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16th January 2012 Content supplied by: Thermo Scientific
New Orbital Shakers for Sensitive Culture Applications
The Thermo Scientific MaxQ High Performance (HP) Orbital Digital Shakers consist of open air and incubated bench-top models and incubated or refrigerated floor models, the MaxQ® HP Shaker range is ideal for sensitive cultures. The sturdy units will provide a "hard shake" for bacteria with a speed range from 25 to 525 rpm, while the brushless DC motors allow maintenance-free, 24/7 operation. The MaxQ HP Shakers are easy to program and include a function that restricts unauthorized or inadvertent changes to key functions.The MaxQ HP open-air, bench-top shaker has different platform sizes, so the capacity can be increased by simply changing the platform. The incubated bench-top model includes class-leading, +/-0.3 ºC temperature uniformity for optimum growth, and the spacious chamber holds 6 x 2 L flasks. Both the MaxQ HP incubated and refrigerated floor models feature a HEPA filter for maximum protection from contamination, a directed airflow system for optimum temperature uniformity of +/-0.2 ºC and ideal growth conditions, and an ergonomic design for easy access. A wide temperature range, from 5 ºC above ambient to 80 ºC in the incubated shakers and 4-60ºC in the refrigerated shakers, supports almost any requirement.
Thermo Scientific MaxQ HP Orbital Digital Shakers benefit from a backlit display that allows both the run-points and set-points for temperature, speed and time to be viewed simultaneously, minimizing errors when establishing run conditions. The superior balancing mechanism enables vibration-free shaking, which - along with durable components - ensures a long life. Situational alarms, including temperature sensor failure and power interruptions, give users added confidence.
The new MaxQ HP shakers, which join the existing portfolio of Thermo Scientific shakers as the premium models in the range, are designed to deliver maintenance-free, high-end performance for exacting molecular biology applications.
For more information about the new Thermo Scientific MaxQ HP Orbital Digital Shaker series, please visit www.thermoscientific.com/shakers.
Date Published: 16th January 2012
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