Base Tray for Grant Analog and Digital Unstirred Water Baths, Grant VBT12 is a reliable and dependable addition to the Grant Baths, Ovens, Incubators, and Cryogenics Storage family of products. Combining top-notch and uncompromising quality with an affordable price, the Base Tray for Grant Analog and Digital Unstirred Water Baths, Grant VBT12/ 89032-248 can fulfill your laboratory needs while still offering a great value for the money.
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Ideal for a wide variety of routine laboratory applications, these baths are designed with a high-grade stainless steel tank in a robust outer case. Unit construction provides durability in demanding environments and makes baths easy to clean. Baths feature a gabled polycarbonate lid to divert condensation away from immersed vessels and to prevent contamination of samples. The heater mat and temperature sensor are mounted underneath the tank, optimizing temperature uniformity and workspace. Independent overtemperature cut-out provides system protection in case the bath accidentally operates with insufficient or no liquid. User-adjustable secondary control system protects samples in the event of primary system failure. The easily accessible control panel allows end-on positioning of the unit to maximize bench space.
Units are available with an analog dial or digital keypad controls. The analog unit features an easy-to-use dial with a graduated scale to 2°C for temperature selection. The digital unit features an easily visible three-digit display and membrane keypad. The digital control system provides reproducibility of set temperature and accurate repetition of sensitive procedures.
Units 89032-208 and 89032-222 are dual water baths.
Optional stainless steel trays, racks, and shelves are available to maximize use of available workspace. Base trays are required for placing flat-bottom flasks directly on the base of bath. Racks accommodate various sizes of microtubes and test tubes. Raised shelves accommodate different sizes and shapes of vessels simultaneously; more than one shelf can be used to achieve a range of depths.