Both BINDER vacuum drying chamber models enable effective drying without residue or damaging the material being dried. With their proven technological features, the excellently address the strict requirements of industrial and scientific laboratories.
Samples and similar materials incorporating flammable and non-flammable solvents can be dried, depending on the individual use. The chambers use a unique safety design that, together with accustomed outstanding performance, sets the bar in terms of quality and safety.
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BINDER vacuum drying chambers live up to the highest of standards when it comes to safety, quality, and performance. Samples can be dried quickly, effectively, and gently, with homogeneous temperature distribution across the usable space and a drying process free from condensation. On top of all this, high levels of safety are guaranteed with the vacuum drying chambers. Adjustment without overshooting provides maximum protection for samples, while a unique, sophisticated safety concept is in place where operation is concerned. In two series, BINDER has models available for both non-flammable and flammable solvents. The VDL series for flammable solvents also has an explosion-proof interior for added safety.
BINDER vacuum drying chambers can be used for extremely quick drying, without posing a risk to the samples in the process. These drying chambers meet even the strict requirements of the laboratory within industry and science applications alike, proving to be extremely durable and robust. The interior is made of highly corrosion-resistant stainless steel which is resilient and easy to clean. Maintenance and care is simplified further by the smooth inner chamber with rounded edges and racks that can be inserted flexibly and removed for cleaning purposes.
BINDER's vacuum drying chambers operate within a temperature range of between 10 °C and 220 °C, and are suitable for a wide range of applications. Fast and gentle sample drying is guaranteed at all times together with high levels of safety and usability.