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  • microwave load and the content of the microwave absorber. Inside the chamber is a manifold for up to 5 tubes which will allow bubble mixing in up to 5 containers at once. A built-in air pump facilitates the mixing, avoiding temperature gradients in the process.You have the option of running the oven

  • Luxury Full-Size Microwave Oven

    Argos Technologies

    This 1250W 2.2CF oven offers Inverter Technology for true and consistent distribution of microwave energy. Conventional microwaves operate on only one power level; the microwave energy is either on or off. Inverter technology delivers true low, medium and high power levels which help prevent cold…

  • The EMF300 detector measures high-frequency radiation levels emitted from household and commercial microwave ovens. 0 to 1.999mW/cm2 measurement range.

  • SUMMIT PURETHERM brings value and convenience to warming cabinets and blanket warmers, with user-friendly models designed and constructed in the USA. Single chamber warming cabinet ideal for hospital settings keeping blankets at the proper temperature. The self-closing double pane tempered glass…

  • Fully featured for easy use and carefully constructed for long-term durability. Generous capacity, and easy clean-up Stylish handle offers an easy grip with a modern touch in chrome trim Powerful 1000 watt operation provides strong cooking power with multiple one-touch settings for popcorn,…

  • …Agar, Luria broth media for recovery, growth media, assay components, plastic supplies You need: incubation oven, two waterbaths, shaking incubator or shaking waterbath, microwave or hot plate, automatic micropipet and tips, spectrophotometer, balance, centrifuge, microcentrifuge, glassware…

  • Microwave Meter

    Sper Scientific

    …hazardous microwave oven leakage With use microwave oven door seals may wear enabling hazardous microwaves to leak out. Sper Scientific Microwave Meter is calibrated at 2.45 GHZ, the precise frequency of microwave ovens to accurately measure the intensity of such microwave leakage. Features…

  • …100 ml TBS, pH 7.5, by heating to 50 to 60 °C (1 hour). Dissolving the components can be accelerated by sonication or by incubation in a microwave oven. Information Note: The solution remains turbid. Principle: BCIP is the AP-substrate which after dephosphorylation reacts further to…

  • Optional accessory for exhausting Titan MPS oven cavity in laboratories that do not have exhaust systems. Includes: one 1.5 m exhaust tube. ID = 76 mm, OD = 82 mm. and power cord (US).

  • …- much easier to add or remove powders and easier to clean. PYREX bottles offer high thermal shock resistance; usable up to 500°C and in microwave ovens.  Cap features include a linerless, one-piece autoclavable orange polypropylene plug seal GL80 threaded cap with a drip-free pouring ring,…

  • iso-Propyl Alcohol

    MilliporeSigma

    Formula: CH3CHOHCH3 Formula Weight: 60.10 CAS Number: 67-63-0 Synonym(s): 2-Propanol; IPA Description: General Product Use: Used as a dehydrating fluid and for microwave oven applications.

  • …Reagent is dissolved in maleic acid buffer to a final concentration of 10% (w/v) with shaking and heating either on a heating block or in a microwave oven. Storage conditions (working solution): 10x stock solution of Blocking Reagent is autoclaved and stored at 2 to 8 °C. Alternativly,…

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