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Nanoject II, 220 VOLT from Drummond Scientific Company

Description:... tips, standard softening point 780C Can be mounted on most micromanipulators (Note: May require Universal Adapter 3-000-024-A) Separate foot Switch available to allow hands-free operation Selectable Operating Speeds ...
Company:Drummond Scientific Company

Tubing Prep Station, 100-120 V from Bio-Rad

Description:... target cells by helium discharge with the Helios gene gun. The station includes a tubing support cylinder, power cord, O-rings, tubing prep unit, 12 foot Nalgene nitrogen regulator hose, two 0.1875 inch barb-to-male Luer-Lok fittings, nitrogen flowmeter fitting, 2.125 inch barb-to-male Luer-Lok ...
Company:Bio-Rad

DNA120 OP SpeedVac System from Thermo Scientific

Description:... Corrosion-resistant TEFLON chamber Integrated Oil-free, Maintenance-free Vacuum Pump Compact footprint occupies only one foot (~30cm) of bench space ...
Company:Thermo Scientific

DNA120 DNA Speedvac System from Thermo Scientific

Description:... Low) Corrosion-resistant TEFLON chamber Integrated Oil-free, Maintenance-free Vacuum Pump Compact footprint occupies only one foot (~30cm) of bench space ...
Company:Thermo Scientific

Console Incubator Shaker, 108-125V, 50/60 Hz from Thermo Scientific

Description:... HEPA filtration system reduces contamination. The heavy stainless steel interior has coved corners and a chamber drain for ease of cleaning. A foot pedal operated lid and key lock are standard. In addition, the unit's microprocessor controller displays run and set points on a 20 character backlit ...
Company:Thermo Scientific

Carrier 3 50 ml tissue culture tubes, aluminium, for HS-4 rotor from Thermo Scientific

Description:... HEPA filtration system reduces contamination. The heavy stainless steel interior has coved corners and a chamber drain for ease of cleaning. A foot pedal operated lid and key lock are standard. In addition, the unit's microprocessor controller displays run and set points on a 20 character backlit ...
Company:Thermo Scientific

DASGIP BioBlock from DASGIP AG

Description:... elements, activated by solenoid valves. The broad speed spans from 40 rpm to 1250 rpm for all cell culture and microbial applications. With its small foot print of only 15” x 18” x 5” (385 x 455 x 120 mm) it requires less space than comparable products such as an incubator. Customer's ...
Company:DASGIP AG
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