The IKA 125L universal oven can be used for tempering, drying, ageing and heating tasks up to 250°C.
The EuroClone S@feGrow Pro is a high-performance, high-quality CO2 incubator that is equipped with an 'on demand' decontamination cycle.
Designing a spray drying process for heat-sensitive products has always been a big challenge.
ANSTO and Swedish company Quintus Technologies have formed a new technology partnership that will play a crucial role in treating waste arising from nuclear medicine production.
Torrey Pines Scientific announces two large models of EchoTherm vibration-free benchtop chilling incubators, suitable for protein crystallography. The incubators have a 100 L capacity and can hold 66 assay plates without stacking.
Torrey Pines Scientific announces its EchoTherm Model IC50 — a Peltier-driven chilling/heating dry bath with exact sample temperature control.
Knowing exactly when to replace gaskets is almost impossible, since the timing varies depending on the application. Without preventive maintenance, users risk unplanned downtime that can be costly.
The DrySyn SnowStorm ONE from Asynt is designed to provide temperature control of exothermic reactions.
Denator has developed an additive-free heat stabilisation technology that permanently preserves the quality of biological samples. Biomarkers, peptides and post-translational modifications such as phosphorylated and acetylated proteins are preserved as close to their in vivo state as possible throughout the entire workflow.
JULABO's PRESTO models W50 and W50t provide a high dynamic temperature control system that can handle temperature ranges of -50 to +250°C.
GFL's Tissue Float Bath has been designed to stretch and dry cut tissue samples embedded in wax, used every day in histological, chemical, clinical and bacteriological laboratories.
The DrySyn Snowstorm MULTI from Asynt provides a simple and highly effective way to perform multiple reactions in parallel across a large temperature range, including sub-ambient chemistries such as organometallic syntheses and controlled rate crystallisation studies down to -60°C.
Stuart has expanded its range of Undergrad hotplate stirrers with two digital models. In order to deliver high levels of control and accuracy, the models include an LED display with an exact, continuous readout of the surface temperature.
When it comes to finding new sources of energy, the Australian Plasma Fusion Research Facility (APFRF) is looking onwards and upwards - quite literally, in fact.
The DrySyn range of heating blocks from Asynt allows even heating of round-bottom flasks, simply by adding a heating block to existing flat-plated hotplates. The range is a flexible, modular system giving the user control over temperature and the ability to use one hotplate for multiple reactions.