring bar placed in it. The bar and therefore the liquid, is rotated by the magnetic field produced in the heads. 

Bacteriological Incubator :

  • Incubators are used in biological experiments to allow growth of organisms in optimal conditions of temperature, carbon dioxide and humidity. 
  • Air draft incubators are popular among larger-volume models designed to allow for quicker recovery times.
  • Air draft (or forced draft) incubators circulate air throughout the interior of the incubator to maintain constant temperatures. 

Laboratory Shaker :

  • Laboratory shakers are used to blend or agitate samples within flasks. 
  • These devices consist of a housing containing the motor and control panels, upon which an agitation platform is attached. 
  • The platform may have simple grooves for supporting flasks horizontally as the device moves, or it may have basket style holders that keep the sample holders upright.
  • Unlike mixers, which tend to shred or damage constituent sample materials, laboratory shakers generally leave sample material intact, although mixed. 
  • Many laboratory shakers are available with some form of temperature control to incubate, foster or retard reactions, or to maintain stasis. 

Vacuum Oven Applications For Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Petrochemical, Fertilizer, Chemical, Paper, Food, Feed, Agriculture & Foundry Industry etc. :

  • Vacuum Ovens are widely used for Moisture Determination & Vacuum Storage.
  • In vacuum ovens, the heat-treating process takes place inside a vessel that is airtight. This allows a vacuum to be drawn inside the vessel.
  • The entire heat-treating process can take place under vacuum or precisely controlled atmospheres can be introduced.
  • Heat treating under vacuum can: prevent surface reactions, such as oxidation or decarburization; remove surface contaminants such as oxide films and residual traces of oil; add a substance to the surface layers of the work.

ELECTRONIC & AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY :

Environmental Test Chamber :

  • Environmental Test Chambers are used to ensure the reliability of industrial products, especially electronic items, through prolonged exposure to one or more environmental parameters.
  • Some Environmental Test Chambers subject samples, components, or products to extreme temperatures, thermal cycling, or extreme humidity. Others monitor emissions from devices such as internal combustion engines under carefully controlled conditions.
  • Environmental Test Chambers that measure corrosion monitors the effects of variables such as heat, humidity, salt fog, salt spray, and rain spray.  
B.O.D. Incubator :
  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in waste water samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.

Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, drying glassware, and sterilizing.
  • Specific applications for laboratory ovens include aging, annealing, baking, brazing or soldering, burn-off, curing, drying, firing or sintering, foundry or melting, heat treating, hot pressing, preheating, quenching and sterilizing. 
  • Laboratory ovens may also be used for general industrial applications as well.

Muffle Furnace :

  • Used for heat treatment process such as hardening, annealing, tempering, brazing, etc. involving temperature up to
    1200º C.
  • ideal for heat treating applications, material research and sample ashing determinations in the geological, metallurgical, and wastewater treatment industries.

Vacuum Oven :

  • Vacuum Ovens are widely used for Moisture Determination, Out Gassing Solids, Aging Tests, Plating, Drying of Paper, Rubber and Textiles, Desiccating, Dry Sterilization, Out Gassing Liquids, Vacuum Storage.
  • Heat treating under vacuum can: prevent surface reactions, such as oxidation or decarburization; remove surface contaminants such as oxide films and residual traces of lubricants; add a substance to the surface layers of the work; remove dissolved contaminating substances from metals by means of degassing.  

PAINT & VARNISHES INDUSTRY :

Environmental Test Chamber :

  • Environmental Test Chambers are used to ensure the reliability of industrial products, especially electronic items, through prolonged exposure to one or more environmental parameters.
  • Some Environmental Test Chambers subject samples, components, or products to extreme temperatures, thermal cycling, or extreme humidity. Others monitor emissions from devices such as internal combustion engines under carefully controlled conditions.
  • Environmental Test Chambers that measure corrosion monitors the effects of variables such as heat, humidity, salt fog, salt spray, and rain spray.  

B.O.D. Incubator :

  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in waste water samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.

Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, drying glassware, and sterilizing.
  • Specific applications for laboratory ovens include aging, annealing, baking, brazing or soldering, burn-off, curing, drying, firing or sintering, foundry or melting, heat treating, hot pressing, preheating, quenching and sterilizing. 
  • Laboratory ovens may also be used for general industrial applications as well.

