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PolyScience Performance Programmable Circulating Baths Deliver Ultra-Precise, Highly Customizable Performance
Date:7/24/2013

Niles, IL (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

A line of highly sophisticated circulating water baths that makes it simple to create and run multi-step ramp and soak temperature programs as well as frequently used single temperature testing protocols is now available from PolyScience. Designed with the work habits and needs of laboratory personnel in mind, PolyScience Performance Programmable Circulating Baths feature an icon-driven touch-screen display that makes selecting and setting operational parameters simple and straightforward. A built-in electronic keypad speeds and simplifies the entry of text and numerical values.

Available in both refrigerating/heating and heat only models, PolyScience Performance Programmable Circulating Baths control bath temperatures as broad as -40° to +200°C with ±0.005°C stability and feature OpenMode programming, which places no restrictions on the number of time/temperature programs or steps that can be stored. Highly customizable, they feature a variety of user-settable operational parameters, including the size, style, and type of temperature information that is displayed as well as the menu/display language. Plus for optimum temperature control, performance is easily tuned for use with specific heat transfer fluids.

Other lab-friendly features include a rotating control head that provides a clear view of the temperature display anywhere within a 180° viewing radius, variable-speed suction/pressure pump suitable for closed- and open-loop external circulation, remote temperature sensing capability, and serial, USB, and Ethernet communications. PolyScience Performance Programmable Circulating Baths are available in reservoir sizes ranging from 7 to 75 liters.

For more information, visit http://www.polyscience.com, call toll-free 1-800-229-7569 (outside the US call 847-647-0611), email sa
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