New 12 Litre Viscosity Bath (TV12)
Jun 18 2008
The Tamson baths are specially designed for tests that require ultra precise temperature control, or processes that need to be followed visually. Examples are viscosity, (thermometer) calibration, crystal growing, density and reaction rate measurement.
The TV12 with built-in illumination is based on Tam-son’s latest technology. The fully ASTM D445 bath offers unique figures for temperature stability and overall dimensions.
Tamson has put a lot of effort in even improving the bath stability of their well-known quality baths. Stability of ± 0.005 K can be achieved while using only 12 litres of bath content. This not only saves energy, but when refreshing the bath liquid also will help the environment due to the reduced amount of wasted bath fluid. The display readout is in 0.01°C. The working range is from ambient up to 120°C. A standard cooling coil is built-in to achieve temperatures below ambient. The new TLC10-3 cooler can be used for this purpose.
Another advantage is the reduced size of the bath. In practice Tamson have found that customers use several thermostatic baths running at different tempera-tures. Most common working temperatures are 40°C and 100°C. When placed next to each other, two TV12’s only take 70 cm of your work bench.
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