Muffle Furnace :

  • Used for heat treatment process such as hardening, annealing, tempering, brazing, etc. involving temperature up to
    1200º C.
  • ideal for heat treating applications, material research and sample ashing determinations in the geological, metallurgical, and wastewater treatment industries.

Vacuum Oven :

  • Vacuum Ovens are widely used for Moisture Determination, Out Gassing Solids, Aging Tests, Plating, Drying of Paper, Rubber and Textiles, Desiccating, Dry Sterilization, Out Gassing Liquids, Vacuum Storage.
  • Heat treating under vacuum can: prevent surface reactions, such as oxidation or decarburization; remove surface contaminants such as oxide films and residual traces of lubricants; add a substance to the surface layers of the work; remove dissolved contaminating substances from metals by means of degassing.  

CHEMICAL & PETRO-CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :

B.O.D. Incubator :

  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in waste water samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.

Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, drying glassware, and sterilizing.
  • Specific applications for laboratory ovens include aging, annealing, baking, brazing or soldering, burn-off, curing, drying, firing or sintering, foundry or melting, heat treating, hot pressing, preheating, quenching and sterilizing. 
  • Laboratory ovens may also be used for general industrial applications as well.

Constant Temperature Bath, Oilbath, Waterbath & Metabolic Shaker :

  • Refrigerated and heated laboratory circulators and baths are designed for controlling temperature.
  • They are used for warming or cooling liquid samples to sustain or impede reactions.  In addition to heating and cooling samples, some varieties are available with built-in shakers to agitate samples.
  • Conventional circulator and bath designs use separate heating and cooling devices immersed in the bath liquid, although other systemic styles are available.

Heating Mantle :

  • Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample. 
  • Heating mantles are used in place of Bunsen burners or hot plates when the sample is an organic liquid. 
  • Organic liquids have a tendency to burst into flames when exposed to direct heat, or release flammable organic vapors are heavier than air, which can explode when contacting open flames or heating coils. 

Hot Plate & Magnetic Stirrers With Hot Plate :

  • Hot plates are laboratory tools used to uniformly heat samples. 
  • Hot plates provide less heat, but do so without the danger associated with the open flame and higher temperatures of a Bunsen burner.
  • Hot plate stirrers operate by generating a rotating electromagnetic field in the stirring heads.

RESEARCH INSTITUTES :

Stability Chamber :

  • Stability Chambers are temperature and humidity-controlled environmental Chambers that provide stable conditions for storage and testing purposes.
  • These specialized environmental chambers provide a precise, elevated temperature and humidity to determine if there is long-term, intermediate, and accelerated degradation of a product or its packaging over time.
  • Some stability chambers are designed for shelf life evaluation, shelf life determination, and shelf life testing.
  • Others are suitable for biomedical storage, stability research, drug research, and overall stability testing.

B.O.D. Incubator :

  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) Incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
  • This wastewater must be effectively measured for contaminates, treated and then released back into the environment without posing a threat to the water supply system.
  • Recently, stricter enforcement by government regulatory agencies charged with monitoring air and water quality has forced a greater number of organizations to actively test and treat their wastewater.
  • A BOD incubator is an incubator designed to maintain 20°C necessary to perform a test called Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD).
  • It involves incubating samples saturated with oxygen at 20°C for (usually) five days.
  • Low Temperature Incubators are commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. Determinations, Plant and Insect Studies, Fermentation Studies, and Bacterial Culturing among many others.

Cooling Incubator :

  • Cooling Incubators are especially designed to conduct life cycle testing, shelf life studies, general incubation and refrigerated storage.
  • Ideal for preservation of vaccines, study of synthesizing organisms, life cycle testing, shelf life studies, general incubation, refrigerated storage, cell culture process of animals and plants, microorganisms cultivation and desalting process of enzyme extract in Biology, Botany Virology, Oceanography, water pollution, sewage, agriculture, food and research departments.

Laboratory Oven / Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, De-Hydration, Drying Glassware, and Sterilizing.
  • Ovens are lower temperature thermal processing units, usually without refractory insulation. 
  • Specific applications for laboratory ovens include aging, baking, burn-off, drying, heat treating, preheating and sterilizing. 

