Orbital laboratory shaker New Brunswick™ Innova® 2100
digitalfor general purposesbenchtop

orbital laboratory shaker
orbital laboratory shaker
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Characteristics

Type
orbital
Display
digital
Applications
for general purposes
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
Erlenmeyer
Rotational speed

Min.: 25 rpm (157 rad.min-1)

Max.: 500 rpm (3,142 rad.min-1)

Description

For shaking in ambient conditions: on the bench, in an incubator or in a warm or cold room, the Innova Platform Shakers are the instrument of choice. Dependable operation is due in large part to the New Brunswick triple-eccentric counterbalanced drive.The Innova platform shaker model 2100 offers a "quick-change" platform kit for frequent platform changes; enables snapping platforms in place without tools. With a 18" × 18" platform which accepts up to 2 × 6 L Erlenmeyer flasks, the Innova 2100 provides flexibility and dependability for your lab. Features Triple-eccentric counterbalanced drive in cast iron housing provides vibration and trouble-free operation for years Quiet operation provides a favorable work environment Shaking speeds between 25 – 500 rpm (±1 rpm) provide versatility for culturing a wide range of cell types Simple, easy to use LED display Timed or continuous shaking Speed controlled and displayed in increments of 1 rpm Versatile 46 × 46 cm (18 × 18 in) accessory platform (sold separately) accommodates up to 2 × 6 L Erlenmeyer flasks Enclosed electronics and mechanical components prevent internal damage from accidental spills Versatile 33 × 28 cm (13 × 11 in) accessory platform (sold separately) accommodates flasks up to 500 mL Low profile – less than 6" (15 cm) tall-enables use of multiple shakers in an environmental chamber

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