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Syringe Heater (Warner)
Warner  SW-10/6  Syringe Heater

Solution reservoir heating is an important technique used to eliminate outgassing of perfusate solutions.

Solution reservoir heating is an important technique used to eliminate outgassing of solutions prior to their entering a heated perfusion chamber. Since the gas load of a solution has dependence on pressure and temperature, preheating a solution at the final pressure before delivery to the chamber will minimize the occurrence of bubbles in the chamber's bath, even if the solution is allowed to cool en route.

Solution reservoir heaters from Warner Instruments are designed for applications where the use of a large heated water bath is inconvenient, such as a shared facility. Designed to accommodate six 10 cc syringes, the SW-10/6 Heater housing is made of anodized aluminum which is both corrosion resistant and serves as an excellent conductor. These heaters may be mounted on any 3/8" or 1/2" diameter laboratory rod and each unit is supplied with a cable assembly for connection to Warner's TC-324 or TC-344 heater controllers (purchased separately).

Also supplied is a TA-29 thermistor for monitoring the temperature within any syringe and six 10 cc syringes. Solutions will reach set temperature approximately 15 minutes after application of power. Additional useful accessories (purchased separately) include solution manifolds, stopcocks with Luer connectors, ring stands, and perfusion flow valves.



Syringe Size                   10 cc
Heater Resistance            10 Ω
Voltage Requirement     Variable to 12 V max.
Temperature Range          25 - 50 °C
Temperature Accuracy     ± 1° C
Physical Dimensions Body     H × W × D 7.5 × 17.8 × 2.5 cm
Weight                        680 g
Cable Length                  1.9 m
Warranty                      One Year