Refrigerated Circulator optimizes electrophoresis separations.
November 21, 2013 -
Featuring -20 to +200°C working temperature, Model AD07R-20 combines intuitive touch-pad operation with automatic or user-adjustable fluid optimization and ±0.01°C temperature stability to maintain buffer solutions at optimum temperatures, even under varying electrophoresis voltages. Digital system features serial and USB connectivity, 3.75 in. LCD, variable speed pressure-suction pump, and rotating control head that provides clear view of display anywhere within 180° viewing radius.
Advanced Digital Refrigerated Circulator Maintains Electrophoresis Temperatures with ±0.01°C Stability
PolyScience - Div. Of Preston Industries, Inc.
6600 W. Touhy Ave. (Dept. EP)
Niles, IL, 60714 4588
Press release date: November 13, 2013
Niles, IL – A high-performance circulator that provides the precise cooling needed to enhance electrophoresis separations is available from PolyScience. Compact and easy-to-use, the Advanced Digital Refrigerating Circulator combines intuitive touch-pad operation with automatic or user-adjustable fluid optimization and ±0.01°C temperature stability to maintain buffer solutions at optimum temperatures even under varying electrophoresis voltages.
The Model AD07R-20 features a -20° to +200°C working temperature range, large 3.75” LCD display, and variable speed pressure-suction pump. This versatile circulator also incorporates a wide variety of lab- and operator-friendly features, including a rotating control head that provides a clear view of the temperature display anywhere within a 180° viewing radius, self-storing reservoir cover, and a molded composite top plate that dampens noise and remains cooler at high temperatures. Other standard features include remote temperature sensing capability as well as serial and USB connectivity. The AD07R-20 has a 7 liter reservoir; other models, with reservoir sizes as large as 45 liters, are also available.
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