Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New Orbital Shakers for Sensitive Culture Applications

18 Jan 2012
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced the Thermo Scientific MaxQ High Performance (HP) Orbital Digital Shakers. Consisting of open air and incubated bench-top models and incubated or refrigerated floor models, the MaxQ® HP Shaker range is ideal for sensitive cultures. The sturdy units will provide a “hard shake” for bacteria with a speed range from 25 to 525 rpm, while the brushless DC motors allow maintenance-free, 24/7 operation. The MaxQ HP Shakers are easy to program and include a function that restricts unauthorized or inadvertent changes to key functions.

The MaxQ HP open-air, bench-top shaker has different platform sizes, so the capacity can be increased by simply changing the platform. The incubated bench-top model includes +/-0.3 ºC temperature uniformity for optimum growth, and the chamber holds 6 x 2 L flasks. Both the MaxQ HP incubated and refrigerated floor models feature a HEPA filter for maximum protection from contamination, a directed airflow system for optimum temperature uniformity of +/-0.2 ºC and ideal growth conditions, and an ergonomic design for easy access. A wide temperature range, from 5 ºC above ambient to 80 ºC in the incubated shakers and 4–60 ºC in the refrigerated shakers, supports almost any requirement.

Thermo Scientific MaxQ HP Orbital Digital Shakers benefit from a backlit display that allows both the run-points and set-points for temperature, speed and time to be viewed simultaneously, minimizing errors when establishing run conditions. The balancing mechanism enables vibration-free shaking, which – along with durable components – ensures a long life. Situational alarms, including temperature sensor failure and power interruptions, give users added confidence.

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