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August 26, 2013 Labwrench.com

 

   
 Product Resources

5 Signs that You Should Service or Replace Your Shaker

  1. Crowded lab space may mean needing to purchase a shaker that performs more than one function, such as a variety of different motions— orbital, reciprocal, nutating, etc.
  2. The type or types of shakers you currently have don’t meet your requirements. There are a variety of shakers to choose from, wet, dry, heated, unheated, fast, slow, large, small, and more.
  3. Your shaker does not have the level of control you need or cannot be customized for your particular applications.
  4. Mechanical components on the shaker are damaged, dirty, or worn out.
  5. The warranty is up on your current instrument or instruments and buying new is cheaper than the service costs.

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 Product of Interest

Metrohm Gas Analyzer: Fully Automated Water Determination in Permanent and Liquefied Gases

Key features of Metrohm’s new and easy-to-use KF Gas Analyzer are its integral evaporator for liquefied gases, an inlet filter to avoid particle introduction and an oil filter to remove oil residue. A mass flow controller provides precise gas flow measurement while magnetic valves ensure a fully automated measuring procedure.

Strict separation of gas-carrying system and electronic area eliminate the risk of gas explosion and ensure safe operation. 
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Top of the line Cyclone Lab Sample Mill

The UDY Cyclone Sample Mill is designed for rapid grinding of a wide variety of soft to medium-hard materials. It is extensively used prior to near-infrared reflectance (NIR) measurement or chemical analysis. Applications include small to medium volume milling of: pharmaceuticals, detergents, fertilizers, plastics, coal, wood chips, and friable materials.

UDY Cyclone Sample Mills use a patented method of grinding. High speed rotation of the impeller and air currents throw particles into, and rolls them around the grinding ring. Particles remain in the grinding chamber until impact-shattering and abrasion make them small enough to flow out the exit with the air current.
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 Help your Collegues

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 on LabWrench. Can you help any of these users find the answers they are looking for?

Varian 450-GC Non-Responsive
We have a varian 450-GC suffered a sudden interruptions electricity and since that time, the device does not respond to any thing, all operate alarms. Please help.  Help this member.

EPPENDORF 5410 not spinning
I have an Eppendorf centrifuge, model 5410. The timer works, but centrifuge will NOT spin?  Any tips as to what I should check? Help this member.

How to keep a unused Spectro SPECTROLAB equipment?
I have a Spectro SPECTROLAB equipment which would be temporary unused for a while.  How can I keep the equipment in good condition for someday to use?  Help this member.


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 Company News Hot off the Press

Smart, safe and affordable distillation: The new RV 8 rotary evaporator from IKA® - entry-level model with intelligent technology
With the RV 8, IKA introduces an affordable rotary evaporator backed by the proven technology of the successful IKA rotary evaporator range. This entry-level model is recommended for all standard evaporation applications This model comes... Read more.

Evaporation Chemistry at ACS
Genevac, an SP Scientific group company, has announced that it will display its latest products for productive evaporation at the 246th American Chemical Society meeting and exposition in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (8th – 12th September 2013). Read more.

Organomation Announces the New Automatic 20 Position N-EVAP Nitrogen Evaporator
Organomation unveils the company’s new Automatic 20 Position Nitrogen Evaporator. This latest addition to the company’s widely successful N-EVAP product line allows for automatic operation to save laboratory technicians time while reducing human error.  Sales Technician Anthony Sacino stated that “The 20 Position Automatic Nitrogen Evaporator was modeled after our most popular product line: the N-EVAP nitrogen evaporators. Read more.

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 Questions from the Vault

We have so many questions filling our forums that sometimes questions can be missed and go without answers. Can you help us provide answers for these users with unanswered questions?

Napco 8000-DSE has little to pressure when on with slow exhaust on.
Step by step according to manual and the temp is almost reached, but pressure lingers at 4-7.  All water is gone after about 25-35 min. What am I doing wrong. Please help! Help this member.

Varian PL-GPC 220 problem with the light scattering detector
I am facing a problem with the light scattering detector on my GPC. I removed the columns and connetced the pump to the light scattering detector and flushed first Decalin for 48 hours at 160 degrees, then flushed the detector with acetone at 40 degrees and then moved back to 160 degrees and fulshed TCB. The detecor response still showing 400mV (LS15) and 220mv (LS90). Any thoughts on how I can solve this high response? Help this member

ERROR 04.01.00 Measuring Block Received NACK on Stago STA Compact Hemostasis System
I am having a problem with a Stago STA Compact analyzer.
It gives me 2 Errors
First one is (ERROR 04.01.00 - Measuring Block Received NACK)
Second one is (ERROR 49.03.01 - Measure NACK Receipt )
I need some help.  Help this member.


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