DURAC

DURAC

Durac, a part of H-B Instruments, Bel-Art and SP-Scienceware family of brands, is a leading manufacturer of temperature and density measuring instruments for applications in various clinical studies (bacteriology, immunology, cell biology and molecular biology). The extensive H-B Instruments-Durac catalogue includes hydrometers, liquid in glass thermometers, food service thermometers and wall / desk / window thermometers. The brand's liquid in glass thermometers are ideal for verifying sample temperatures in blood bank refrigerators. For different levels of accuracy measurement, these Durac thermometers are offered in different scale divisions and temperature ranges. The ASTM-certified Durac hydrometers are used for measuring specific gravity of both heavy and light liquids in food and beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Raptor Supplies, one of the authorised Bel-Art distributors, offers a wide range of these Durac instruments in different dimensions and accuracy levels.

  • Food Service Thermometers

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    LCD food service thermometers featuring water resistance and fast response to temperature changes in food safety testing. Include a 5-inch stainless-steel stem and can measure temperatures ranging from -40 to 450 degrees F

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  • Hydrometers

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    ASTM-certified hydrometers used in pharmacological testing to measure specific gravity of both heavy and light fluids. Feature an easy-to-read black scale to prevent eye fatigue and offered in different scale divisions and accuracy levels

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  • Liquid In Glass Thermometers

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    Used for accurate temperature measurement without contaminating the sample in refrigerators and incubators. Follow NIST calibration standards and come equipped with a glass bottle for storing sample

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  • Wall/Desk/Window Thermometers

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    Wall-mounted analogue thermometers featuring a mercury-free bi-metal sensor and blue / red scales. Can measure temperatures ranging from -30 to 60 degrees Celsius and ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications

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