Products

Dry Block Heater

20 August, 2001 | Lomb Scientific (Aust) Pty Ltd

The BH-1/DIG Clifton Dry Block Heater has a user adjustable independent time and temperature controller and set values are retained even after power off. The unit features digital temperature display in 1°C resolution and a variable timer from 0 to 9999 minutes which activates automatically once setpoint temperature is reached. An audible buzzer indicates when the timed run has elapsed. The heater incorporates an over temperature safety device.

Thermoreactor Range

20 August, 2001 | Merck Pty Ltd

Merck has a range of sample preparation instruments for the digestion of water and wastewater samples prior to photometric analysis. It is often necessary to digest a sample to determine the concentration of a specific analyte that is in a complex, bound or colloidal form. This can be done with the addition of a digestion reagent and heating in a block heater (thermoreactor).

Analytical Data Management

20 August, 2001 | Thermo Electron Corporation

eRecordManager is a software system for analytical data management, reporting and archival.

CGA351 oxygen analyser

20 August, 2001 | GE Panametrics Pty Ltd

Panametrics' CGA351 zirconium-oxide based oxygen analyser uses an advanced zirconium oxide sensor in combination with a new manifold assembly to ensure leak-free integrity and accurate measurement of oxygen content from percent levels to less than 0.1 ppm.

Ambient Temperature Monitoring

20 August, 2001 | Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd

The HI 148-00 and HI 150-00 ambient temperature monitors cover a temperature range of -20.0 to 60.0°C and have a ±0.5°C accuracy. This meets the requirements for the ANZFA proposed standard 3.2.2.

Fluorescence and Luminescence Plate Reader

20 August, 2001 | GE Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd

The Tecan FARCyte is an advanced fluorescence and luminescence plate reader for all microplate formats and is optimised to perform in combination with the Gold CyDye red-shifted fluor range.

CO2 Incubator

17 July, 2001 | Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

The Sanyo MCO-20AIC CO2 incubator comes standard with a copper alloy chamber (incu safe). This alloy combined with a constant UV decontamination system eliminates the need to remove samples from the chamber during the sterilisation cycle.

Carbohydrate Membrane Desalter

17 July, 2001 | Ai Scientific Pty Ltd

The Dionex CMD-I Carbohydrate Membrane Desalter is a cation-exchange membrane device that removes sodium ions from the eluent stream after oligosaccharide detection.

Microplate

17 July, 2001 | VWR International Pty Ltd

Whatman has developed the UniPlate 400, a versatile addition to its range of specialist collection plates. It offers a high density 384 deep well format for high volume sample storage combined with heat stability and strength.

Automatic Focusing

17 July, 2001 | Carl Zeiss Pty Ltd

Documentation of microscopic examinations in life science, materials analysis and quality inspection must be reliable and objective. The Axiovision module Autofocus is useful when working with digital cameras, as it automatically focuses on the specimen and leads to razor sharp images every time.

Microarray Labelling and Detection Kits

17 July, 2001 | PerkinElmer Pty Ltd

The NEN TSA Microarray Labelling and Detection Kits allow researchers to use as little as 0.5-1.0 µg total RNA starting sample. This is a 100- to 200-fold decrease compared to conventional cDNA labelling protocols, and allows differential gene expression analysis on minute samples such as tissue biopsies. Part of a growing family of Micromax Microarray products, the NEN TSA Labelling and Detection Kits for glass cDNA microarrays are fully QC-tested packages, providing key reagents needed for differential gene expression analysis.

Cryogenic NMR Probes

26 June, 2001 | Varian Australia Pty Ltd

Varian has cryogenic nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) probes for a range of demanding genomics, proteomics and drug discovery and development applications. The probes, cooled using liquid helium, claim a three- to four-fold increase in sensitivity compared to conventional NMR probes. As a result, current experiments can be performed 10-15 times faster, and the scope of compounds that can be analysed is expanded - particularly for those that are available only in minute quantities.

Monolithic Polymers

26 June, 2001 | Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

BIA Separations pioneers in monolith separation technologies and manufactures a range of chromatographic and bioconversion supports called Convective Interactive Media.

Digital Microscopy

26 June, 2001 | Carl Zeiss Pty Ltd

Axioplan 2 imaging MOT is claimed to offer the research and routine microscopist a number of new features. This specifically applies to examinations which are mainly performed using fluorescence techniques, eg, the examination of chromosomes and living cells in genetics and cell biology. The microscope's benefits include its high-speed shutter, the motorised double TV tube, improved operation, and optimised motor control.

Precision Balance

26 June, 2001 | VWR International Pty Ltd

The Ohaus Adventurer is a versatile, affordable, high-precision balance that offers laboratory users an economical way to perform a variety of functions.

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