Laboratory Stoves

Ovens, also known as drying stoves, are devices used to dry and sterilize glass and metal containers used in various laboratory processes. The laboratory stoves allow to carry out the sterilization by dry heat, where hot air is used to carry out this process, these equipments allow a uniform distribution of heat inside, where the material is exposed to temperatures of approximately 170ºC for 2 hours. 

Dry heat sterilization works by destroying microorganisms by oxidation of their cellular components. This is a less efficient process than wet heat sterilization because microorganisms die more quickly when in the presence of water because it allows their protein configuration to be altered more easily and provides a means to distribute heat evenly throughout the sterilizing equipment's internal chamber. For this reason, to achieve the sterilization of the material using dry heat, higher temperatures should be applied for a longer time. 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Types of Stoves a Laboratory May Need

Vacuum Stove

Vacuum drying furnace widely used in biochemistry, chemistry, pharmaceutical, health care, agricultural research, environmental protection and other research applications for drying and roasting powder as well as disinfection and sterilization of glass containers used. Particularly suitable for the drying of heat sensitive, easily decomposable and complex composition articles of easily oxidized materials for quick and efficient drying.

Widely used in biochemistry, chemistry, pharmaceutical, medical care, agricultural research, environmental protection and other research applications for drying and roasting powder as well as disinfection and sterilization of glass containers used. Particularly suitable for the drying of heat sensitive, easily decomposable and complex composition articles of easily oxidized materials for quick and efficient drying.

 
 

Stoves With Drying

To sterilize using hot air it is necessary to place the objects in a stove. And bring the indoor air to a temperature between 150 and 190 degrees C. The sterilization time must be determined for each type of material, for example, in the case of materials that are quite resistant to heat, higher temperatures can be used for shorter periods of time. 

One of the first equipment used for this purpose was the Pasteur oven, which was later replaced by hot air stoves. The drying stoves are composed of a double chamber, and the hot air produced by an electrical resistance circulates through the main cavity and the space between both chambers, at variable temperatures, being the most recommended 170º C for the metal instruments and 140º C for the content of the drums. A stable temperature is maintained through metal thermostats called bimetallic pair, which consist of two metals of different coefficient of expansion. When one dilates, the other does not and arches. One end of this device is in contact with a switch that cuts off the power to the heating resistor.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Industrial Stoves

Double layer door; Smart temperature control by microcomputer, digital display; centrifugal wind wheel, heat flow uniformly; large study space, fast heating time; (can be equipped with anti-deflagration locks, anti-deflagration doors). Used for dehydration and drying of the product, suitable for industries, mining companies, batch production in workshops can be an uninterrupted operation for a long time. Widely used in electroplating industry, electronics industry, oil alloy jewelry drops, food and plastic industry, leather and hardware industry, etc. is not suitable for processing flammable and explosive materials.

Depending on box size, single door design or double door. Large diameter centrifugal wind wheel. Uniform heat circulation.

 
 
STOVES KALSTEIN

In Kalstein you can find the ideal stoves for your laboratory

At Kalstein we have an excellent range of stoves for your laboratory. That's why we invite you to take a look at some of our available Stoves
 
 
 
 

Vacuum Drying Oven YR05260 (A) // YR05261 (A)

Compare with ordinary drying form depends on air circulation for drying, dust sample is not easy to fly by flowing air...

 
 

Industrial One Door Air Drying Oven 

The housing is made of high quality cold rolled steel with metal spray paint with a nice overall color design. Suitable for all  ...

 
 

Electric Heating Drying Stove YR05248

The shell is made of high quality cold rolled steel with environmental electrostatic spray treatment with a color design...

 
 

Electric Heating Drying Stove YR05244

Precision LCD microcomputer PID intelligent control system, with temperature control, activation and overheating alarm...

 
 

Our Best Selling Stove

Double Door Industrial Air Drying Oven YR05257-1 // YR05259-1

To sterilize by means of hot air it is necessary to place the objects in a stove. And bring the indoor air to a temperature between 150 and 190 degrees C. One of the first appliances used for this purpose was the Pasteur furnace, which was later replaced by hot air stoves. These consist of a double chamber, the hot air generated by an electrical resistance circulates through the main cavity and the space between both chambers, at variable temperatures, being the most recommended 170º C for metal instruments and 140º C for the content of drums.

A stable temperature is maintained by metal thermostats called bimetallic pair, consisting of two metals of different coefficient of expansion. When one dilates, the other does not and arches. One end of this device is in contact with a switch that cuts off the power to the heating resistor. 



Analysis of the best Stoves for your laboratory

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Catalog of models of Stoves on offer

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Videos of Stoves in operation

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Operating stoves

The stoves are made up of two chambers: an internal and an external. The outer chamber is made of steel sheet, coated with a protective film of electrostatic paint. The internal chamber is usually made of aluminum or stainless material to transmit heat better; it has a set of shelves or shelves made of stainless steel wire, so that the air circulates freely, there the elements that require to be dried or sterilized by dry heat are deposited. It is insulated from the external chamber by an insulating material that internally maintains the high temperature conditions and delays the transfer of heat to the outside. 

 

Frequently asked questions about Stoves from our customers

To know the price of Stoves we invite you to send us an email with your request through the contact form.

The delivery time of your Kalstein product will depend on the following: 

  1. If the equipment of your interest is in stock or if it must be manufactured. 
  2. The type of freight you have chosen may be either air or sea.
  • Equipment in stock:  

– Delivery Time (Air): 15-30 days.   

– Delivery Time (Maritime): 45-60 days. 

  • Equipment not in stock:  

– Delivery Time (Air): 30-60 days.  

– Delivery Time (Maritime): 60-90 days. 

You can purchase through: 

  1. By email: sales@kalstein.eu 
  2. By telephone: +33 (0) 1 78 95 87 02
  3. E-commerce: Via Kalstein's official website in your country. 
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