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Memmert AtmoWEB connectivity features - free of charge
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Memmert AtmoWEB connectivity features - free of charge

Memmert prioritizes remote control (AtmoWEB included) for all products, ensuring optimal lab performance in ovens and test chambers resulting from decades of industry expertise.

Enhance Water Quality Monitoring with the LAQUA 300 Series Smart Handheld Meters
The OPTi Multiple Scale Digital Refractometer: A Modern Advancement in Food Quality Control
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The OPTi Multiple Scale Digital Refractometer: A Modern Advancement in Food Quality Control

The OPTi Multiple Scale Digital Refractometer represents a significant evolution in refractometery technology. This blog will explore its key features and how it addresses the shortcomings of conventional refractometers, ultimately providing a more efficient and comprehensive solution for food science professionals.

The Elmasonic Select Range from Elma
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The Elmasonic Select Range from Elma

The Elmasonic Select Series:

The Elmasonic Select series from Elma is a powerful and individual range of ultrasonic cleaners with a wide range of applications and uses. This series comes with baths with tank volumes ranging from 3.0L to 90L.

Applications for parts cleaning include but are not limited to:

  • Manufacturers of industrial workpieces and components, workshops and repair shops
  • Watchmakers, jewellers, jewellery and watch workshops
  • Research and analytical laboratories
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The NEW Controlled Rate Freeze Thaw from Grant Instruments

Grant have introduced the new Controlled Rate Freeze Thaw (CRFT), which is a liquid nitrogen and cryogen free controlled rate freeze and thaw system for cryopreservation in a wide range of applications.

Cryopreservation is a process where biological materials such as cells, tissues or organs are frozen to preserve the materials for an extended period of time.

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Dipslides - All you need to know
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Dipslides - All you need to know

A dipslide is a means of testing the microbial content of liquids. This is a common method of monitoring and measuring microbial activity within many systems and commonly cooling systems. Usually the use of a dipslide is the first line of defence for the testing of microbial issues that could be caused to manufacturers and machine shop fluid systems. 

Dipslides consist of a plastic barrier which bears a sterile culture medium which can be dipped into the liquid being sampled. The resulting microbial colonies are estimated by reference to a chart. 

Dipslides are usually incubated for 48 hours after use and any subsequent bacteria in the sample water will grow and form colonies.

Medical or surgical nitrile gloves are finally confirmed by HMRC to be eligible equipment for medical research
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Medical or surgical nitrile gloves are finally confirmed by HMRC to be eligible equipment for medical research

Purchasing items using donated funds without the burden of VAT will now save many Millions of pounds each year which can be put to better use in advancing scientific knowledge to provide new treatments and cures that will shape the medicines of the future.

DWK safety blog - working safely with pressure
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DWK safety blog - working safely with pressure

Working with pressure/vacuum conditions in the lab is common but not all products are designed to withstand this. Products with appropriate geometry and wall thickness are suitable for working safely with pressure. For example, filtering flasks, desiccators, or flat flange vessels, as well as products like the DURAN® pressure plus+ range of bottles. These provide guaranteed vacuum and pressure...
Reducing Spillages
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DWK Safety Blog - Reducing Spillages

Spillages are a common occurrence in the lab and can be a health and safety risk. The spilled contents themselves could be hazardous to those in the laboratory, as well as the spilled liquid being a slip hazard if on the floor which could cause injury. This blog will cover 5 ways of reducing spillages to improve safety in the lab. Image of spilled chemicals 1. DURAN® and KIMBLE® Sili...
Lovibond's new TB 350 Turbidity Meter
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Lovibond's new TB 350 Turbidity Meter

Turbidity is a measurement of suspended particles in water that scatter or absorb light. For example, the more suspended solids there are, the murkier the water will appear and the higher the turbidity is. Turbidity will also depend on the size of the particles, as this will affect the scattering or absorption of light. Lovibond turbidity standards for TB 350 IR Why measure turbidity? ...
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