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HB-500 Minidizer from UVP

ProductsHB-500 Minidizer from UVP
Company UVP
Item HB-500 Minidizer
Description HB-500 Minidizer is a personal desktop unit ideal for use in laboratories with low use and space requirements.
  • Rotation speed set at 12 rpm
  • Temperature control from ambient to 80o C
  • Bottle capacity of four 35 x 150mm bottles, eight 50 ml or 15 ml conical plastic bottles
  • Consistent, repeatable results achieved with microprocessor controls
  • Chamber interior is stainless steel fabrication with a 3/8 beta blocking acrylic cover
  • Cover swings down for easy access to the bottle carousel
  • Carousel pops out of chamber for easy insertion or removal of bottles
Dimensions: 9"H x 13"W x 8"D
UVP, Inc.
2066 W. 11th Street
Upland, CA 91786

Call UVP to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
USA Canada 1-866-290-5789
Customer Service:
US: (800)452-6788
UK / Europe: +44(0)1223-420022
Fax Number: (909)946-3597
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