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VWR® Dyla-Dual™ Hot Plate Stirrer

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The economical and durable Dyla-Dual hot plate stirrer is ideal for general heating and stirring. A large cast aluminum top plate provides an even heating surface.

•    Electronic speed control and bimetallic thermostat deliver reliable and repeatable results.
•    Powerful heater reaches maximum temperature in minutes.
•    Large magnet provides strong magnetic coupling to the spin bar.
•    Indicator lights illuminate when unit is on.
•    Built-in support rod holder with locking knob accepts optional support rod and clamp kit for mounting thermometers and temperature probes.


Optional support plate allows hot plate to be mounted to lab frames or ring stands.
Features:

•    Large 16.5 cm (61/2") Diameter Cast AluminumTop Plate.
•    Stirs from 100 to 1600 rpm.
•    Heats up to 400°C (752°F).
•    1500 mL Capacity.

Includes:

•    Units include a 1.8m (72") three-wire electrical cord with plug.
•    Teflon PTFE resin-coated spinbar.
•    Two-Year Limited Parts and Labor Warranty.

Technical Details:

•    Top Plate: 16.5 cm (61/2") diameter.
•    Overall: 22.2W x 20.3H x 12D cm (83/4 x 8 x 43/4").

Product VWR® Dyla-Dual™ Hot Plate Stirrer
Company VWR International
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VWR International
VWR International Radnor Corporate Center Building One, Suite 200 100 Matsonford Road, P.O. Box 6660 Radnor, PA 19087

Tel: (610) 386-1700



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