Digital oil bath is an appliance that accurately heats and maintains oil's temperature using electronic controls, usually for laboratory applications. It typically comprises of a heating element, a digital controller, and an oil-filled metal chamber. Within a relatively small range, the controller enables the user to select and maintain the desired oil temperature. To heat reaction mixtures or to keep a steady temperature during an experiment, digital oil bath is frequently utilised. It is a dual-purpose laboratory heating device made for maintaining a steady, temperature-controlled outside environment.