3D homogenizer BeadBlaster 24R
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3D homogenizer
3D homogenizer
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Max.: 7 rad.sec-1 (1.1 rps)

Min.: 4 rad.sec-1 (0.6 rps)


High capacity – 24x2ml Cooling function to protect temperature sensitive samples True refrigeration – no dry ice, liquid nitrogen or external connections Sealed 2.0ml tubes – eliminates cross contamination Full range of beads in prefilled tubes and bulk available Specifications Capacity - 24 x 2.0ml - Cycle Time - 1 to 90 sec. (up to 90 sec.) - Pause between cycles - 0 to 2 min. (1 sec. increments) - Max. cycles per program - 10 - Program Memory - up to 50 - Accel./Decel Time - <4 sec. / <4 sec. - Cooling method - Compressor - Temperature range - -10°C to ambient - Precool to 0°C - <30 minutes - Noise Level - <68db - Dimensions - 12.6 x 20.1 x 16.2 in. / 35 x 51 x 41 cm - Weight - 88 lbs / 40 kg - Warranty - 2 years - Electrical - 120V 50 Hz or 240V; 60 Hz - Power - 1000W The BeadBlaster™ 24R is a highly efficient bead homogenizer with built in refrigeration to protect temperature sensitive molecules from heat degradation and denaturation. Unlike most bead homogenizers, the BeadBlaster 24R has true, compressor-based refrigeration – no dry ice, no liquid nitrogen and no air supply needed. Simply set the desired temperature and precool the chamber. Temperature will be maintained throughout the homogenization process to keep samples cool. The BeadBlaster 24R retains many of the features of our popular BeadBlaster 24. The stainless steel tube carrier subjects up to 24 samples to an optimized, high speed, 3D motion, producing high energy impacts between the samples and micro-beads to release cellular contents.


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