Providing a superior thermal environment for probe immersion as no air gap exists between the probe and the medium Thermal coupling is therefore much better than the alternatives described, and the stirring results in very even heat distribution throughout the medium. Methanol is used for temperature below 0°C, water from 0 to 80°C and silicon oil for up to 250°C. We have seven types of liquid baths given below.
CALsys 250 calibration bath is a highly stable standard stirred liquid bath for calibrating RTDs / Thermocouples and other temperature sensors in the laboratory. The temperature of the bath is set and controlled by a self tuned PID controller with automatic super fine adjustment. The unique features are portability with very high stability and uniformity.
The medium used in the bath is silicon oil.
Temperature Range: 50 to 250°C
Temperature Resolution: 0.1°C
Stability: ±0.015°C at 50°C, ±0.025°C at 150°C, ±0.05°C at 250°C
Uniformity: ±0.02°C at 50°C, ±0.04°C at 150°C, ±0.06°C at 250°C
- Large Immersion Depths
- Wide Operating Range (50 to 250°C)
- High Stability and Uniformity
- PC interfacing
- Simple to use and cost-effective