How a Drying Oven works

                                   How a Drying Oven works

Drying Oven is designed to remove moisture from the oven chamber so as to dry the samples as quick as possible.

It introduces fresh dry air to the chamber and expels the warm moist air simultaneously allowing to rapidly dry the sample

as quick as possible.

It introduces fresh dry air o the chamber and expels the warm moist air simultaneously

allowing to rapidly dry the samples,

                            DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DRYING OVEN AND LABORATORY OVEN

Drying Oven

A Drying oven is designed to remove moisture from the oven chamber so to dry the samples as quickly as possible. The drying oven process introduces fresh dry air to the chamber and expels the warm moist air simultaneously allowing to rapidly dry the samples. A drying oven provides high performance drying and heating. You will notice that drying ovens will be more expensive than a standard laboratory oven mainly due to the oven having drying capability that is lacking in a laboratory oven. A drying oven requires an airflow system that can extract moisture from the air and depending on your requirements, may or may not be required.

Fresh dry air is drawn into the unit, mixed with hot air and passed over each shelf. Hot moist air is expelled through a vent at the top of the unit.

Laboratory Oven

A laboratory oven, on the other hand, is designed to heat samples only. Unlike a drying oven, a lab oven will recirculate the same air around in the chamber. As a result, a lab oven will provide heating only. Laboratory ovens are a more cost effective option over a drying oven and will be a suitable option if you are only requiring heating functionality. You will likely notice that a lab oven will have a higher temperature range than a drying oven so be sure that the oven you choose is capable of reaching your required temperatures.

Air is recirculated around the chamber and passed over individual shelves. no fresh air is drawn into the chamber.

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