Lindberg/Blue M (Thermo Scientific Inc.)

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Thermo Scientific Lindberg/Blue M Tube Furnaces are designed for use with a variety of process tubes including alumina, mullite, quartz and metallic. Design techniques such as double-shell construction and variable density insulation combine to enhance performance over conventional furnaces. Durable, high-strength hardware and a variety of control systems offer both convenience and versatility over a range of sophistication.
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The versatile LGO™ Series Box Furnaces integrates the latest technical advances in heating elements, insulation and temperature control into a self-contained cabinet. The patented LGO heating element (light gauge overbend) delivers maximum radiant heat energy to the process load. The microprocessor-based self-tuning PID control (proportional, integral, derivative) provides optimum thermal process, prevents overshoot.
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Thermo Scientific Lindberg/Blue M 1700°C High-Temperature Tube Furnaces provide rapid heatup, recovery and cooldown. These furnaces feature heating elements with unique right-angle bend and sidewall mounting to deliver exceptional energy release, reduced thermal process cycle time, and cost savings through quicker throughput and energy efficiency. Moldatherm® graduated-density insulation adds to safety and performance and provides superior radial and linear temperature uniformity with resistance to thermal shock. (Sample Photo Shown. Individual models may differ from the image shown.)
Photo of 1500° C Tube Furnace w/Integral Control. Lindberg/Blue M
1500°C General Purpose Tube Furnaces with integral control designed for a range of applications which require processing flexibility with fast heat-up and recovery. Silicon carbide heating elements and Type "R" thermocouple combine to maintain temperature stability at 1500°C. Energy efficient Moldatherm® insulation increases temperature uniformity which improves energy efficiency and helps to maintain low exterior cabinet temperatures during operation. Accommodates 1", 2" and 3" O.D. process tubes (customer supplied).
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Lindberg/Blue M vacuum ovens are designed for drying, curing, outgassing, aging, process control and other applications which require elevated temperature in reduced atmospheres or vacuum/purge with non-flammable and inert atmospheres. Select from three sizes, all with digital electronic control, built-in overtemperature protection, and a fully flexible vacuum/purge/release system for a range of uses. Single setpoint digital control, front-mounted. Simultaneous digital display of setpoint and actual temperature with push-button view of overtemperature setpoint, resolution to within 1°C.
Gable covers prevent cross-contamination by diverting condensation to the sides for return to the bath medium. Semi-transparent polycarbonate construction permits viewing during operation. Cover may be attached to the side of the bath allowing condensation to flow back into the medium, reducing moisture loss and water accumulation on the lab bench. Cover includes handle. Gable covers recommended for efficient operation above +60°C. Stainless steel cover recommended for temperatures above 75°C. For use with Lindberg/Blue M water baths.
Photo of Multi-Purpose Circulating Water Baths. Lindberg/Blue M
Advanced general purpose circulating water baths offer a combination of contemporary cabinet design, advanced microprocessor control to suit your specific laboratory or process application. Temperature range from 5°C above ambient to +100°C, uniformity ±0.1°C. A gable cover is recommended for most efficient operation above +60°C. Stainless steel gable cover recommended for temperatures above +75°C. See W5039C for gable covers. Digital temperature display simultaneously shows setpoint and actual water temperature.
Photo of Refrigerated Multi-Purpose Circulating Water Baths. Lindberg/Blue M
Refrigeration system allows accurate control at temperatures near or below ambient conditions. Quiet-running, hermetically sealed refrigeration system. High volume heat removal capacity rated at 3000 BTU/Hr at 27°C (nominal). Ideal for use with 60%/40% ethylene glycol/water mixture to prevent icing at temperatures below 10°C. Advanced general purpose circulating water baths offer a combination of contemporary cabinet design, advanced microprocessor control to suit your specific laboratory or process application. Temperature range from 0°C to +100°C, uniformity ±0.1°C.
Photo of Refrigerated Shaking-Circulating Water Baths. Lindberg/Blue M
This refrigerated shaking-circulating water bath is comprised of two independent units, including a bath chamber and a refrigeration system module with identical dimensions. Refrigeration system allows accurate control at temperatures near or below ambient conditions. Quiet-running, hermetically sealed refrigeration system. High volume heat removal capacity rated at 3000 BTU/Hr at 27°C (nominal). Advanced general purpose circulating water baths offer a combination of contemporary cabinet design, advanced microprocessor control to suit your specific laboratory or process application.
Photo of Shaking Circulating Water Baths. Lindberg/Blue M
Advanced general purpose shaking-circulating water baths offer a combination of contemporary cabinet design, advanced microprocessor control to suit your specific laboratory or process application. Temperature range from 5°C above ambient to +100°C, uniformity ±0.1°C. A gable cover is recommended for most efficient operation above +60°C. Stainless steel gable cover recommended for temperatures above +75°C. See W5039C for gable covers. Digital temperature display simultaneously shows setpoint and actual water temperature.