If you need something to be both in a vacuum and heated, you could launch it into the infinite void of space in the general direction of the sun, or you could put it in a vacuum oven. We think one of these two solutions is clearly far more practical.
Should you choose the less practical solution, however, we recommend recording it and posting it on YouTube because that would be crazy.
Multiple safety features, PID controller, over-temperature safety circuit, 1.1 cu ft, up to 200°C
$ 6,277 USD
$ 5,587 USD
Built to perform degassing / purging of light hydrocarbon solvents, 0.9-3.2 cu ft, up to 200°C
$ 2,000 USD
Radiant heating system optimizes chamber space, 0.6-1.7 cu ft, up to 210°C
$ 2,374 USD
$ 2,126 USD
Achieve Impressive Vacuum Levels, 0.6-4.5 cu ft, up to 220°C
$ 5,327 USD
$ 4,383 USD