Hot Plate Stirrers

Hot plates are pieces of equipment used to heat glassware and/or its contents in scientific applications. Most hot plates are available with a ceramic or metal surface that is chemical and acid resistant. These high-quality laboratory devices have been designed for applications where boiling acid for a long period of time is necessary.
Types of hot plates and how to choose the right one?
• Hot plates can be equipped with a digital or analogue temperature controls
• Hot plates are available with silicon, metal or ceramic plates
• They are available in a range of sizes and power
• Maximum hotplate temperature depends on the power of the device and can be easily adjusted for heating requirements.
• To make a right decision on a hot plate type, you need to consider all of the above and also the manufacturer of the device.
Hot stirrers use magnetic force alongside a hot plate to stir and heat liquids, without motions which may cause spillages. The liquid is placed in a glass beaker or container onto the hotplate. A rotating magnetic field then causes the liquid to spin. This spinning action causes a stirring motion. Hot stirrers often come with adjustable dials for different paces of stirring.

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Description Price Hotplate Material Plate Size Maximum Hotplate Temperature Magnetic Stirrer Maximum Stirring Capacity Maximum Stirrer Speed Heater Power Rating Power Rating Power Source Dimensions Weight Diameter Height Length
RS Stock No. 387-4416
Mfr. Part No.HI180C-2
- - - Yes 1L 1000rpm - - Mains 137 (Dia.) x 51mm 640g 137mm 51mm -
RS Stock No. 122-0822
Mfr. Part No.HI731319
Each (In a Pack of 10)
- - - - - - - - - 7 (Dia.) x 25mm - 7mm - 25mm