Humboldt carries an extensive line of laboratory ovens to fit the specific needs of the materials testing laboratory. We carry several manufacturer's models so you can compare and make a decision on the best oven for your particular need. To that end, we have developed this Oven Selector Wizard to help make comparing and choosing an oven easier. Just choose what your needs are from the drop down menus of the wizard and it will present you with several choices that will accomodate your needs.
Our laboratory oven offerings include fan-forced and gravity convection ovens from small 0.6 ft3 models to large 36 ft3 models. These laboratory ovens are also available in models that provide up to 550°F maximum temperatures. All our ovens are built to withstand years of heavy use and most are ideal for soil and asphalt testing applications.
Lab Ovens: Forced Air
Quality fan-forced circulation ovens feature double-wall construction and heavy, welded-steel exterior.
Lab Ovens: Gravity Convection
Quality gravity-convection ovens feature double-wall construction and heavy, welded-steel exterior
Lab Ovens: Forced Air Digital
Digital microprocessor control ovens feature cabinets that are attractive and durable.
Lab Ovens: Gravity Convection Digital
The digital control combines the features of the analog model but offers the stability of a full PID microprocessor.
Bench Oven with Dial Temp. Control
Ovens feature fan-forced-air circulation and adjustable dial temperature control
Bench Ovens, Digital Control
Precise PID microprocessor temperature controller holds temps within 1°
High-Performance, Bench-Top Ovens
Forced-air convection oven uses microprocessor-based control system
Forced-Air, Convection Oven
Heavy-duty, ideally suited for soil and asphalt testing applications
Large Capacity Bench Ovens
Handle a wide variety of applications and feature an analog thermocouple-actuated, temperature controller
Lrg. Cpty. Bench Ovens, Digital Cntrl.
Feature a a Digital, Microprocessor- based indicating, thermocouple-acutated temperature controller