Tray Dryer :

  • Tray Dryers are ideally suitable for industrial applications of drying Drugs, Chemicals, Powders, Granules etc., 
  • The drying process is carried out by de-hydration technology of removing the moisture from the specimen.
  • Available in wide range of models from 6 trays to 192 trays
  • Trolleys and trays are optional as per the requirements

Vertical Autoclave :

  • Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for long periods of time.  
  • Common applications include the sterilization of instruments. 
  • The majority of autoclaves function using some form of heat.  In all of these cases, the autoclave must maintain a temperature of at least 121ºC for 30 minutes in order to fully sterilize the Equipment.
  • Steam autoclaves are far more common, using heated, vaporized water to kill pathogens. 
  • Autoclaves can destroy pathogens, bacteria, mold spores, yeast, protozoa, fungi and algae.

Constant Temperature Bath, Oilbath, Waterbath & Metabolic Shaker :

  • Refrigerated and heated laboratory circulators and baths are designed for controlling temperature.
  • They are used for warming or cooling liquid samples to sustain or impede reactions.  In addition to heating and cooling samples, some varieties are available with built-in shakers to agitate samples.
  • To maintain an even temperature, the bath fluid must be stirred vigorously.  
  • Oil and water are the most commonly used fluids in baths and circulators.
  • Shaking Water Baths (also known as Reciprocating Water Baths OR Metabolic Shakers) are designed to handle a wide variety of applications.
  • These baths can be used effectively in Molecular Biology Protocols (such as Hybridization), Bacterial Culturing, as well as Solubility and Metabolism Studies.
  • These Reciprocating Water Baths are designed to deliver precise temperature control and a smooth reciprocal shaking motion.

Laminar Air Flow :

  • Laminar Air Flow Cabinets OR Clean Air benches are designed to protect biological specimens by bathing the work area with HEPA filtered air that is free of particulate contamination.
  • Laminar airflow is airflow in which the entire body of air within a confined area moves in a unidirectional velocity along parallel flow lines
  • A common component in clean benches is the HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter.
  • The HEPA filter removes particulates, generally called aerosols, such as microorganisms, from the air. However, the HEPA filter does not remove vapors or gases.  HEPA filters are made of boron silicate microfibers formed into a flat sheet by a process similar to making paper.
  • Depending on its quality, a HEPA filter can trap from 9,997 to 9,999 of every 10,000 particulates of a diameter greater than 0.3 microns.
  • All clean benches direct air in one direction only, although the design of the bench determines whether the air is directed in a vertical or horizontal direction. 

Heating Mantle :

  • Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample. Heating mantles are used in place of Bunsen burners or hot plates when the sample is an organic liquid. 
  • Organic liquids have a tendency to burst into flames when exposed to direct heat, or release flammable organic vapors are heavier than air, which can explode when contacting open flames or heating coils. Mantles have an enclosed heating system, which is designed to avoid these dangers.

Hot Plate & Magnetic Stirrers With Hot Plate :

  • Hot plates are laboratory tools used to uniformly heat samples. 
  • Hot plates provide less heat, but do so without the danger associated with the open flame and higher temperatures of a Bunsen burner.
  • Hot plate stirrers operate by generating a rotating electromagnetic field in the stirring heads.
  • The liquid to be stirred has a magnetized stirring bar placed in it. The bar and therefore the liquid, is rotated by the magnetic field produced in the heads. 

Bacteriological Incubator :

  • Bacteriological Incubators are used in biological experiments to allow growth of organisms in optimal conditions of temperature. 
  • Air draft (or forced draft) incubators circulate air throughout the interior of the incubator to maintain constant temperatures. 
  • Features common to incubators include built-in alarms, adjustable door heaters, stackability, and interior lighting.

Deep Freezer :

  • Laboratory Deep Freezers are designed for storing critical materials that demand a constant temperature and security.
  • They include units for freezing blood plasma and other blood products, as well as laboratory equipment for storing vaccines and other medical or pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Laboratory freezers that comply with regulations from agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are designed to provide specific levels of temperature control and a uniform temperature throughout the chamber.
  • Pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies use laboratory freezers to store vaccines, medications, and other temperature-sensitive compounds.

Muffle Furnace :

  • Used for heat treatment process such as hardening, annealing, tempering, brazing, etc. involving temperature up to
    1200º C.
  • Ideal for heat treating applications, material research and sample ashing determinations.
  • These furnaces are also used in chemistry, physics, and engineering laboratories.
  • A Programmable Muffle Furnace may be programmed to reach different temperatures at different time intervals with desired Ramp and Dwell time. 

