rotary homogenizer / sample preparation / for cell disruption / hand-held
PRO250 PRO Scientific Inc.

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Characteristics

  • Motion type:

    rotary

  • Applications:

    sample preparation, for cell disruption

  • Configuration:

    hand-held

  • Display:

    analog

  • Speed:

    Min.: 10,000 rpm (62,831.9 rad.min-1)

    Max.: 30,000 rpm (188,495.6 rad.min-1)

Description

FEATURES
High-shear powerful homogenizer
Hand-held or Post-mounted laboratory homogenizer unit
Most versatile hand-held homogenizer unit with power, 576 W
Ideal for processing volumes from 0.03ml to 5L
High-torque motor with variable speed adjsutment, from 10,000 to 30,000 RPM
Separate ON/OFF switch
Optional use with a separate speed control box for precise control from 0 RPM*
2 Year Warranty
Generator probes and accessories sold separately

DESCRIPTION
The PRO250 homogenizer is a powerful, versatile homogenizer ideal for a wide range of lab applications, including but not limited to compounding, emulsions and suspensions, cell disruption, protein extraction medical research or pharmaceutical processing.
The PRO250 homogenizer is a perfect fit between the Bio-Gen PRO200 homogenizer and the benchtop PRO homogenizer units. It’s lightweight enough to be handheld, yet has extra torque for homogenizing difficult samples. A separate ON/OFF switch allows for the Smooth Dial speed control to remain at your ideal homogenizing intensity.
Combining the power of a 3/4 hp, 576 watt motor with a precise speed control, the PRO250 homogenizer handles a wide range of sample sizes. For the utmost in precise speed control, an analog speed control box is available for fine-tuning speed control from 0rpm up to 30,000rpm.
With PRO Quick Connect Generator probes ranging in diameter from 5 mm to 30 mm, it can effortlessly homogenize samples from 0.03 ml to 5 L*.
The PRO250 homogenizer also accommodates our SAFETY SEAL and Sealed Tube (ST) Series Chamber Assemblies with either a rotor-stator generator probe or a blade.
Generator Probe(s) Sold Separately.