An oil bath is a type of heated bath used for laboratories, it is the most common for heating chemical reactions. It is most commonly used in research laboratories for reactions that require heating temperatures up to 200 degrees Celsius. Oil baths provide more uniform heat compared to other heaters. Laboratory oil bath made of aluminum or stainless steel mold.
It is customary to use an oil bath if it is necessary to keep the temperature of the media in a liquid above 300 degrees Celsius.Water baths can reach temperatures of up to 100 degrees and are therefore not suitable for those who need 300 degrees Celsius.The oil baths come with internal circulation to get good temperature uniformity in the bath.Oil baths with external circulation make it possible to heat external facilities such as a reactor.
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