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Technicon AutoAnalyzer Heating Bath

  • ca. 1960–1980
  • Manufactured by the Technicon Instruments Corporation
    Made in Tarrytown, New York
  • 16 in. H x 9.25 in. Diameter
    Aluminum, glass, steel
  • Not on display
  • Gift of Jack Levine
  • 2004.056

Description

Originally used in a Technicon AutoAnalyzer, this specific heating bath can maintain temperatures up to 180°C. A bath heats fluids, usually a type of oil, continuously in an attempt to effect a chemical reaction under controlled times and temperatures.

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