Digital Dry Bath Incubator Stainless Steel (Model No. HVO-DDI-24)

Digital Dry Bath Incubator Stainless Steel (Model No. HVO-DDI-24)


  • Rs. 5,585.00

Digital Dry Bath Incubator Stainless Steel

Dry bath incubator is designed for maintaining constant temperature of samples in test tubes (5ml) inserted in the aluminum block sockets. Unprecedented high precision and uniformity of temperature over the block. It is widely used for PCR- analysis, extraction of DNA and RNA from cell cultures.

The unit is designed for operation in cold rooms and closed laboratory rooms at ambient temperature from +10°C to +40°C.


Temperature Specifications

  • Temperature Setting Range: +25°C to 60°C
  • Temperature Control Range: 5°C above ambient to +70°C
  • Temperature Setting Resolution: 0.1°C
  • Temperature Stability: +0.2°C
  • Temperature Units: CENTIGRADE (°C), KELVIN (°K) & FAHRENHEIT (°F)

General Specifications:

  • Digital Time Setting: 1min to 99 hrs 59 min or non-stop
  • Display: 16*2 LCD
  • Number of Sockets: 24 test tube 15ml (12.5mm Hole Diameter / Depth of Hole 36mm)
  • Dimensions: 23*17*12cm (LxWxH)
  • Power Consumption: 100Watt
  • Operating Voltage: AC 220C 50/60 Hz
  • Weight: 4kg

Electrical Safety:

  • Connect only to a power supply with a voltage corresponding to that on the serial number label.
  • Ensure that the mains connector is easily accessible during use.
  • Before moving the unit disconnect the mains supply from the mains.
  • If liquid is spilt inside the unit, disconnect it from the mains power supply and have it checked by a competent person.

During Operation:

  • Do not check the temperature by touch. Use a calibrated thermometer.
  • Do not operate the unit in premises with aggressive or explosive chemical mixtures.
  • Do not operate the unit outside the laboratory premises.
  • Do not operate the unit which have not been correctly installed or repaired.
  • Under the action of high temperature (>70°C) tube caps can open, thus causing sample volume shrinkage or potential health risk when working with infected material. Take all necessary precautions to ensure safe operation.
  • Don’t heat the tubes over the melting point of the material they are made of (use thermoresisting polypropylene tubes or glass tubes). Remember that thin-walls tubes have a higher thermo conducting factor.
  • Do not leave the operating unit unattended.