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How is the rate of heating adjusted when using a sand bath as a heat source?

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  1. It depends upon what you are using for the source of heat. If you are using an electrical system, such as a heating mantle, then its done with a rheostat. Using an open flame you would decrease the flame, etc. These are guesses since you don't specify a heating source.

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