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April 1, 2013


 Product News and Resources

Top 5 Questions You Should Ask When Buying a Biological Safety Cabinet
Biological safety cabinets (BSCs) are enclosures that protect users and the environment from biohazards by removing particulates and aerosolized pathogens from the work area through HEPA filtration, then recirculate or exhaust the purified air, hence, cleansing the workspace air. Learn more

Product Focus: HPLC Columns
Liquid chromatographers have a wealth of choices when it comes to columns and systems: HILIC, chiral, mixed mode, supercritical fluid (SCF), normal phase, ion exchange. But the pharmaceutical industry’s influence on LC products is such that reverse-phase (predominantly C18 and C8) remains the most popular chromatography mode “by a large margin,” says Denis Boudriau, product specialist at SiliCycle (Quebec, Canada). Learn more

Lab Washers: To Centralize or Not To Centralize?
Whether to employ central washing stations or point-of-use washers located under a lab bench or in a corner is also something that has to be addressed with regards to laboratory glassware washers. The former provide an economy of scale and are popular with lab workers who, almost universally, hate to “wash the dishes.” Learn more

 Featured Product

Configure Eclipse™ Steel Casework Online

The Eclipse™ series of casework provide the building blocks to easily and systematically furnish any modern lab. Now configure your casework online and obtain your quote via email. The Eclipse Online Configurator features drag & drop simplicity. Choose for dozens of drawer and cabinet configurations in both counter- or desk-height models. Fast and easy. Eclipse™ series brings versatility, ease of future expansion and reconfiguration, storage, mobility, strength and stability, with full accessibility to mechanical, plumbing and electrical components.

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BVC Fluid Aspiration Systems for Cell Culture

The NEW BVC family of fluid aspiration systems deliver compact and quiet solutions for cell culture work. They provide the flexibility to accommodate your decontamination protocol whether you autoclave or disinfect in the bottle.

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 Featured Question and Discussions

Plenty of discussions are happening on LabWrench all the time. We have many questions come in daily from users that are seeking advice from fellow users and lab professionals. Can you help any of these users find the answers they are looking for?

Thermo low temp incubator 815
Our's is making a loud whinning sound on the back of the unit internally. Does anyone know what that is? Provide an answer

Transformer is not working
Transformer is not working, may i give supply (230v) directly? Please give me connection details of PCB to Supply. View this discussion

We have a Heareus Megafuge 1.0, that does not work. The NTC R15 burned completely. I am not able to read the reference on the NTC. Can anyone help me? Provide an answer

Shifting of AMU
I have an instrument which will shift the value of the fragmentation of a compound by 2 AMU. I can retune an it will work properly for a short period of time then go back to the shift. Has anyone seen this before and what was the problem? View this discussion

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 Featured News

Shimadzu’s New Nexera X2 Achieves World-Leading Sensitivity and Superior Separation Across Entire HPLC/UHPLC Range
Shimadzu Corporation introduces the new Nexera X2 System, the ultimate in ultra high-performance liquid chromatography. Built upon the strength of the Nexera UHPLC, the revolutionary Nexera X2 delivers superior, real-world performance across a wider application range while delivering unparalleled flexibility and reliability in HPLC/UHPLC analyses.Image removed by sender. Read more

Vacuum Aspiration of Liquids in Biosafety Level 1, 2 & 3 Laboratories
The essential elements of the four biosafety levels for activities involving infectious microorganisms and laboratory animals have been laid down by the US Center for Disease Control (CDC)*. The levels are designated in ascending order, by degree of protection provided to personnel, the environment, and the community**. Read more

Speakman Company Introduces a Revolutionary Product for Laboratory Safety
Our newest eyewash faucet combination model, the Speakman SEF-1850, is a revolutionary product that combines a fully functional faucet with an independently operated eyewash. Two separate water supplies built within the unit ensure that cold to tepid water will constantly bring immediate relief to the victim, regardless if hot water is running from the faucet simultaneously. Read more

New DV2T Viscometer Features Touch Screen Technology and Much More!
Brookfield Engineering Laboratories has taken the ease of touch-screen technology and applied it to the DV-II Series, their best-selling viscometer. By merging the DV-II and touch screen technology into the New DV2T, Brookfield has created the most advanced user experience in viscosity testing and measurement. Read more

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