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Eppendorf ThermoStat Plus, without block from Eppendorf North America

ProductsEppendorf ThermoStat Plus, without block from Eppendorf North America
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Item Eppendorf ThermoStat Plus, without block
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Description ThermoStat Plus accurately and conveniently controls the temperature at your lab bench. This compact benchtop thermostat maintains different temperature levels up to 99 C*, with the "plus" being a cooling feature for temperatures as low as 5 C. The thermoblocks for 0.2 ml**, 0.5 ml, 1.0 ml, 2.0 ml tubes, and microplates enable a high degree of flexibility for a multitude of applications. An additional thermoblock for the ThermoStat plus is available in the form of the Eppendorf CombiBox, a universal temperature-control chamber for vials and beakers with heights of up to 60 mm. Both temperature and time are programmable with a choice of up to four temperature levels and four time phases in succession for common applications. *Microplate thermoblock has upper limit of 70 C. **Requires Adapter Plate for 96 x 0.2 ml PCR tubes, inserts into Microplate Thermoblock.
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One Cantiague Rd.
PO Box 1019
Westbury, NY 11590-0207

Customer Service: 800-645-3050
Fax Number: 516-334-7506
Web Site: http://www.eppendorfna.com
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