Laboratory, Medical Science, and Analytical Instrumentation - BriskHeat

Laboratory, Medical Science, and Analytical Instrumentation

Laboratory, Medical Science, and Analytical Instrumentation

Laboratory, Medical Science, and Analytical Instrumentation companies often use processes that require the removal of moisture to eliminate it as a variable in an analysis. Additionally, they often must heat-up and maintain contents of laboratory apparatuses to conduct experiments. For applications that require exceptional accuracy and heightened functionalities, BriskHeat’s cloth heating jackets are used. These “all-inclusive” heating jackets have tight temperature tolerances, are easy to repeatedly install and remove, and include insulation and built-in sensors.

An alternative is to use heating tapes in conjunction with insulation. Heating tapes are extremely flexible and durable and feature rapid heat-up. BriskHeat also offers heating mantles and silicone rubber beaker heaters for heating glassware. Etched foil is another popular option for heating substrates quickly. The thin profile of the etched foil element allows it to fit into tight areas.

Applications


Wet Laboratory Heating

Wet laboratories are laboratories where chemicals, drugs, and other material or biological matter are handled in liquid or volatile phases. Examples include chemistry, biology, and research labs. There are several applications in this environment where it is necessary that the experimental conditions have elevated temperatures.

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Scientific Analytical Instrumentation

In many research & development and laboratory applications, surface heat is required to successfully conduct experiments and tests. The heat may be required for a number of reasons.

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Vacuum Bake-Out

With many laboratory or research & development tests, it is critical that materials are free of gasses, water vapor, and other contaminants. A vacuum bake-out is a process used to remove such contaminants. Applying surface heat (normally up to 200˚C) is required to successfully complete a vacuum bake-out process.

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