Laboratory Ovens from Despatch - ITW EAE

Class A Benchtop Oven -- LFC1-38

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The LFC Class A bench-top oven is specially designed to meet NFPA 86 requirements for applications that include flammable solvents or large amounts of moisture removal. They include a pressure relief panel, purge timer and exhaust fan. The LFC uses horizontal recirculating airflow to ensure uniform temperatures throughout the oven. A high-volume fan circulates air through perforated, stainless steel walls to create a constant horizontal airflow across all sections of the oven. The result is proven reliability in demanding production and laboratory applications such as curing, drying, sterilizing, aging and other process-critical procedures. Advanced control. Protocol 3™ is a microprocessor-based temperature and hi-limit controller with large LCD display and real time clock for auto start capability. The LCD display shows temperature readings along with clear, detailed information on oven status. Data-logging functionality enables reporting and analyzing and data files can be exported via the controller’s USB port. Modbus RS485 communications are included for easy data access. Easy to clean and service. Cleaning is easy due to the scratchresistant, baked enamel exterior, 304 stainless steel interior, and smooth door surface. Servicing is easy due to convenient top access to the heater and fan. Superior quality. The Despatch LFC features sturdy, welded, double-wall construction, three inches (7.6cm) of glass fiber insulation and heavy-duty gaskets. Each oven receives a thorough quality and performance test before it is shipped. Heating elements carry a five-year warranty. All models haveUL/C-UL listed 508A control panels.


Product Category
Laboratory Ovens
Temperature Range
104 to 500 F (40 to 260 C)
3.8 cubic feet (108 liters)
Bench / Cabinet
Shelves, Racks or Carts; Data Logger or Recorder
Heat Source
Electric / Resistance
Controller Type
Flow / Circulation Pattern