Digital dry bath CH3-150

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Temperature control
heating, cooling
for microtubes
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The Grant-bio CH3-150 Combitherm-2 dry block heating cooling system is specially designed to thermostabilise materials at temperatures from –3°C to +150°C according to methods of analysis. Applications Life-science - storing restriction enzymes, nick translation, ligation reactions, restriction digests, protein solubilisation for PAGE, warm incubation of microcentrifuge tubes for hybridisation, enzyme reactions and deactivations Clinical - cooling blood samples prior to coagulation testing. Acylcarnitines derivatisation, MRSA and PBP2 latex testing, heating flush/media used in egg recovery, fertility to keep test tubes at correct temperature during egg collection Incubating samples at set temperatures, heating block for boiling of solutions in tubes Life-science-cell digestion, DNA/RNA extraction, post sequencing PCT clean-up-dry down step, boiling in vitro DNA RNA/ protein samples, incubating invitro reactions/digestions, extraction of DNA for real-time PCR analysis, denaturing nucleic acid and protein samples Industrial - digestion of environmental samples for chemical oxygen demand analysis, soil digests, maintaining temperatures Stability: ±0.1ºC Independently regulated heating and cooling blocks in the same unit Digital timer with sound alarm: 1 min to 99 h 59 min (increment 1 min) User adjustable programmes (temperature and time): 16 (heating) + 16 (cooling) Digital temperature control for optimum precision Temperature Calibration Function Protective lid The CH3-150 has seven interchangeable blocks available. Custom blocks available on request.


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