1. Ultrasonic bath cleaners utilize high frequency sound waves to dislodge contaminants from sensitive materials

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  2. Circulators and chillers for precise temperature control of samples and external instrumentsCirculator Features Overview
    Wet baths

    PowerMinimum TemperatureConfigurationVoltageCapacityMaximum TemperatureTank MaterialJulabo PRESTOJulabo SemiChillJulabo Cryo-CompactJulabo FP SeriesJulabo FL SeriesJulabo CORIO CDJulabo CORIO C

    What Does a Lab Circulator Do?

    Laboratory circulators and chillers precisely control the temperature of deionized water, bath fluid, or PH-neutral buffer for delivery to integrated or external water baths, analytical instruments, incubators, and wet processing stations.

    What Is A Laboratory Circulator Used For?

    Lab circulators, common in life science research, drug discovery, material testing, wafer production, and wet chemistry, are used to cool or chill samples, thaw reagents or cell media, and supply temperature-controlled water to external equipment.

    Open vs Enclosed Lab Recirculators and Chillers

    Lab circulators and chillers include a fluid reservoir connected to a cooling or heating system regulated by a digital or analog controller. The integral reservoir, or water bath, may be open for easy access or enclosed by a gable cover to prevent heat loss. Certain circulators include a pump to deliver water to external equipment, such as refractometers, photometers, or viscometers.

    What Is A Laboratory Immersion Circulator?

    Immersion circulators are handheld systems designed to clamp onto water baths to regulate bath temperature.

    Immersion circulators include a cooling or heating coil, integral pump, and digital or analog controller to regulate temperature and flow rate.

    What is the Benefit of an Immersion Circulator Bath?

    Immersion circulators are economical alternatives to lab circulators or chillers, but do not include integral water baths and provide limited flow rates and cooling/heating capabilities.

    A - Lab Circulator Maximum Temperature
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    Laboratory circulators and chillers include heating systems to precisely control the temperature of the water, buffer, or bath fluid.

    What is the Average Lab Circulator Peak Temperature?

    Lab circulators commonly heat fluid to 150°C.

    Julabo’s PRESTO circulators can achieve temperature set points up to 250°C. Common applications for heating circulators include food stability testing, medical device quality analysis, and forced aging studies.

    B - Lab Chiller Minimum Temperature
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    What Lab Chiller Applications and Uses Are Most Common?

    Applications for lab chillers include cell freezing, blood banking, and pour point determination of petroleum products.

    What is the Lowest Achievable Lab Chiller Temperature?

    Laboratory chillers, or refrigerated circulators, include cooling coils to chill bath fluid or lab-grade water. Lab chillers commonly cool fluid down to -20°C.

    Julabo’s PRESTO circulators can maintain temperatures down to -80°C.

    C - Lab Circulator Capacity
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    Lab circulator capacity refers to the volume of liquid safely stored and processed by the system.

    Lab Benchtop Chiller Capacity

    Julabo’s Cryo-Compact chillers are low-throughput benchtop chiller systems that accommodate fluid volumes under 10 liters.

    Free Standing Lab Circulator Capacity

    Julabo’s FL Series circulators are high-throughput, free-standing systems that accommodate fluid volumes up to 50 liters.

    D - Voltage
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    120-volt connections are suitable for standard laboratory power outlets in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America.

    208-volt or 240-volt connections, common in Mainland Europe and throughout Asia, require less current (amperage) and smaller conductors than equipment designed to operate at 120-volt.

    E - Lab Circulator Configuration
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    E1 - Immersion Circulator

    Immersion circulators, like Julabo’s CORIO C Series, are placed within external water baths to mix and precisely control the temperature of the bath fluid. Immersion circulators are more cost-effective than benchtop circulators and more flexible: one immersion circulator can control multiple water baths within a single lab, given the baths aren’t operated simultaneously. However, immersion circulators cannot achieve the flow rates and temperature ranges of a benchtop circulator.

    E2 - Open Bath Heating Circulators

    Open bath circulators, like Julabo’s CORIO CD Series, include an integral, exposed water bath regulated by a digital controller. Open bath circulators provide easier sample access than enclosed bath circulators but may be prone to heat loss or larger temperature fluctuations. Common applications include temperature control of measurement cells, heating glassware, and material testing.

    CORIO™ CD Refrigerated/Heating Circulators by Julabo

    CORIO™ CD Heating Circulators by Julabo

    E3 - Recirculating Chiller

    Recirculating chillers contain enclosed water baths, cooling and/or heating coils, and digital control systems. Recirculating chillers include pump systems to deliver fluid to external equipment, such as wet processing stations, water-jacketed incubators, photometers, and refractometers. More expensive than immersion or open bath circulators, recirculating chillers provide large bath capacities, higher flow rates, broader temperature ranges and tighter set point tolerances.

