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DNA120 DNA Speedvac System from Thermo Scientific

ProductsDNA120 DNA Speedvac System from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item DNA120 DNA Speedvac System
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Description The DNA120 is a dedicated concentrator for efficient drying of small volumes of methanol/ethanol precipitates of DNA/RNA. The integrated system combines the SpeedVac™ Concentrator and chemically resistant vacuum pump. The compact design, automatic pump and rotor control, and dual timers (one for run time; one for heater time), makes the DNA120 indispensable in the laboratory.
  • Complete Concentration/Drying System for DNA and RNA precipitates
  • Dual Digital Timers for independent control of RUN and HEAT times
  • 3 Temperature Settings (High, Medium, Low)
  • Corrosion-resistant TEFLON chamber
  • Integrated Oil-free, Maintenance-free Vacuum Pump
  • Compact footprint occupies only one foot (~30cm) of bench space
Info Thermo ScientificThermo Scientific
450 Fortune Blvd.
Milford, MA 01757
Customer Service: North America: 1-877-THERMO-U
Fax Number: 508-520-2229
Web Site: http://www.thermo.com
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