Drying Ovens with Forced Convection - FD Series

Drying Ovens with Forced Convection - FD Series
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Heating chamber with mechanical convection. The FD Series units are primarily used in applications needing rapid drying and sterilization. Totally homogenous temperature distribution, rapid dynamic response, and a special air turbine which was developed by us and has 20% higher output, have made the FD series a genuine time-saving device.  Drying Ovens with Forced Convection - FD Seri...read more

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Description

 

Heating chamber with mechanical convection.

The FD Series units are primarily used in applications needing rapid drying and sterilization. Totally homogenous temperature distribution, rapid dynamic response, and a special air turbine which was developed by us and has 20% higher output, have made the FD series a genuine time-saving device. 


Drying Ovens with Forced Convection - FD Series Features:

  • Electronically controlled APT.line™ preheating chamber assuring temperature accuracy and reproducible results
  • Temperature range of 5 °C (9 °F) above ambient temperature up to 300 °C (572 °F)
  • DS controller with integrated timer 0 to 99 hours
  • Digital temperature setting with an accuracy of one degree
  • Independent adjustable temperature safety device class 2 (DIN 12880), providing full protection against chamber over-temperature, with visual alarm
  • Adjustable front ventilation flap side and rear exhaust Ø 50 mm (1.97 inch)
  • Units up to 115 liters (4.1 cu.ft.) are stackable
  • 2 chrome-plated racks
  • Only at BINDER: Precision regardless of size – the 20-liter (0.7 cu.ft.) bench-top units
  • BINDER test confirmation
  • Available in the following sizes: 23, 53, 115 and 240

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