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Heated Oil Baths

In both industrial and laboratory settings, a heated oil bath is a prevalent tool for facilitating chemical reactions by introducing energy. Comprising a non-reactive metal container (often stainless steel) housing diverse oils (typically silicone oil), it's heated to around 300°C and regulated at a precise temperature. These baths may incorporate features like reciprocal or orbital shaking, magnetic stirring, as well as cooling or circulating pump systems. Certain variants even offer optional connections for external cooling and circulating systems.