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Heating Water Circulator
Part #: CIRCULATORA, CIRCULATORB

The heated water circulator interfaces with BIOPAC and third-party tissue bath stations. The circulator will maintain water temperature at a preset value in the range 30° C to 45°C and circulate water through the baths.

Heating circulators have a 4.5 L Water Bath Volume and Circulation Flow of 2 liter/min. The front panel has a digital temperature display and controls for Preset, Temperature, Power, Heater, and Circulation. The back panel has Inlet and Outlet ports, along with the power cord.

A single circulator can support eight tissue baths; longer tubing to and between tissue baths will increase cooling.

Dimensions (LxWxH): 40 cm x 20 cm x 29 cm

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Categories: Tissue Baths & Accessories - Education, Tissue Baths & Accessories - Research
Subcategories: Circulators - Education, Circulators - Research

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tissue bath water, oxygen, and waste connections


Heating Circulators are not available for EU purchase or delivery.

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