Chemistry laboratories where many processes are applied contain many devices in a professional sense. Drying is very important in the drying of the materials for reuse after washing after the applied process. The main reason for this is that the smallest liquid remaining on the equipment affects the process values.
Drying Appropriate for Use in the Laboratory
Dryings are the equipment used to dry the materials in the laboratory after being cleaned of chemicals and impurities. It is suitable to be used in environments with sink. Drying racks made of many sizes and materials are available and offer an economical approach to the drying process.
Structure of Dryers
Drying; It consists of 72 rigid and 4 mm single supports made of high impact polystyrene (HIPS) fixed to the back plate. These rods have closed ends to prevent leakage and possible biological damage. Headers allow the transportation of test tubes with a diameter of 6 mm, as well as for 15 mm. In addition to its structure, which is resistant to rust and dirt, the caps can be easily removed to allow cleaning and to allow materials of different sizes to be placed. There is also a drip duct that collects leakage through the discharge pipe. Drying hangers are perfectly designed for the transportation of heavy materials.
Advantages of Dryers
Dryers have many advantages such as ease of use, increasing the contact surface with air, and drying materials of many sizes. In addition, due to their ability to be mounted on the wall, they can save space even in small laboratory environments. There is no difficulty in use and 72 heads on it allows the drying of many glass, plastic or metal materials at the same time. Variable distances between the heads also allow materials of different shapes and sizes to be dried. Compact and easy, as many materials can be dried on a single shelf. Since napkins or compressed air may contain impurities, dryers are more suitable than these methods. It is also more economical than drying ovens.