Are You an Orbital or Reciprocal Shaker?

Posted: March 14, 2012

There are many factors to consider when purchasing a lab shaker: will it be used to mix chemicals? Are you going to grow cell cultures? Do you need temperature control? What about incubated or refrigerated? Lab shaker manufacturers are constantly looking for new ways to improve an already successful product and we are likely to see more thorough and efficient mixing products in the near future.

Check out this article from Thermo Fisher Scientific introducing their new orbital shaker range for sensitive culture applications. Click here to view.

LabWrench Product entry this week is focused on the Lab Shaker category with 39 new products added so far. See below for a list of shakers added to the site and click on the model number to view the instrument.

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Zoe Gillan
Product Research Coordinator
LabX Media Group
zgillan@labx.com

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Kylie Sauve

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Kylie is our Data Manager for LabWrench, working for LabX Media Group since September 2010. Her role involves making sure LabWrench stays maintained as well as keeping it up to date. Her role also includes researching lab equipment, maintaining social media, and assisting users in finding answers to their everyday lab related issues.