Laboratory Oven

The laboratory oven, also known as a hot air oven, is a multipurpose equipment used to determine the stability of compounds like antiscalants and drilling detergents. It is vital to ascertain the stability of these compounds at different temperature conditions to prevent degradation during the drilling and management of geothermal wells. The ovens operate between room temperature and 350 degrees centigrade.

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