We offer an assortment of items that does not fall under the rest of the categories. This section contains items ranging from Capillary Electrophoresis, Microarray Scanners, to pH meters and Orbital Shakers. If there is an item you do not see that you are looking for, please send us a request and we will be sure to help.
Dimensions: 30"W x 30"H x 24"D
Disinfection Time: 14 hours total cycle, 140°C
CO2 Concentration Range: 0 to 20%
CO2 Sensor Technology: IR
Humidity Delivery: external reservoir
Relative Humidity: Ambient to 95%, controlled
Temperature Range: 5° to 50°C
Capacity: 11.4 cu.ft., 322.8L
Height Interior: 32.8 in.
Depth Interior: 20.6 in.
Width Interior: 28.8 in.
Net Weight: 410 lb.
Shelves: 5/22 [Supplied/Max.]
Cabinet Material: 18-gauge, cold-rolled steel
CO2 Concentration Control: ±0.1% at 5%
Ports: Chamber thru-wall access port with filter
Shelf Material: Perforated stainless steel
Dimensions (D x W x H) Interior: 20.6 x 28.8 x 32.8 in.
The unit is designed to pass liquid, at a controlled temperature, through jacketed equipment or small open or closed vessels. Proportional control of heater power ensures good short-term temperature stability. Zero-voltage switching prevents interference at radio frequencies. Protection against overheating and loss of water reduce the risk of accidental damage to the unit. The centrifugal pump maintains sufficient pressure to circulate water in the external system whether it is a 12mm bore or smaller.
The Decloaking Chamber is a programmable benchtop pressure cooker intended for laboratory use. It is programmed to allow the precise pressurized heating necessary for antigen retrieval and also has the capability to perform at a variety of temperatures ranging from 37 °C to 125 °C. The Decloaking Chamber is an excellent tool for heat-induced epitope-retrieval (HIER) methods. The proper use of heat and pressure in conjunction with the appropriate buffer solutions is of the utmost importance for consistent immunohistochemistry (IHC) staining. The Decloaking Chamber is designed to optimize and standardize antibody staining procedures and has been engineered to pass strict laboratory safety requirements. Temperature, pressure and pH can be monitored and recorded with the Decloaking Chamber to produce consistent staining, which will reduce repeat testing and false negatives.
Specifically designed to minimize operator fatigue, the Portable Pipet-Aid XP is smaller and lightweight. It accepts most pipettes from 1 to 100 mL.
Each pipette filler and pipet dispenser button has three speeds, (F) Fast, (M) Medium, (S) Slow. The medium speed is suitable for most routine techniques. Fast speed can deliver up to 50 mL in 5 seconds and can be used for rapid filling of large pipets or breaking up cell clumps. Slow speed is ideal when using small pipettes or when more precise delivery is required. A gravity drain model is available which substitutes a gravity drain (G) function for the fast (F) mode on the dispense button.
The XP is powered by a 9 volt (Ni-MH) rechargeable battery.
A Tissue Culture Nosepiece, which features a unique filter element, will cease to allow air to pass in either direction if it becomes wet, alerting the user to possible contamination of the rubber insert.