The first oven Memmert built was a hot air sterilizer for the Red Cross in 1947. Today's Universal Ovens are ideal for sterilizing lab instruments and glass. Only dry heat sterilization provides enough protection for containers and instruments. Simply disinfecting is not enough for the medical and research fields. The sterilization time is precisely maintained and even highly resistant microorganisms are completely killed off. Combine this surety with Memmert's wide range of options for programming and documentation, and your lab needs will be met 100%.
In accordance with their intended use, heating ovens may be used for heating fango, silicate and APS packs for physical therapy and keeping them warm. The models being equipped with a fan for forced air circulation (with extended overtemperature protection option A6) bear the intended use declaration for heating up non-sterile blankets and cloths.
Whatever you want to perform: material tests, ageing of computer chips, run complex experiments with highly sensitive loads, drying or tempering electronic components, hardening plastic resin or heating plasticine. The Memmert U universal heating oven / drying oven stands for unparalleled precise, even and gentle temperature control.
Temperature range up to +300 °C
9 model sizes (32 to 1060 litres volume)
2 model variants: SingleDISPLAY and TwinDISPLAY
Natural convection or forced air circulation N/F
Unique Advantages Heating / Drying
Intuitive and easy-to-use operating menu
Air exchange rates and air flap position electronically controllable
Temperature and air exchange ramps programmable via AtmoControl software (models with TwinDISPLAY)
Pre-heated fresh air prevents temperature fluctuations
Almost exclusive use of high-quality, corrosion-resistant and easily cleanable stainless steel for the working chamber and housing
Heating concept specifically adapted for a precise and homogenous temperature control
A wide range of options for programming and documentation using interfaces, integrated data logger and Software AtmoCONTROL