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10" x 10" Advanced Ceramic Hot Plate Stirrer

SKU: e-G71HS10C~ea

SKU: e-G71HS10C~ea

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Ohaus Guardian 7000 Series e-G71HS10C Ceramic Hot Plate Stirrer

Ohaus Guardian 7000 hot plate stirrer, ideal for academic, institutional and research applications. Features outstanding safety features and superior heating and mixing performance. Precise stirring rate made possible with a powerful motor, strong magnet and a software controlled ramp rate, ensuring secure magnetic coupling for viscous applications. Offering customized performance for precise applications, the programming allows storage of 5 multi-step programs. The bright LCD display includes intuitive icons, temperature, speed and time settings - all designed to monitor performance from across the lab.

  • SmartHousing is chemical resistant and designed to channel spills away from internal components. 
  • SafetyHeat protects your lab, using two independent safety sensors to monitor the electronics and shut off the heat before an over temperature event happens.
  • SmartPresence and SmartLink protect your lab with exclusive technology that automatically shuts off the heater if no one is detected after a user set "time out" period has elapsed.


Function Heating and Stirring
Capacity 18 L
Plate Construction Ceramic
Plate Size 10 in x 10 in (254 mm x 254 mm)
Temperature Range Ambient + 5°C – 500°C
Speed Range 60 rpm – 1,600 rpm
Calibration Temperature calibration
Control Digital
Dimensions 4.8 in x 16.3 in x 11.25 in (123 mm x 415 mm x 286 mm)
Display Custom Backlit LCD
In-use cover Included
Net Weight 11.5 lb (5.2 kg)
Power 120V, 11.2A, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption 1,210 W
Safety Certification TUV
Speed Range 60 to 1600 rpm
Timer 1 minute – 99 hours, 59 minutes
Working Environment 41°F – 104°F, 80%RH, non-condensing (5°C – 40°C, 80%RH, non-condensing)

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