Hot Plates

Photo of RC2200 Large Surface Remote Controlled Hot Plates. Thermolyne
RC2200 series hot plates have porcelain coated stainless steel top plates that provide chemical and stain resistance. Temperature stability of the RC2200 units is ±5°C (9°F) over the operating temperature range. Embedded heating elements evenly transfer heat to the top plate for maximum temperature uniformity (within ±10°C (18°F) at 150°C (300°F)). A percentage input controller provides infinite temperature selection. Chemically resistant cover protects line cord from the hot plate to remote control. Control can be placed up to five feet (1.5 meters) away from unit.
Photo of Thermo Scientific Cimarec+ Digital Stirring Hot Plates with Ceramic Top

Cimarec+ stirring hot plates are ideal for academic and research institutions desiring reliable, safe, and easy operation. The hot top indicator remains lit as long as the plate temperature is above 50°C, even if the hot plate is turned off. Temperature is adjustable in one degree increments, allowing you to control the temperature more accurately. Optional external temperature probe (order separately) provides the feedback necessary to keep your sample at the desired temperature. Optional splash guard (order separately) protects you and your sample from mishaps.

Photo of Corning® Stirring Hot Plates with Digital Displays

These Corning® stirring hot plates with the glass-ceramic Pyroceram® top feature digital temperature and stirring speed displays. Closed-loop heating and stirring controls that monitor and regulate both temperature and stirring speed. Microprocessor maintains consistent and repeatable temperature settings from 5°C (if ambient temperature is 0°C or lower) up to 550°C. Digital LED temperature display is adjustable in 5°C increments and blinks until set temperature is reached. Optional external temperature controller (Cat. No.

Photo of Corning 6795-220 4"x5" 120V PC-220 Stirring Hot Plate with Analog Controls

These Corning® hot plate/stirrers have a durable glass-ceramic 4 x 5 inch Pyroceram® top and offer superior performance and reliability in a low profile, space-saving design. They offer closed-loop stirring for consistent and accurate speed and to get the job done quickly, efficiently, and safely. Advanced insulation technology conserves energy by keeping heat safely at the top where it belongs. Effective two-piece casting design deflects spills from electronics, which are enclosed for improved performance and durability.

Photo of SAFE-T SHP9 Explosion-Proof Stirring Hot Plate
The SAFE-T SHP-9 is UL listed for Class I, Group C and D hazardous atmospheres containing ethylene and mixtures such as gasoline, naptha, benzene, butane, propane, ethanol, acetone, lacquers, natural gas or other vapors with ignition temperatures above 280°C. Safe in hazardous situations where Class I, Group C and D flammable gases or solvent vapors can produce explosive or ignitable mixtures. Stirring speeds from 60 to 1200 rpm, with precise, electronic stir control, within ± 3 rpm. Stir oils with a viscosity of 1200 centipoise at 400 rpm (@ 21.5°C).
Photo of Thermo Nuova Stirring Hotplate with 7" x 7" Porcelain Coated Top

Thermo Scientific™ Nuova™ Stirring Hotplates are capable of warming applications that require stir speeds as low as 100 rpm as well as delivering full stirring and heating capabilities. Featuring a compact design, low temperature stability and corrosion-resistant top for a wide range of warming applications, these hotplates reach maximum temperature in just 8 minutes. Embedded heating element ensures even heat distribution.

Photo of Labnet AccuPlate™ Analog Hot Plates with Ceramic Top

Labnet‘s analog hot plates were developed to be safe and reliable, making them ideal for the Science and Education or Research markets. The 7” x 7” ceramic coated top plates have a maximum hot temperature surface rating of 380°C and provide an even heating surface. Safety features include a hot top indicator lamp located on the extended control panel as well as a power switch conveniently positioned on the side of the unit. A built-in support rod holder with locking knob can accept the optional support rod.