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- ItemLaboratory Oven, Gravity Convection
- Temp. RangeAmbient to 225 Degrees C
- Temp. Accuracy+/-1
- Inside Usable Dimensions13 x 13 x 13"
- Overall Dimensions15 x 21 x 15"
- Volume1.27 cu. ft.
- Number of Shelves2
- Shelf Capacity50 lbs.
- Number of Doors1
- Power Consumption800 Watts Minimum
- Power Requirement115V, 60 Hz
- Special FeaturesRubber Feet, Top Mounted Thermometer
- Includes(2) Adjustable Shelves, 6 ft. Power Cord and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length6 Months
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