Laboratory Shaker :

  • Laboratory shakers are used to blend or agitate samples within flasks. 
  • These devices consist of a housing containing the motor and control panels, upon which an agitation platform is attached. 
  • The platform may have simple grooves for supporting flasks horizontally as the device moves, or it may have basket style holders that keep the sample holders upright.
  • Unlike mixers, which tend to shred or damage constituent sample materials, laboratory shakers generally leave sample material intact, although mixed. 
Vacuum Oven :
  • Vacuum Ovens are widely used for Moisture Determination, Out Gassing Solids, Aging Tests, Plating, Drying of Paper, Rubber and Textiles, Desiccating, Dry Sterilization, Out Gassing Liquids, Vacuum Storage.
  • In vacuum ovens, the heat-treating process takes place inside a vessel that is airtight. This allows a vacuum to be drawn inside the vessel.
  • The entire heat-treating process can take place under vacuum or precisely controlled atmospheres can be introduced.
  • Heat treating under vacuum can: prevent surface reactions, such as oxidation or decarburization; remove surface contaminants such as oxide films and residual traces of lubricants; add a substance to the surface layers of the work; remove dissolved contaminating substances from metals by means of degassing.  

FOUNDRY :

Laboratory Oven / Hot Air Oven :

  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, De-Hydration, Drying Glassware, and Sterilizing.
  • Ovens are lower temperature thermal processing units, usually without refractory insulation. 
  • Specific applications for laboratory ovens include aging, baking, burn-off, drying, heat treating, preheating and sterilizing. 

Heating Mantle :

  • Heating mantles are used to heat flasks containing a sample. Heating mantles are used in place of Bunsen burners or hot plates when the sample is an organic liquid. 
  • Organic liquids have a tendency to burst into flames when exposed to direct heat, or release flammable organic vapors are heavier than air, which can explode when contacting open flames or heating coils. Mantles have an enclosed heating system, which is designed to avoid these dangers.

Hot Plate & Magnetic Stirrers With Hot Plate :

  • Hot plates are laboratory tools used to uniformly heat samples. 
  • Hot plates provide less heat, but do so without the danger associated with the open flame and higher temperatures of a Bunsen burner.
  • Hot plate stirrers operate by generating a rotating electromagnetic field in the stirring heads.
  • The liquid to be stirred has a magnetized stirring bar placed in it. The bar and therefore the liquid, is rotated by the magnetic field produced in the heads. 

Muffle Furnace :

  • Used for heat treatment process such as hardening, annealing, tempering, brazing, etc. involving temperature up to 1200º C.
  • ideal for heat treating applications, material research and sample ashing determinations in the geological, metallurgical, and wastewater treatment industries.
  • These furnaces are also used in chemistry, physics, and engineering laboratories.
  • A Programmable Muffle Furnace may be programmed to reach different temperatures at different time intervals with desired Ramp and Dwell time. 
  • Laboratory furnaces provide continuous heating to process samples and materials.
  • They are generally built from high temperature (refractory) materials so that they can maintain high temperatures without breaking down. 

HOSPITALS :

Cooling Incubator :

  • Cooling Incubators are Ideal for preservation of vaccines, study of synthesizing organisms, life cycle testing, shelf life studies, general incubation, refrigerated storage, cell culture process of animals and plants, microorganisms cultivation and desalting process of enzyme extract in Biology, Botany Virology, Oceanography, water pollution, sewage, agriculture, food and research departments.
Laboratory Oven & Hot Air Oven :
  • Laboratory Ovens are used in a variety of thermal processing applications including general lab work, component and stability testing, core hardening, drying glassware, and sterilizing.

Vertical Autoclave :

  • Common applications include the sterilization of instruments. 
  • The majority of autoclaves function using some form of heat.  In all of these cases, the autoclave must maintain a temperature of at least 121ºC for 30 minutes in order to fully sterilize the Equipment.
  • Steam autoclaves are far more common, using heated, vaporized water to kill pathogens. 
  • Autoclaves can destroy pathogens, bacteria, mold spores, yeast, protozoa, fungi and algae.
Deep Freezer :
  • Laboratory Deep Freezers are designed for storing critical materials that demand a constant temperature and security.
  • They include units for freezing blood plasma and other blood products, as well as laboratory equipment for storing vaccines and other medical or pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Laboratory freezers that comply with regulations from agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are designed to provide specific levels of temperature control and a uniform temperature throughout the chamber.


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