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SVAC9-2, SHEL LAB Large Capacity Vacuum Oven 9.3 Cu. Ft. (264 L) 220V, 1 EACH


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The SHEL LAB Model SVAC9-2 is one of the largest vacuum ovens on the market, with 9.3 cubic feet of capacity.  This unit also features a fully programmable Watlow controller and a cool touch surface.  A digital vacuum gauge shows chamber vacuum level in measurements of Torr and m/Torr. The display range is 760 Torr down to 0 mTorr (Maximum permitted end vacuum is 10 mTorr. Leak rate is 10 mTorr per hour). A secondary independent high limit controller provides overtemperature safety protection.


This unit includes true vacuum valves and has cross-flow ventilation within the oven chamber to enhance total performance. The vacuum oven is secured to a ruggedly constructed mobile stand to create a vacuum pump at the base. Although the oven is not supplied with a vacuum pump, all vacuum plumbing and KF25 connections are provided.


The SHEL LAB SVAC9-2 vacuum oven is equipped with a Viton gasket, which provides an excellent combination of high-temperature performance and chemical resistance. When paired with this oven’s deep-draw capacity and large chamber volume, the SVAC9-2 serves as one of the most robust vacuum work stations available on the market.


Features include:

      • Watlow Controller Capable Of 40 Step Ramp And Soak Profiles, Or 4 Files With 10 Steps Per File


      • Stainless Steel Interior 


      • Stainless Steel Exterior Option Available  (Ideal For Cleanroom Applications) 


      • KF25 Fitting Included


      • Built in Vacuum Pump Mount


      • 5 year warranty on parts and labor

Heat-up (min):90% of a 150 °C set point in 90 minutes
Temperature Uniformity:+/- 7.0 °C at 150 °C
Temperature Range:5 °C above ambient to 220 °C
Exterior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm):36 x 46.5 x 62 (91.5 x 118.2 x 157.5)
Interior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm):28 x 24 x 24 (71.1 x 60.9 x 60.9)
Capacity:9.3 Cu.Ft. (264 L)




All specifications are determined by using average values on standard equipment at an ambient temperature of (22 ¬± 3) °C and line voltages within +/-10% of unit type (115V/230V). Temperature specifications follow DIN 12880 methodology. We reserve the right to change specifications at any time.