Heating Block VARIO C2 M

NANOCOLOR Vario C2 M Heating Block

vario C2 M heating block for metal tests


One digestion for all Metal tests...

The NANOCOLOR® VARIO C2 M is purpose-built for Metal tests enabling double-determination of 4 Metal tests and Total Chromium at the same time.

USB connectivity and optional automatic temperature calibration via the Macherey Nagel  T-Set.

The C2 M is capable of heating 2 x 22ml test tubes and 8 x 16ml test tubes simultaneously.

Technical data

Type: Programmable heating blocks for chemical-analytical digestions for test tubes with both 22 mm and 16 mm OD (outer diameter) / integrated protective lids
Display: Colored, backlit LCD touch screen
Operation: Display menu guidance via touch screen
Temperatures: 5 pre-programmed temperatures: 70 / 100 / 120 / 148 / 160 °C
7 free memory locations for individual temperature settings
Temperature range: 40 – 160 °C (1 °C increments)
Temperature stability: ± 1 °C (according to DIN, EN, ISO and EPA methods)
Warm-up time: from 20 °C to 160 °C within 10 minutes
Heating times: 4 pre-programmed heating times: 30 min / 60 min / 120 min / cont.
8 free memory locations for individual heating times
Time range: 0h:01min – 9h:59min (increments 0h:01min)
Safety: Replaceable safety covers as contact protection
Lockable protective lids
Overheating protection
Interfaces: Bidirectional serial RS 232, USB A (master) and USB B (slave)
Analytical quality control: With NANOCOLOR® T-Set (REF 919 917) or
NANOCOLOR® USB T-Set (REF 919 921)
optional fully automatic calibration and preparation of test certificates for instrument control and monitoring according to ISO 9001)
Update: Via internet and USB stick
Power supply: 110 – 230 V~, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption: 125/250 VA
Dimensions (B x T x H): 169 x 282 x 146 mm
Weight: approx. 2.0 kg
Marking: CE
Warranty: 2 years
These instruments conform to the following directives: - 2006/95/EG - Low-Voltage Directive - 2004/108/EG - EMV Directive

See the full range of Macherey Nagel VARIO heating blocks on our heating blocks page.