CONTROLS' Ovens are essential for the precise specimen preparation and condition of constructions materials such as cement, concrete, asphalt, bitumen, rock, soil, and aggregate in civil engineering testing facilities. When processing samples for materials testing, maintaining a uniform and consistent temperature is critical to ensure consistency and repeatability of results.
The laboratory drying oven is designed to remove moisture from the oven chamber as quickly as possible so the specimens can be dried. The drying oven process introduces fresh dry air into the chamber while simultaneously expelling warm moist air, enabling the specimens to dry quickly.
The internal and external walls of CONTROLS' Laboratory Drying Ovens are zinc-coated steel, insulated with mineral wool, and have a stainless steel front frame and access door. This design is not only long-lasting but also ensures that heat is evenly distributed and stable, leading to uniform and consistent specimen drying and conditioning. Safety and user comfort are main priorities – our ovens are now shallower, making them safer to load and unload.
A laboratory oven is designed to eliminate moisture from the oven chamber as rapidly as possible in order to dry the specimens. The drying oven technique provides fresh dry air into the chamber while simultaneously expelling warm damp air, allowing the samples to dry quickly.
CONTROLS' laboratory ovens models are produced with full stainless steel internal and external linings, 60 mm thick insulation, fast heat up, easy to read digital control, and forced convection airflow for uniform temperature throughout the oven chamber, making them ideal for soil, aggregates, and asphalt testing. All ovens are inspected to ensure that they meet the required standards.