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MTI MiniFuge

Description: MTI Minifuge has an on/off switch which allows user to stop rotor before opening lid - for improved safety. New hinge, with stainless steel pin is virtually indestructible. Lid release is easy to work yet durable. Spins 6 microcentrifuge tubes at low to medium speed (up to 2000 x g). 6000rpm/2000 x...
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Labnet minifuge

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Minifuge - Stripfuge

Minifuge - Stripfuge. Orbis Compact and Orbis Plus Microplate and Tube Shakers. Orbital Shaker ... Minifuge is perfect for applications that need no more than ...

Rotator

Minifuge - Stripfuge. Orbis Compact and Orbis Plus Microplate and Tube Shakers. Orbital Shaker ... Variable speed from 10-75 RPM ...

Quick Spin Minifuges from Labnet International

The original Quick Spin Minifuge is available with two different rotor configurations. ... Minifuge Instruction Manual (C-1201) Minifuge Instruction Manual (C-1202) ...

DOTmed.com - New and Used Medical Equipment For Sale and Wanted

DOTmed.com is a medical and hospital equipment classified advertising site for ... UNITED LAB PLASTICS Minifuge Centrifuge For Sale. Centrifuge. ...

Labware Spin Columns

Labware Spin ColumnsLabware Spin Columns ... Can be centrifuged in almost any minifuge. Autoclavable at 120°C (with filters at 110°C) ...
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