Shel Lab Vacuum Laboratory Oven, 1.7 Cu.Ft. (48 L) Model # SVAC2E
SHEL LAB vacuum ovens provide exceptional capabilities for fast and gentle drying of heat sensitive materials. They prevent residue accumulation on products also provide safe drying of flammable solvents.
These units feature a radiant heating system that optimizes chamber space and provides excellent heat transfer and temperature uniformity. All SHEL LAB vacuum ovens are built with stainless steel chambers that are easy to clean and have exceptional durability.
The doors on these units have positive latch handles with spring-loaded glass to facilitate a good vacuum seal without hinge binds that shorten the gasket life. The tempered glass viewing window allows for safe, continuous monitoring of samples. A selection of gaskets (for specific applications) and a small bench top footprint increase the versatility of these ovens.
The SHEL LAB Vacuum Ovens are equipped with silicone gaskets. While these gaskets resist a wide variety of temperatures and pressures, they can breakdown in the presence of solvents and acids. For solvent applications, we recommend using Buna gaskets. For acidic applications, we recommend using Fluorosilicone or Viton¨ gaskets.
For more information about the gaskets we offer, see our Vacuum Oven Gasket Guide.
SHEL LAB stocks a selection of pumps and accessories that are compatible with many common vacuum oven applications. Our technical support team will gladly help you select a complete vacuum oven system.
The SHEL LAB economy series of vacuum ovens are outstanding in any application.
- Analog Temperature Control
- Cross Ventilation Air Flow Design
- Achieve Impressive Vacuum Levels
- Sizes Range from 0.6 9 Cu.Ft.
- Built-in Over temperature Protection
- 24 Month Limited Warranty
|Heat-up (min)||90 minutes to 150°C|
|Temperature Uniformity||+/-3.0 at 60°C, +/-9.0 at 120°C, +/-13.0 at 200°C|
|Temperature Range||Ambient + 15°C to 210°C|
|Capacity||1.7 Cu.Ft. (48 L)|
|Maximum Energy Consumption (W)||1200/1150|
All specifications are determined by using average values on standard equipment at an ambient temperature of 25°C (77°F) and line voltages within +/-10% of unit type (115V/230V). Temperature specifications follow DIN 12880 methodology. We reserve the right to change specifications at any time.