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So-Low Ceramic Hotplates / Stirrers

So-low general-purpose analog (and digital) water baths are available in a variety of sizes designed to meet your application needs. Hinged covers

Series Models: H4000-H, H4000-SH, H4000-S

Torrey Pines Scientific HP60, HS60, HP61 and HS61

Also found In: , Hot Plate Stirrers , Magnetic Stirrers

Fully Programmable Digital Hot Plates and Stirring Hot Plates

Series Models: HP60, HP61

Torrey Pines Scientific HP40 and HS40

Also found In: , Hot Plate Stirrers , Magnetic Stirrers

When you cannot be in two places at once, these equipment are ideal for complete walk-away heating and stirring applications.

Series Models: HP40

Torrey Pines Scientific HP30 and HS30

Also found In: , Hot Plate Stirrers , Magnetic Stirrers

Heat, stir and time accurately with the most easy to use, fully-featured hot plates available anywhere.

Series Models: HP30

VWR 600 Series Standard Hot Plates

Designed for general laboratory heating applications.

Series Models: 4 x 4 in. Ceramic, 7 x 7 in. Ceramic, 10 x 10 in. Ceramic

VWR 700 Series Advanced Hot Plates

Designed for general laboratory heating applications.

Series Models: 4 x 4 in. Ceramic, 7 x 7 in. Ceramic, 10 x 10 in. Ceramic

Thermo Scientific Cimarec Basic Hotplates

Sleek, rugged design and construction for economical high performance.

Series Models: HP194515, HP194825

Thermo Scientific Cimarec Digital Hotplates

Carry out routine protocols with Thermo Scientific™ Cimarec™ Digital Hotplates, which deliver precise stirring control and exceptional

Series Models: HP130914Q, HP130915Q, HP131224Q, HP131225Q, HP131534Q, HP131535Q

Thermo Scientific Super-Nuova Digital Hotplates

Highest performance, maximum safety and flexible operation.

Series Models: HP131724Q, HP131725Q, HP133734Q, HP133735Q

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