New Benchtop Shakers with Increased Shaking Capacity Introduced
Aug 18 2020 Read 618 Times
Wiggens introduces the new WS-100D benchtop shaker, specifically designed for large or heavy workloads requiring accurate and repeatable results The instrument is ideal for a wide range of applications in the biological, molecular, medical, pharmaceutical, food and environmental fields. It performs orbital or reciprocating action and the variable-speed control provides gentle to vigorous agitation. The user-friendly operating and safety features ensures reliable shaking of laboratory glassware.
The user friendly control panel features a digital display and push knob adjustment for the speed, timer function and operating modes. The timer can be set forward and backward with a run and pause time of 1 to 999 min. A low-profile design minimises vibration or sliding caused by the high speed shaking motion. Shaking speeds up to 300rpm are offered with an adjustable amplitude size of 20mm, 30mm and 40mm.
The maximum load for the WS-100D benchtop shaker is up to 7.5kg. Heavier duty models of this series are also available, such as, WS-150D (maximum load up to 15kg) and WS-200D (maximum load up to 30kg).
A wide range of accessories makes it possible to use almost all shapes and sizes of vessels, such as, sticky plates, multi-purpose trays, adjustable bar trays, universal trays and multi-pore holders.
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