|Minimum Order Quantity||3 Piece|
|Capacity||Small Tabletop Autoclaves:- 8 to 45 liters (2 to 12 gallons), Mid-Size Autoclaves:- 45 to 150 liters|
|Pressure Range||15 psi (pounds per square inch) to 17 psi|
|Temperature Range||121 DegreeC (250 DegreeF) to 134 DegreeC (273 DegreeF)|
|Size||These autoclaves are compact and suitable for use on laboratory benches or countertops.|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Is It Portable||Portable|
|Eye Piece||WF10x/22 mm, high eye-point and with rubber cups|
A hotplate stirrer, often simply referred to as a "hotplate" or "stir plate," is a laboratory instrument used for heating and stirring liquid substances simultaneously. It consists of two primary components:
Hotplate: The hotplate is a flat, heated surface typically made of ceramic or metal. It is capable of reaching and maintaining a specific temperature set by the user. This heating element provides a controlled and uniform heat source to the vessel containing the liquid or sample.
Stirrer: The stirrer is a magnetic or motorized mechanism that is placed within the liquid-containing vessel (usually a beaker or flask). It contains a magnetic bar or paddle that can rotate or move, causing the liquid to mix or stir continuously.