A heating mantle is laboratory equipment used to heat the liquids in the flask using electricity. The first heating mantle was invented in 1972 by Michael Kort Rijk and Paul Leonard Johnson, two scientific researchers of England.
The heating mantle is also known as isomantle or heating jacket is designed for advanced laboratory usage. A Round-Bottom Flask is used with the heating mantle for experimentation.
DAN Logitech’s Digital Heating Mantle, widely known as the Black Diamond is made up of aluminum and stainless steel body with a smooth and fine metallic coating. The mantle material is made up of glass fiber yarn which provides uniform heating to flasks. It has a digital display with heat and stir functions that work on microprocessors. Black Diamond is easy to use and involves less maintenance with immense durability.
A round bottom flask is a spherical bottom shaped laboratory glassware used for chemical reactions, distillation, heating/boiling, and storage of culture media. These flasks are made up of chemical and heat resistant borosilicate glass. It has fire-polished beaded rims for easy pouring of liquids.