The Calorimeter is used for heating liquids (usually water) to determine the electrical equivalent of heat required to raise the temperature of a given weight of water a given number of degrees. The unit consists of an insulated top plate, two 4mm diameter socket head terminals, a small heating element of approx. 2 ohm resistance and a plastic stirrer which is captive on the heater support pins. An insulating cup is available.
Made in Australia by IEC. Instructions included.