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ProductsStackable Refrigerated Shaker, 230V, 50 Hz from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item Stackable Refrigerated Shaker, 230V, 50 Hz
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Description Forma Stacking Orbital Shakers have the durability to run at top speed stacked 3-high, and the uniformity and contamination control for sensitive "soft shake" applications. Heavily built with proven components and systems, our stackers are designed for ease of use and long life.
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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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