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80C Tabletop Incubator Shaker, 90-125V, 50/60 Hz or 180-250V, 50/60 Hz from Thermo Scientific

Products80C Tabletop Incubator Shaker, 90-125V, 50/60 Hz or 180-250V, 50/60 Hz from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item 80C Tabletop Incubator Shaker, 90-125V, 50/60 Hz or 180-250V, 50/60 Hz
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Description Forma Incubated Orbital Shakers combine high durability and capacity with unequalled temperature performance and ease of use. The patented triple-counterbalanced heavy-duty mechanism prevents vibration, allowing the unit to run at high speed with heavy, out-of-balance loads. The unit's class-leading temperature range is delivered with tight uniformity by twin blowers and an insulated cabinet. In addition, the unit's microprocessor controller displays all run and setpoints on a 20 character backlit display. Alphanumeric status messages constantly keep you informed of cycle status, and menu-driven programming makes all parameters quick and easy to access.
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