    F - Lab Bath Tank Material
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    F1 - Polycarbonate Lab Bath

    Transparent polycarbonate baths are more cost-effective and provide better sample visualization than stainless steel baths. However, polycarbonate baths support limited temperature ranges, typically between -20°C and 100°C.

    F2 - Stainless Steel Lab Bath

    Stainless steel baths help maintain aseptic conditions, resist acids and solvents, and support broader temperature ranges than polycarbonate baths.

    G - Lab Circulator Power and Wattage
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    Lab circulator power, listed in Watts (W), corresponds to the heat load capacity of the system.

    Heat energy removed or applied to the fluid drives the maintainable temperature range of the system. Common lab circulators feature heat loads between 250 and 2,000 Watts.

    Julabo’s PRESTO circulators include heat loads up to 2,700 Watts and, thus, industry-leading temperature ranges (-80°C - 250°C).

    Where Can I Buy Lab Circulators and Chillers Online?

    Laboratory-Equipment.com is a specialty division of Terra Universal. For nearly 40 years, Terra Universal has served the life science, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device markets. Customers appreciate a worldwide network of reps, factory-direct support, and ready-to-ship items available from Terra's on-shore manufacturing and warehouse facilities in Fullerton, California.

    Shop lab chillers and circulators online for a wide variety of pharmaceutical, laboratory, life science research, and analytical environments. Terra specialists are able to provide support and expertise among many applications including life science research, drug discovery, material testing, wafer production, and wet chemistry.

    U.S. Customer Service
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    Contact a Laboratory-equipment.com specialist through web chat, email, or phone for pricing or a same-day quote.

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  3. Cleanroom and laboratory tables, benches, and workstations meet critical requirements for ISO 5 compatibility, chemical resistance, and ergonomics

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  4. Shakers by Thermo Fisher, Benchmark Scientific and VITL available in incubated, refrigerated and CO2-safe models

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  5. Sturdy, adjustable shelving solutions from Terra, Metro and Eagle keep your work space clean and organized; select models are corrosion resistant and have antimicrobial coatings

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  6. DNA, RNA and nucleic acid isolation and purification kits by Analytik Jena for single sample and batch sample processing

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  7. Reusable cleanroom garments are noncontaminating, even after repeated laundering, and resist snagging; select lint-free polyester, super dense polyester and static-control carbon grid

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  8. Suitable for ISO Class 4-8 cleanrooms, HEPA/ULPA filtration vacuum cleaners contain sub-micron particles; specialized units for explosive material, mercury or cyanide recovery.

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  9. Gas and fire detectors, lab safety showers, and personnel protection gear reduce lab accidents and associated costs

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  10. Vortexers by Thermo Fisher and Benchmark Scientific for sample, reagent and media mixingVortexer Features Overview
    Laboratory shakers

    VoltageControllerMaximum Shaking SpeedFormatSpecial FeaturesBenchmark Multi-ThermBenchmark Incu-Mixer MPBenchmark VornadoBenchmark BenchMixer XLBenchmark BenchMixer

    What is a Vortexer?

    Vortexers, or vortex mixers, gently agitate liquid samples by creating a vortex motion within the sample tube. Vortexers are composed of a drive shaft, oriented vertically, and connected to an electric motor, encased in a plastic or steel housing. The top end of the drive shaft protrudes from the housing and attaches to a micro-tube cup adapter or rack designed to accommodate microplates or multiple test tubes. Simple vortexers turn on automatically when a micro-tube, containing the sample, is pressed into the rubber cup. Advanced vortexers include analog or digital controllers with on/off switches, mixing speed controls, vortex timers, and alarms.

    What Is The Difference Between a Vortexer and Shaker or Stirrer?

    Unlike orbital shakers and overhead stirrers, which are designed to batch mix large-volume samples housed in beakers, flasks or baths, vortexers are designed to mix low-volume samples stored in microtubes or microplates. The vortex motion generated within the micro-tube captures sample droplets affixed to the inner walls of the tube to ensure homogenous mixing. Small-footprint vortex mixers take up less benchtop space than bulky overhead stirrers and orbital shakers, making them ideal for crowded, shared-use laboratories.

    A - Vortexer Format - Single-Tube, Multi-Tube, Microplate Vortexers
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    A1 - Single-Tube Vortexers

    Single-tube vortexers, such as Benchmark Scientific’s Vornado Mixer, include touch-activated cups designed to accommodate sample tubes up to 50 ml in size. The cup head is sealed to prevent accidental spills from entering the housing and damaging the vortex shaft or motor.

