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Water Bath TW2

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The TW series offers high-quality water baths with MICROPROCESSOR technology and a temperature stability of ±0.2 °C. The working temperature range offers many application possibilities, e.g. routine laboratory applications, temperature control of samples, incubations, dental applications, material testing, corrosion tests, tempering of cultures as well as temperature testing of food and luxury articles. The units are provided with overall splash-water protection and have a keypad for temperature settings and with temperature indication (LED) for easy operation. Dry-running protection as well as optical and acoustical warnings, and switch-off functions, offer maximum protection for sensitive goods which require to be temperature controlled. There are a wide range of accessories including test tube racks and lift-up Makrolon covers available.
Product Water Bath TW2
Company Julabo Labortechnik
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Catalog Number 9550102
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Julabo Labortechnik
Eisenbahnstrasse 45 77960 Seelbach Germany

Tel: +49 7823 51190
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Email: info@julabo.de



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