Hot Plates

Hot Plates

Applications

Hot Plates for sample drying, general reagent heating, evaporation and heating asphaltic product.

GO-235 GO-236

Description

The Hot Plates have aluminum, cast iron or porcelain coated stainless tops with embedded heating elements to provide temperature uniformity and stability. This ensures that there is less chance for “cold” or “hot” spots.

Hot plates with tubular elements may be less expensive but do not offer the above benefits.

Thermostatic temperature control senses top plate temperature to provide excellent stability. Aluminum tops offer control at low temperatures and are recommended for glass vessels only. Cast iron tops accommodate metal vessels. The porcelain coated stainless steel top has excellent corrosion resistance and is recommended for use with glass vessels.

The 12 x 24 hot plate case is painted with epoxy paint for increased chemical resistance in corrosive environments.  The 12 x 12 in and 12 x 24 in plates accommodate up to 40 lb (18 kg) loads.  All models are 50/60 Hz.

GO-237 GO-239
MODEL DESCRIPTION
GO-235 Hot Plate, 6-1/4 x 6-1/4, 120 V
GO-23510 Hot Plate, 6-1/4 x 6-1/4, 240 V
GO-236 Hot Plate, 9 x 9, 120 V
GO-23610 Hot Plate, 9 x 9, 240 V
GO-237 Hot Plate, 12 x 12, 120 V
GO-23710 Hot Plate, 12 x 12, 240 V
GO-238 Hot Plate, 12 x 24, 120 V
GO-23810 Hot Plate, 12 x 24, 240 V
GO-239 Hot Plate, 7 x 7, 120 V
GO-23910 Hot Plate, 7 x 7, 240 V