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miVacDNA Concentrator from GeneVac, Inc.

ProductsmiVacDNA Concentrator from GeneVac, Inc.
Company GeneVac, Inc.
Item miVacDNA Concentrator
Price 
Description The miVac DNA is an ideal small concentrator for the molecular biology laboratory.

A centrifugal concentrator capable of removing water and organic solvents from a variety of sample formats including tubes, microplates, vials and round bottom flasks. Making it an ideal "work-horse" concentrator for the busy lab.

The built-in special runs for working with water and water mixtures improve performance and optimise concentration time and make the miVac DNA ideal for applications requiring concentration of solvent from precious samples in: small scale oligo-synthesis, RNA/DNA prep., peptide prep., sequencing, molecular biology, and general academic/life science research.

Capacity:
The miVac DNA comes with the following fixed angle rotor as Standard:
48 x 1.5ml Eppendorf tubes

Key Features:

  • Advanced technology controls heating providing protection for valuable samples.
  • Solid state electro-magnetic drive for quiet, maintenance free operation.
  • Very easy to use simple, clear user interface.
  • Low cost of ownership.
  • Well built and quiet operation.
  • Manufactured in the UK under ISO 9001 standard.
Info GeneVac, Inc.GeneVac, Inc.
707 Executive Boulevard, Suite D
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Customer Service: 845-267-2211
Fax Number: 845-267-2212
Web Site: http://www.genevac.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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