Uses of water bath
It is used to heat samples maintaining cell lines or heating flammable chemicals that might combust if exposed to open flame
It consist of a heating unit a stainless-steel chamber that holds the water and samples a control interface
The inbuilt anti-corrosion circulating pump can provide circulating constant temperature heat source for glass reactor and rotary evaporator
Type of water bath
A shaking water bath in action
Circulating water baths
Circulating water bath: It keeps a more even temperature, also known as stirrers,
ideal for applications when temperature uniformity and consistency re critical such as enzymatic and serologic experiment.
Water is thoroughly circulated thorough out the bath resulting in a more uniform temperature
Shaking water bath
It has extra control for shaking which moves liquid around, the shaking features can be turned on or off.
In microbiological practices constant shaking allows liquid-grown cell cultures grown cell cultures grown to constantly mix with the air.
The sensor transfer water temperature to resistance value, amplifier and compared by integrated amplifier then output the control signal,
efficiently control the average heating power of electric heating tube and maintain water in constant temperature
When you require balanced high temperature heating that water bath is a good choice.
Operating the water bath
Connect the power supply
Ensure the water level in water bath is sufficient to pour the heating element
Switch ‘on’ the main power supply and instrument mains
For temperature settings press SET key to set the required temperature ↑ to increase the temperature and ↓ to reduce the temperature
The temperature sensor will maintain the set
Water bath It is an equipment that keeps the temperature constant,
providing heat source for varieties of devices that need heating.
Basically used to keep water at a constant temperature for incubating samples in a laboratory.