Solution reservoir heating is an important technique used to eliminate outgassing of solutions prior to their entry to a heated perfusion chamber.
Solution reservoir heating is an important technique used to eliminate outgassing of solutions prior to their entry to a heated perfusion chamber. Since the gas load of a solution is dependent on partial pressure and temperature, preheating the solution at atmospheric pressure before delivery to the final heater will minimize the occurrence of bubbles in the chamber's bath, even if the solution is allowed to cool en route.
Solution reservoir heaters from Warner are designed for applications where the use of a large heated water bath is inconvenient, such as a shared facility. The ability to independently control each separate heater block allows the researcher to control the initial temperature of each solution without influencing other nearby solutions.
The SW-60 accommodates a single 60 cc syringe and its housing is made of anodized aluminum which is both corrosion resistant and serves as an excellent conductor of heat. These heaters may be mounted on any 3/8 inch diameter lab rod or used with the PS-560stand.
A TA-29 thermistor is supplied for monitoring the temperature within the syringe. A 60 cc syringe is not supplied with this product. Syringes may be ordered separately. The syringe warmer will fit a BD size syringe. Additional useful accessories are also available.
|Syringe Size||60 cc|
|Temperature Range||ambient to 50°C (limited by power controller)|
|Input Voltage||12 V nominal, 16 V max|
|(H x W x D)||14.8 x 8.1 x 6.4 cm|