A completely new concept in hotplates
PTFE construction with glass ceramic plate for exceptional
resistance to chemical attack
Ideal for acid digestions or trace metal analysis
Separate control box connected with a PTFE coated lead
A heated glass ceramic plate mounted in a block of pure PTFE creates
a powerful hotplate which is almost impervious to chemical attack,
even by concentrated acids.
When boiling acid solutions the CP300 is unaffected by the fumes and
splashes which eventually destroy conventional hotplates.
The chemical inertness of the PTFE body and ceramic top plate also
means that much more aggressive cleaning agents can be used.
For example, if all traces of metal must be removed, this hotplate can
be washed with concentrated nitric acid!
The separate temperature controller is connected to the hotplate via a
2 metre PTFE coated lead. This allows the hotplate to be located in a
fume cupboard and the controller kept outside, well away from the
The controller is also fitted with a "Hot" warning light that will flash
whenever the plate temperature of the hotplate is above 50 degrees and it
will continue to operate when the hotplate is turned off and
connected to the electricity supply.
The hotplate has a large 200mm square heated area so is ideal for
heating either one large vessel or several smaller ones.
For a larger view, please click on the photo.
Bibby Scientific CP300 Hotplate
PTFE acid resistant hotplate
For resellers, educational establishments or for larger projects, please contact us directly for pricing as you may be subject to possible discounts.
£1,779.36 (£2,135.23 inc. VAT)
£25.00 UK Delivery
Plate material - Glass ceramic
Body material - PTFE
Plate dimensions - 300 x 300mm
Heated area - 200 x 200
Heater power - 900w
Max. plate temperature - 400 degrees
Hotplate dimensions - (w x d x h) 320 x 360 x 60mm
Control unit dimensions - (w x d x h) 150 x 160 x 65mm
Net weight - 11kg
Electrical supply 230V, 50-60Hz