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Quality Digital Laboratory Incubators for a Wide Range of Applications

by Jeremy Linder Lab Equipment Supplier
Quality Digital Laboratory Incubators for a Wide Range of Applications

Digital dry bath incubators are widely used in molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry applications and genetic engineering.

Leading suppliers of laboratory equipment in New York offer digital incubators for a wide variety of applications. Analog and digital dry bath incubators are used to heat samples for coagulation studies, restriction digests, COD denaturing DNA, Hot Start PCR, BUN, melting sugar and in situ hybridization. They are widely used in molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry applications and in genetic engineering. 

Top Models of Incubators 

Clinical laboratories have a plethora of choices as leading manufacturers of laboratory equipment offer a variety of analog and digital incubators incorporated with several advanced features. 

Analog dry bath incubators come with 2 and 4 blocks and features such as block extractor rod, amber pilot light, interchangeable blocks with digital models and hydraulic thermostat. Digital dry bath incubators offer excellent temperature stability and feature a PID microprocessor for controlled temperature selection and rapid heat up. Before purchasing an incubator, it is important to evaluate its features, size and capacity and applications. Here are some top incubator models available in online lab equipment stores:

* Boekel Scientific Shake 'n' Bake, 115V - The Shake 'n' Bake incubator from Boekel Scientific provides a gentle up and down motion which is ideal for hybridization and wash procedures as well as conventional incubation. It features digital temperature setting and display along with a PID temperature controller for rapid heat-up and excellent temperature stability. The device includes an over-range safety thermostat with a red warning indicator light along with a new five-hour timer. 

* LW Scientific, Digital dry bath incubator, two 12-place 15ml heat blocks, 90—240VDesigned for a broad range of applications, this digital dry bath incubator from LW Scientific offers the users the choice to mix and match two popular standard heat blocks. Stable temperatures and even heating make this two block unit perfect for use in clinical, biological, and even industrial lab settings. Features include - 

* PID control 

* Suction cup feet

* Durable metal construction

* Compact, space-saving design

* Digital temperature display programmable in F° or C°

* Benchmark Scientific MyBlock™ HLMini Bath with Heated Lid, (100-240V) - Manufactured by Benchmark Scientific, Inc, this mini heat block features a heated lid for protecting samples against unwanted condensation and evaporation. A compact model that fits in the palm of your hand, this is an ideal choice for the most temperature sensitive applications, including immunoassays, LAMP assays, enzyme reactions & other temperature hyper-sensitive procedures. It comes with exchangeable blocks for 0.2 to 0.5ml tubes.   

* Orbi-Shaker™XL Orbital Shaker with Flat Mat Platform, (230V) – With a large 18 x 18 inch platform and a powerful, beltless motor drive, this model from Benchmark Scientific, Inc, is capable of mixing up to five 2L flasks or nine 1L flasks simultaneously. It includes a horizontally circular 19mm orbit for aeration & mixing. 

Ensure Purchase from a Reliable laboratory Equipment Supplier

Purchase of incubators from a reliable supplier of laboratory equipment supplier would come with many benefits. Leading dealers have online stores displaying products from top manufacturers. Customers can browse products and find the option that best suits their requirements. Most suppliers also provide timely maintenance support.  


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About Jeremy Linder Committed     Lab Equipment Supplier

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Created on Jan 23rd 2018 00:53. Viewed 269 times.

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