Save 20% on the Electrothermal Electric Bunsen

publication date: Mar 30, 2016
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author/source: Bibby Scientific Limited
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Electrothermal are offering a huge saving on their Electric Bunsen’s until the end of June.

Electrothermal Electric BunsenWith a maximum temperature of 800°C, the BA6101 Electric Bunsen can be controlled using an MC5 controller. The Electric Bunsen combines the advantages of a regular gas burner with the clean easy operation of our Electromantles. Radiation from the heater is directed upwards to a focal point. The Electric Bunsen is ideal for heating test tubes, crucibles, small flasks and beakers, regardless of their shape.

Each bunsen radiant heater bowl is constructed within a robust, corrosion resistant cylindrical stainless steel housing. Air circulation / cooling vents are provided in the lower half of the bunsen housing to allow the unit to be hand-held by its base whilst operational. Much cheaper to initially install than a gas supply –circa £250,000 for gas in a new building. The Electric Bunsen is ideal for portable laboratories, schools and biological safety cabinets where safety regulations restrict the use of open flames.

This special offer is running until 30.06.2016. All prices are subject to standard terms and conditions of sale and the special order code MUST be used at the time of ordering. Offer subject to availability.

To take advantage of this special offer click here.


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