Water Baths, Circulators and Laboratory Coolers

The water baths, circulators and coolers are laboratory equipment that is made up of a container filled with hot or cold water. Water baths are used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time. All water baths have a digital or analog interface that allows users to set the desired temperature.

Applications include reagent heating, substrate melting, or cell culture incubation. It is also used to allow certain chemical reactions to occur at high temperatures. Water baths are a preferred source of heat for heating flammable chemicals rather than an open flame to prevent ignition.

Different types of water baths are used depending on the application. For all water baths, it can be used up to 99.9 ° C. When the temperature is above 100 ° C, alternative methods such as oil bath, silicone bath or sand bath can be used.

What is a laboratory water bath?

A water bath is laboratory equipment that is designed with a container filled with hot water. This equipment is used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time. Among its uses we have the heating of reagents, fusion of substrates or incubation of cell cultures.

It is also used to carry out certain chemical reactions that occur at high temperatures. The preferred water bath in laboratories is a heat source to heat flammable chemicals rather than an open flame to avoid contact. Different types of water baths are used depending on the application and all water baths can be used up to 99 ° C. When the temperature is above 100 ° C, there are other alternative methods such as an oil bath.

The water baths consist of a tank made of stainless material, which has in its lower part a set of electrical resistances, by means of which heat is transferred to the water, which is kept at a preselected temperature through a control device. thermo pair

Tissue water bath

Water baths are a very common element in any type of microbiological laboratory. This type of equipment is a container that is capable of retaining hot water to incubate samples in water at constant temperature for a prolonged period. Water baths generally have an interface that allows the user to set the correct temperature to achieve the desired results.

There are some essential steps in a histology laboratory. The sectioning process is one of the most important, as this procedure has to be very precise and the blocks you are cutting must not be broken in any way. When you start the cutting process, the first thing to do is cool the paraffin blocks to make the correct cut. The blocks are then placed in the bath and set to the desired temperature, being a fundamental step in the entire procedure.

A float bath or water bath is the intermediate step between cutting paraffin sections and placing them on slides. A warm bath allows the tissue to relax and soften before being placed on a glass slide. Heat also causes paraffin to adhere to glass slides.

Our best-selling Water Bath:

Circulating Bath Heater YR04977 // YR04984

The HC series heating circulating bath provides 100 ℃, 200 ℃ ambient temperature, and can be customized to 300 degree constant temperature liquid environment, used for electronic component testing, chemical synthesis temperature control, etc.

Characteristics
PID temperature control
Excessive temperature alarm
low water level alarm
optional internal and external circulation
The tank is made of 304 stainless steel

Types of Water Baths for the Laboratory

Categories of Water Baths:

Shaking water baths

This type of water bath has an additional control for agitation, which moves liquids. This function can be activated or deactivated. In microbiological practices, constant agitation allows cell cultures grown in cultured liquid to be constantly mixed ...

Water baths with circulating water

Bath circulation is ideal for applications where temperature uniformity and consistency are critical, such as serological and enzymatic experiments. The water is thoroughly circulated throughout the bath, resulting in a more uniform temperature.

Water baths with non-circulating water

This type of water bath relies primarily on convection rather than water that is heated in a waterproof manner. Therefore, it is less precise in terms of temperature control. In addition, there are accessories that provide agitation to non-circulating water baths ...

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There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which laboratory water bath to buy that suits your needs. At Kalstein, we test them to find what you're looking for.

¿What is a laboratory water bath?

A water bath is laboratory equipment that is designed with a container filled with hot water. This equipment is used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time.

Cooling and circulation baths

The use of cooling baths and circulation baths in research laboratories is of great importance, since both allow experiments to be carried out where temperature uniformity in the sample is considered key.

Difference between a water bath and a circulation bath

Pure water in laboratories is more than a necessity, it is considered an essential element, which is why the purification of water in laboratories is considered a fundamental process, and this is achieved through specialized equipment called a water purifier.

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