Series E Classic.Line | Drying and heating chambers with mechanical adjustment

With a BINDER E series heating oven, you obtain a reliable and powerful unit in a solid configuration at a very attractive price. This heating oven is preferred for tasks in basic research, as well as in human and veterinary medicine.

Important characteristics

  • Temperature range: 60 °C to 230 °C
  • Adjustable exhaust air flap
  • Hydro-mechanical thermostat
  • Class 1 temperature limitation device (Model E028-230V-T)
  • Timer 0 – 120 min
  • 2 chrome-plated racks
  • Model E 28
  • Housing dimensions not incl. fittings and connections - W x H x D [in]: 22.85 x 15.96 x 16.74
  • Internal dimension W x H x D [in]: 15.76 x 11.03 x 9.85
  • Net weight [lbs]: 49
  • Interior volume [cu.ft.]: 1
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Technical data

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MSRP* [?] Merken
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    Calibration temperature incl. certificate

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    including certificate, one measuring point in center of chamber at specified temperature

  • Art. No.: DL30-0101
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    Extension of the warranty from 2 to 3 years

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    beginning with the date of delivery, wearing parts are not included

  • Art. No.: DL00-1041
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    Extension of the warranty from 2 to 5 years

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    beginning with the date of delivery, wearing parts are not included

  • Art. No.: DL00-1042
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    and set up of unit at operating location, connect to existing connections

  • Art. No.: DL10-0100
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    unit function instructions for operation and programming of the controller

  • Art. No.: DL10-0500
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    Preventive maintenance

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    Executive of equipment inspection according to maintenance plan

  • Art. No.: DL20-0200
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Options and Accessories

Complementary to our products we offer a broad range of options and accessories - from access ports and to racks to documentation and software.

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Heating chambers with mechanical adjustment from BINDER

BINDER drying and heating chambers are reliable systems for science and research, industry, and quality assurance applications. BINDER's Classic.Line E series features heating chambers with mechanical adjustment that promise high quality, ease of use, and efficiency. Versatile functionality is combined with a modern design.
The heating chambers with mechanical adjustment operate within a temperature range of between 60 °C and 230 °C and are equipped with an adjustable exhaust air flap and a hydraulic/mechanical thermostat. The timer can be set for up to 120 minutes, while two chrome-plated racks provide plenty of space for samples and products.

Heating chambers with optimum homogeneous temperature distribution

Optimum homogeneous temperature distribution is guaranteed in the heating chambers thanks to the patented APT.line™ preheating chamber technology. In this way, BINDER is offering a key benefit over conventional systems, which have long heating up times and uneven temperature distribution. BINDER's heating chambers with mechanical adjustment provide consistent conditions across the entire usable space, regardless of the amount or size of the sample. Effective thermal insulation in the heating chambers also reduces operating costs in the long term.
With BINDER, you are guaranteed high quality standards and process reliability. The heating chambers with mechanical adjustment are incredibly easy to use and cleaning is no hassle at all either thanks to their stainless steel finish. The BINDER Classic.Line heating chambers come with either natural or forced convection, with the different versions meeting different laboratory requirements.