Series Overview Per a Stanford study an effective way to decontaminate face masks is with heat. Darwin Chambers provides a chamber that fits this criteria. Download Specification

SKU# HT015

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Series Overview

Per a recent Stanford University study conducted in 2020, it was shown that an effective way to decontaminate face masks (such as N95 face masks) is by using heat. The HTO15 chamber fills this role and can be used as a coronavirus (COVID19) inactivation oven if desired. Depending on your needs, we offer different ovens that can hold and decontaminate as many as 190 N95 face masks at one time. Don't hesitate to reach out to Darwin Chambers today to learn more about decontamination chambers.


One solid swing door chamber designed for maximum capacity
while still allowing passage through most commercial doorways.

Additional information


Unit comes standard with a temperature set-point of 40° C to 85° C.

Control System

Fuji Fuzzy logic PID controller with process and set value dual display located on bottom drawer. Simple repair or replace. High and low deviation audible alarms with hold feature, delay in minutes. Alarms can be set in 0.1 increments


1 year parts and labor


•Aluminum interior and exterior, lightweight construction
•Plastic polycarbonate view window, alleviating glass breakage concerns
•180º full swing door with full length gasket and magnet door latch
•Door has stainless steel hinge that is readily reversible in field
•Contains 18 (18" x 26") perforated aluminum pans