What the heck is a heat conductometer? Well, a heat conductometer is used for comparing the thermal conductivity of five metals: aluminum, brass, steel, nickel, and copper. The 5 spokes radiate from a brass hub. Each rod is marked on the rods. There are notches in each rod to hold the wax, which is an essential tool for testing the thermal conductivity. Each unit comes with a supply of wax and an instruction manual.
Ever wonder how to survive in the wilderness? These cards can help!
This mirascope creates a 3D hologram image!
Get swept away by this fantastic robot kit that uses vibrations to move!
Buy Newton's Cradle or balance balls here! This classic science desk toy that will keep you amused and teach you physics.
This classic desk toy will keep you amused!
Explore the wonders of wind power with this amazing kit!
At xUmp.com you will find a large selection of scientific products carefully curated by real scientists and educators. We sell everything from educational toys, teacher supplies for science classroom, lab equipment, science toys, science fair supplies, classroom equipment, chemistry glassware, chemistry lab equipment, physics demos, electronics supplies, robots, science kits to geeky science gifts.