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Vortex mixer (shaker) with fixed speed of 3,200rpm for rapid vortexing of samples
Operated by touch
Comes with a removable cup head for a single tube
Metal housing and shock-absorbing feet provide a stable platform to help prevent walking
Suitable for use in cold rooms and incubators
The Scientific Industries SI-0136 Vortex-Genie 1 is a touch-operated vortex mixer (shaker) with a fixed speed of 3,200rpm for rapid vortexing of samples. This mixer comes with a removable cup head for a single tube up to 40mm in diameter and 200mm in length. It can be fitted with a 3-inch platform (sold separately) suitable for mixing a beaker, a flask, or multiple tubes. The mixer's metal housing and shock-absorbing feet provide a stable platform to help prevent walking. It can be used in cold rooms and incubators, is Electrical Testing Labs (ETL) listed, and has European Conformity (CE) marking. Vortex shakers are commonly used in laboratories to mix liquids.
"td"Cup head for a single tube; 3-inch platform (sold separately) for a beaker, a flask, or multiple tubes
"td"165 x 122 x 165mm/6.5 x 4.8 x 6.5 inches (H x W x D)
"td"4kg (8.8 lb.)
"br""p"H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
"p" Vortex shakers mix small amounts of liquid in laboratory containers for biochemical, microbiological, and other applications. A vortex shaker can be analog or digital and is commonly an automated, electrically powered, benchtop unit with a base that holds a rubber cup or a platform that spins off center. The user places a test tube, beaker, or other small vessel of liquid onto the spinning cup or platform, creating a vortex to mix the liquid. Some models can hold multiple containers, often by an accessory attached to the base. Additional features may include fixed or variable speeds, touch or hands-free operation, and various voltages.
"p"Scientific Industries manufactures laboratory equipment such as shakers and mixers, homogenizers, and incubators under the Vortex-Genie and Genie brands. The company, founded in 1954, is headquartered in Bohemia, NY.
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