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Unleash your humble hotplate – it can do so much more than you think
Do you know how versatile your hotplate can be? Are you making the most of it?

In this webinar we will show you a range of tools to make the most of your hotplate. From 0.5 ml to 2.5 L working volumes, from one sample at a time to 45 on a single hotplate, whether you are heating or cooling, we have a variety of options. We will talk you through the basic features of the following hotplate add-ons and explain where they could fit in your workflow:

- Heat-On blocks: oil-free aluminium heating blocks for 10 ml to 5 L flasks
- Cool-it bowls: insulated and practically indestructible cardice bowls
- StarFish Work Station: Multi-position workstation – great for anyone using soxhlets for extraction who needs more capacity
- GreenHouse Parallel Synthesiser: heat, reflux and stir up to 24 samples from 0.5 to 7 ml, under an inert atmosphere
- Carousel 12: heat (or cool), reflux and stir up to 12 tubes from 1 to 20 ml, under an inert atmosphere
- Carousel 6: heat (or cool), reflux and stir up to 6 round bottom flasks from 5 to 250 ml, under an inert atmosphere

Increase your productivity, save space and enhance safety in your lab.

Key Learning Objectives
1. Range of tools for your hotplate
2. What do I need? - Choose based on working volume and number of positions required
3. Options for a range of budgets

Who Should Attend?
1. Anyone heating, stirring or cooling reactions up to 5 L flasks
2. Medicinal / research chemists
3. Lab managers
4. Lab technicians

Nov 5, 2020 08:30 AM in London

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Louisa Quegan
Product Manager @Radleys
Since graduating with an MChem from the University of Surrey, Louisa has spent the majority of her working life in the chemical sciences, from scale-up R&D to contract crystallisation to structural databases.
Keren Abecassis
Product Manager @Radleys
PhD organic chemist with several years’ experience in the lab, including using Radleys’ Carousels. Product specialist for the parallel chemistry range at Radleys.