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Memmert IPPeco and HPPeco Ranges
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Introducing the new Memmert IPPeco and HPPeco Ranges

Memmert are releasing a new generation of eco-friendly Peltier appliances at the start of 2021. The HPPeco and the IPPeco replace the current standard versions of the models and whilst they look almost identical to their former versions, don't let this deceive you. The Eco models operate with unrivalled efficiency, leaving compressor and previous technology Peltier devices behind. Not only will...
Programmable, vibration free incubators improve Protein Crystallisation success rates
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Programmable, vibration free incubators improve Protein Crystallisation success rates

The range of EchoTherm programmable and vibration free chilling and heating incubators have been specifically designed to improve the success rate for protein crystallizations. We've taken a look at how these units achieve this. [caption id="attachment_6945" align="aligncenter" width="553"] The EchoTherm vibration free chilling / heating incubator[/caption] Programmable temperatures ...
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Vibration Free Chilling Incubators - Ideal for Protein Crystallography

The range of EchoThermâ„¢ vibration free bench top chilling incubators by Torrey Pines are ideal for protein crystallography and other life science laboratory uses. [caption id="attachment_6945" align="aligncenter" width="501"] The EchoTherm vibration free chilling / heating incubators can be used for delicate or sub-ambient work[/caption]   The units are Peltier-based and c...

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New Stuart SI600C Cooled Shaking Incubator from Stuart opens up a whole new range of applications

New Stuart Stuart SI600C Cooled Shaking Incubator from Stuart opens up a whole new range of applications The new Stuart SI600C cooled shaking incubator is the latest addition to the Stuart range of benchtop science equipment. The Stuart SI600C has all the features of the successful SI600 shaking incubator, with the addition of a separate recirculating chiller to extend the achievable tempe...
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