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Fluidized Calibration Bath, Model 875 Ayres
Isotech, 875 AYRES Fluidized Calibration Bath
Ayers Fluidized Bath
  • Wide Temperature Range, High Accuracy
  • Safe, sealed; no powder loss into laboratory
  • Comparison Calibration or use with Fixed Points

Product Code: 875
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Fluidized Calibration Bath "875 AYRES"

The Isotech fluidized calibration bath outperforms dangerous salt baths in all respects: wider temperature range, less hazardous and better uncertainties. The bath is the result of 20 years research and development into flow patterns, powder technology and filtration. Recent developments have enabled the baths facilities to be extended even further, it is now eminently suitable for Liquid in glass thermometer calibration. To achieve this the filter and exhaust system were re-designed to cope with the increased level of powder needed for Liquid In Glass thermometer calibration.

The result is a calibration system to National Standards. The performance is only matched by heat pipe technology. The profiles ae so small that the bath has been used by National Laboratories for fixed points of Indium through Aluminium, with great success. In comparison mode 2 sigma uncertainties of 0.020C at 300C and 0.035C at 660C can be obtained.

This is the only product capable of covering a very wide temperature range without a change of thermal media. Like most fluidized bed baths, the 875 bath consists of a container of aluminium oxide powder with a porous base plate. Sufficient air is passed through the base plate to motivate the powder into a fluid like state so that it will flow, display buoyancy effects and have a good heat transfer characteristics.

A disadvantage of many fluidized-bed baths is that good temperature stability and uniformity cannot be achieved in the fluidized medium itself. They are obtained by using large metal blocks or by inhibiting the fluidizing action int he powder around the work piece - either locally, or by completely collapsing the bed at the required temperature, this is not the case with the 875. A full evaluation report is available upon request.