I need to create a metal box with an adjustable temperature range for an experiment one of the researchers at work wants to run. It needs to hit at least 200 degrees. I planned on using strip heaters for the heat, but am having trouble figuring out how to control the temperature. Most of the strip heaters I have found online reach up to 900 degrees. The steel box I'm having our shop build for us can handle that and I'm sure at some point, one of the R&D guys here may want to reach that level some day, so I'd like advice on what to use that can cover a wide range.
the controllers at the Omega site looks like they'll work.
Old oven wont work. It's for an experiment at using one of our thermal sensor systems, so the box is being constructed at our shop. Steel box, 1/2" thick, 4'x2'x2'. Needed a way to heat it accurately, but looks like the Omega controllers will do the trick.