    A2 - Multi-Tube Vortexers

    Multi-tube vortexers, such as Benchmark Scientific’s BenchMixer XL, include a 7” x 12” platform designed to accommodate a variety of different sample tube racks for high-volume mixing. Interchangeable tube racks are designed to house 50 x 2.0 ml micro-tubes, 15 x 50 ml culture tubes, or 3 x 96-well microplates. Multi-tube vortexers include precise motor balancing to minimize vibrations and ensure accurate, reproducible speeds across the platform.

    A3 - Microplate Vortexers

    Microplate vortexers, such as Benchmark Scientific’s Incu-Mixer MP, include a pre-installed plate deck capable of accommodating up to 4 microplates. The Incu-Mixer MP features a heated lid to prevent sample condensation during mixing runs. As opposed to single-tube vortexers, which can maintain mixing speeds up to 3,400 revolutions per minute (rpm), microplate vortexers, given the size of the plate deck, maintain lower speeds (up to 1,200 rpm).

    B - Maximum Vortexer Shaking Speed
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    Standard laboratory vortexers maintain shaking speeds between 100 rpm and 3,000 rpm, but specialty vortex mixers can achieve shaking speeds up to 3,400 rpm. As the force produced by the electronic drive shaft is dispersed among the samples placed on the vortexer, single-tube vortexers are capable of maintaining higher shaking speeds than multi-tube or microplate vortexers, which house multiple samples within plate decks or sample racks. Although most laboratory vortexers feature controllers capable of adjusting shaking speeds, certain vortex mixers are designed to shake at a fixed speed.

    C - Digital vs Analog Vortexer Controller
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    C1 - Analog Vortexer

    Benchmark Scientific’s BenchMixers feature analog controllers with on/off switches, speed control dials, and touch-start/manual-start toggles.

    C2 - Digital Vortexer

    Benchmark Scientific’s Multi-Therm mixers feature digital controllers with speed adjustment, temperature control, run timers, pulse duration control, and stored, user-defined programs.

    D - Vortexer Voltage
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    120-volt connections are suitable for standard laboratory power outlets in the United States, Canada, Mexico and South America. 240-volt connections, common in Mainland Europe and throughout Asia, require less current (amperage) and smaller conductors than equipment designed to operate at 120-volt.

    E - Special Vortexer Features
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    E1 - Incubated Vortexer

    Benchmark Scientific’s Incu-Mixer MP models include a heating coil to maintain temperatures up to 70°C for cell culture sample mixing.

    E2 - Refrigerated Vortexer

    Refrigerated vortexers, like Benchmark Scientific’s Multi-Therm, include a cooling coil to maintain temperatures down to -20°C for mixing of sensitive samples. A built-in temperature safety sensor alerts the user when conditions fall outside of setpoint.

    E3 - European Vortexer Power Plug

    Certain 240-volt vortexers include EU-approved or Schuko plugs for installation into laboratories located in Europe or Asia.

    Where Can I Buy Vortexers and Vortex Mixers Online?

    Laboratory-Equipment.com is a specialty division of Terra Universal. For nearly 40 years, Terra Universal has served the life science, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device markets. Customers appreciate a worldwide network of reps, factory-direct support, and ready-to-ship items available from Terra's on-shore manufacturing and warehouse facilities in Fullerton, California.

    Shop lab vortexers online for a wide variety of pharmaceutical, laboratory, life science research, and analytical environments. Terra specialists are able to provide support and expertise among many applications including life science research, drug discovery, material testing, wafer production, and wet chemistry.

    Vortexer Price by Brand and Model

    BenchMixer

    BenchMixer XL

    Incu-Mixer

    Mortexer

    Multi-Therm

    Vornado

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  11. General Purpose -20°C Lab Freezers from Thermo Fisher and Helmer Scientific

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  12. Cleanroom storage systems include laminar flow cabinets that meet ISO 5 requirements, chemical storage cabinets, and specialized models designed for unique requirements

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  13. Polypropylene centrifuge tubes, culture tubes, PCR strips, inoculating loops, weigh buckets and 5 ml microtubes

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  14. Disposable cleanroom garments shield personnel and product from contaminants; non-woven materials limit lint generation, and economical pricing allows garment disposal

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  15. Terra offers high temperature/acid gloves, disposable and reusable cleanroom gloves, static-safe gloves, glove liners and finger cots

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  16. Complete lines of non-shedding wipes and cleanroom compatible paper, clipboards, file holders and other supplies

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  17. Ultra-Low Freezers (-80°C) from Thermo Fisher and Helmer Scientific

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  18. Colorimeters, cell density meters and automated pH instruments for reliable quality control measurements

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  19. Easily accomplish out-of-reach cleanroom tasks; meet OSHA safety and load capacity standards; BioSafe stainless steel design with continuous seam welds is ISO 5-compliant.

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  20. Terra's Cleanroom Garment Hamper with soft-close foot pedal allows clean, easy disposal of soiled cleanroom garments; non-corroding polypropylene stands up to most chemicals

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