Memmert knows exactly, what users from the industry need. Read here, which technological details make a Memmert heating oven, vacuum drying oven or climate chamber uniquely precise, reliable and efficient.
The less forced air circulation the better. Homogeneity measurements in Memmert incubators demonstrate that thanks to a perfect interaction of all-round heating with temperature control, air circulation is in most cases unnecessary. Even in an appliance with 749 litres chamber volume, the maximum deviation at natural convection and 37 °C never exceeds +/- 0.7 K.
In order to actually create exemplary energy savers, innovative ideas like using Peltier technology are required. In contrast to compressor technology, Peltier technology works in a particularly economical and energy-saving manner at temperatures close to the ambient temperature, since energy is only required if heating or cooling is needed. Therefore, very fine adjustments can be made to the heating or cooling functions. More on Peltier heating/cooling system
The smaller the heating elements in an oven, the more they must be heated up to reach the required temperature in the interior. A Memmert heating oven with a volume of 749 litres is surrounded on all sides by 52 metres of heating elements. Six heating circuits are controlled separately from one another so that the required temperature is exactly attained and maintained at every point in the interior – linearly and without fluctuations. More on the “all-round surface heating”
The SetpointWAIT function ensures that the programme is not resumed before the setpoint temperature is reached. If the additional, freely positionable PT100 temperature sensors are used, the process begins once the setpoint temperature is reached at all measuring points – in the chamber load. Precisely maintaining the process time is therefore guaranteed at all times, irrespective of the chamber load and chamber volume. Thanks to the SetpointWAIT function, a process validation is easily possible.