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Cole Parmer Rebrand 2022
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Stuart, Jenway, Electrothermal Engineering and Techne rebranded to Cole-Parmer

As of June 2022, Cole-Parmer have undergone a rebrand of some of their brands and equipment in order to be more efficient. The units themselves have remained the same but the design and model numbers have been updated to fit the Cole-Parmer theme. Below is a list of some brands that have been rebranded and an overview of their new model numbers. Cole-Parmer ST-200-C 15L undergrad analogue c...
Hotplates and Stirrers
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Introducing Stuarts Latest Undergrad Hotplates and Stirrers

Stuart by Cole Parmer have recently given their trusty Undergrad hotplate and stirrer range a modern new look! Replacing older models, the new and updated Undergrads feature robust tough outer casing to prevent damage caused by knocks. They come in a clean blue and white colour scheme. The entire Undergrad range comprises of analogue magnetic stirrers, analogue hotplates and a choice of an...
Aluminium, ceramic & ceramic coated hotplates
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What is the difference between aluminium, ceramic & ceramic coated hotplates?

Hotplates or combined hotplate stirrers are used in most laboratories for basic heating and stirring applications. Many models are offered with either a ceramic, ceramic coated or aluminium top plate. But what is the difference? [caption id="attachment_6167" align="aligncenter" width="245"] Hotplates with a ceramic or an aluminium top - but how do I choose which type I need?[/caption] Ceram...
What type of hotplate do I need to make a sand bath?
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What type of hotplate do I need to make a sand bath?

Sand baths have been used in labs since the time of alchemists. Simply, a sand bath is made by placing a container on a heated surface and filling with sand. A vessel to be heated is then submerged into the sand which conducts the heat from the heated surface into the sides of the vessel. In modern labs, sand baths are still used and are typically set up using a hotplate or heating mantle on to...
Why should I use a temperature probe with a hotplate stirrer?
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Why should I use a temperature probe with a hotplate stirrer?

Some hotplates and hotplate stirrers have the ability for you to be able to connect an external temperature probe. The function of the external temperature probe is so that you can monitor and control the temperature of your heated sample. This is in contrast to simply controlling the hotplate surface temperature. [caption id="attachment_17321" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Camlab Choice ...
Stirrers
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A Guide to Different Types of Stirrers

There are a variety of stirrers available for laboratory use, each having their own qualities which make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Below is an outline of the types of stirrers available and what they are more suitable for:   Magnetic Stirrers Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to cause a stirrer bar (of flea), immersed within a l...

Distilled and deionised water
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What's the difference between distilled and deionised water?

"Pure" water is used in all types of laboratories for a range of uses - from making up calibration standards to cleaning and even in the rinse cycle in some laboratory glasswashers for a pure clean. There are different types of purified water available - but what is the difference? [caption id="attachment_6355" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Distilled or deionised water? What's the differe...
W4000 Bibby Merit Water Still
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How to install the W4000 Bibby Merit Water Still

The W4000 Bibby Merit Water Still is a great option for labs needing small quantities of distilled water. The still connects to a basic mains water supply and allows you to generate 4L per hour of distilled water compliant with European Pharmacopoeia and ASTM Type 4 [caption id="attachment_11833" align="alignleft" width="300"] A fully assembled W4000 Water Still[/caption] The still arr...
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The new SA6 Vortex Mixer by Stuart

Stuart have launched a new vortex mixer, the mini SA6 model with a robust casing and variable speed control, this mini unit is ideal for chemical and bioscience laboratories alike.   Vortex mixers are widely used in bioscience laboratories, and are particularly useful for life science researchers studying cell cultures and microbiology. Chemical labs also rely on vortex mixers everyday...
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How do I prepare samples for melting point analysis?

Melting point tests provide a fast and simple method to verify the purity of solid samples in the lab after synthesis or in manufacturing as a quality control check. Preparing the samples correctly will ensure results are accurate and comparable. We've taken a look at the proper way to prepare samples for melting point analysis below. [caption id="attachment_10413" align="aligncenter" wid...
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SMP50 Automatic Melting Point

Introducing the new Automatic Melting Point Apparatus from Stuart - the Watch as your samples melt live on screen or leave it to complete the melt analysis independently and then observe the play back post-melt. During post melt review additional measurement tags can be added if required, such as meniscus point or the automatically obtained result can be overwritten. Up to approx 300 melt v...

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I need a roller mixer to fit different sizes of tubes and bottles, can you recommend one?

Q: I need a roller mixer, but our lab works with tubes and bottles in different sizes - what would you recommend? A: The Stuart range of roller mixers would be ideal. These have recently been updated, and are now more flexible than ever - letting you use one unit to mix small centrifuge tubes right through to larger bottles [caption id="attachment_7537" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Th...

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