12 Sep

Benchtop & Wall-Mount Dryers

4699047So, you have just finished washing and rinsed out your test tubes or flasks from the previous project and need to dry them quickly.  Good luck getting a towel inside of the tube without doing damage.  Sure, you can place them aside and wait a few hours or……  you can use the Electric Benchtop Dryer pictured on the left.

These electric drying racks gently and continuously circulate heated air to decrease the drying time for glass and plastic labware. Lab-Aire II models, like the one pictured on the left,  feature up to 76 peg positions to accommodate beakers, flasks, bottles, test tubes, and cylinders, with two removable polypropylene baskets for bulk rinsing, drying, transport, and storage of small items and extra pegs.  A selector knob controls high, medium, and low temperature settings, with an 8-amp circuit breaker and independent thermo-fuse to protect the dryer from overheating. A replaceable polyurethane foam filter maintains a dust-free airflow. Models come single-sided or double-sided, with two or three tiers. Electrical: 110V, 60Hz

9801648Non Electric version is also available in a single or double sided 1, 2 or 3 tier model.   The dryer pictured on the right can be placed on your benchtop or mounted on the wall (single sided).  It will safely dry and store both delicate and frequently used glassware on these space-conserving benchtop and wall-mount racks. Reposition the durable V-channel pegs up to 114 different ways to make space for beakers, flasks, bottles, test tubes, and cylinders. A drip tray with scalloped wells is ideal for holding burets and pipets.

If you need additional information, including availability, please give myself or any of my associates here at LabPlanet a call.

Thank you for reading my blog.  Your comments and imput are welcomed.

Stephen Gonshorek