Vacuum Concentrators

Vacuum Insulated Concentrator Tube has 20 mL maximum volume.
Vacuum Concentrators

Vacuum Insulated Concentrator Tube has 20 mL maximum volume.

Measuring 119 mm high, vacuum insulated concentrator tube features 0.2–20 mL end point volume and graduated insulated tip. Unit includes 19/22 ground glass joint, allowing use with any standard 250 ml, 500 ml, or 1 L Kuderna-Danish flask. When used in S-EVAP and ROT-X-TRACT systems, concentrator tubes are arranged in rotary set in water bath that allows access to all samples from front of...

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Laboratory Evaporator/Concentrator eliminates bumping.
Vacuum Concentrators

Laboratory Evaporator/Concentrator eliminates bumping.

Using SBT Self Blowdown Technology, Centrifan™ PE Evaporator/Concentrator eliminates problems of bumping. Samples are dried in 20 mL scintillation or other common vials and there is no need for vacuum pump or large supply of blow-down gas. This protects samples from loss and captures toxic vapors and materials in closed system. Typical applications include organic compound evaporation, toxic...

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DNA Sample Concentrator uses centrifugal force and vacuum.
Vacuum Concentrators

DNA Sample Concentrator uses centrifugal force and vacuum.

With built-in, removable diaphragm pump, CentriVap® DNA Centrifugal Concentrator processes DNA samples and other minute quantities of solvents. Up to 60, 1.5 mL and 72, 0.5 mL micro centrifuge tubes may be processed simultaneously. There are 9 user-set programs accessible via buttons, and Quick-Start(TM) One Button Start Up function starts rotor, heater, timers, and vacuum pump. Along with...

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Vacuum Concentrator uses IR heat to speed evaporation process.
Vacuum Concentrators

Vacuum Concentrator uses IR heat to speed evaporation process.

Featuring personal-sized, portable design, CentriVap micro IR has Teflon®-coated aluminum rotor that holds 24 1.5-mL microcentrifuge tubes and transparent infrared glass lid that directs heat over samples to speed evaporation and minimize cross-contamination from condensation. Heater, rated at 300 W, functions in IR, IR and Heat, or Heat Only with temperatures from 95-140°F in 0.1° increments....

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Designing and Specifying the Right Loudspeaker System for Emergency Mass Notification in Public Venues
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Designing and Specifying the Right Loudspeaker System for Emergency Mass Notification in Public Venues

For every industry, there is nothing more crucial than having effective strategies for dealing with emergency situations. These are events you never hope for, but want the assurance of having the right solutions implemented when time is of the essence. Loudspeaker system optimization is essential when ensuring that communication is not lost when it is most needed. In this guide, you will learn about what key points to keep in mind when designing a loudspeaker system for your campus. This includes performing an on-site sound survey, selecting the right equipment for your applications, complementing your system with the right technology solutions, creating pre-assigned messages for different emergency situations, and having system accessibility no matter the circumstances. Download this guide for additional information on these public safety measures.

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How SpinSelect Can Save You Time and Money
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How SpinSelect Can Save You Time and Money

Thanks to the unique SpinSelect Multi-Pocket selectable quick change tool holder, its time to rethink the range, complexity and volume of parts that your lathe can produce. Our Spin-Select tool was created to increase productivity and consistency by decreasing downtime associated with lathe cutting tool and insert setups or changeovers. This product is a game-changer for the industry and were pleased to show you why.

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