Mini Lab Roller™ Dual Format Rotator
A simple yet versatile lab roller ideal for biochemistry, molecular biology, clinical testing or histochemistry.
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|H5500||Mini LabRoller™ Rotator||With rotisserie for 36x1.5/2.0ml tubes, 115V|
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|H5500-02||Rotisserie for 36x1.5ml tubes|
|H5500-15||Rotisserie for 10x15 (16-17mm) and 12x5ml (12-13mm) tubes or two microplates.|
|H5500-50||Rotisserie for 6x50ml tubes or two microplates.|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||8.4 x 4 x 5 in/21.3 x 10.2 x 12.6 cm||8.4 x 4 x 5 in/21.3 x 10.2 x 12.6 cm||8.4 x 4 x 5 in/21.3 x 10.2 x 12.6 cm|
|Operating conditions||+4° to 55°C, up to 85% RH non-condensing||+4° to 55°C, up to 85% RH non-condensing||+4° to 55°C, up to 85% RH non-condensing|
|Speed||24 rpm||24 rpm||24 rpm|
|Motion||Rotating, rocking & tumbling||Rotating, rocking & tumbling||Rotating, rocking & tumbling|
|Tube Capacity||36x1.5/2.0ml micro tubes||10x15ml conical (15-17mm); 15x5ml (12-13mm diameter) tubes||6x50ml conical tubes|
A Versatile Mini Lab Rotator
Simple, yet versatile, the end over end tube rotator Mini LabRoller™ Rotator is designed for mixing samples in both a horizontal and vertical plane.
- Compact design
- Wide selection of motions
- Noiseless operation
- Cold room compatible
- Dual format rotisseries
- Three easily interchangeable rotisseries
- Holds various size tubes:
- 36 x 1.5 / 2.0ml
- 10 x 15ml & 12 x 5ml
- 6 x 50ml
- 2 x 96 well plates
The unit accepts a broad assortment of tube sizes as well as micro plates. Safe for cold room or incubator use, this mixer is ideal for a wide range of applications in areas such as biochemistry, molecular biology, clinical testing and histochemistry.
Compact and sleek lab rotator design.
A small footprint and efficient housing design conserve valuable bench space and make the Mini LabRoller™ Rotator suitable for any size laboratory. It has an ambient operating range of 4° to 55°C and will easily fit into most incubators. Lightweight and portable, the unit is easily moved from the bench to a biological or chemical hood. Simple construction allows for easy cleaning and decontamination.
Wide range of motion
The Mini LabRoller™ Rotator is uniquely designed so that the level of agitation can be adjusted from gentle rolling, through two levels of tumbling, to forceful end over end mixing simply by changing the rotisserie position.
When a rotisserie is inserted horizontally (tubes held vertically), an end over end motion is produced. The unit can then be used for simple rotating, or rested on either end to create a tumbling motion. Placing the Mini LabRoller™ on the end with the power switch will create a more vigorous tumbling motion than resting it on the opposite end. A rocking motion is achieved by simply inserting pegs to limit the movement of the rotisserie to 20°, 45°, or 60°. Any of the three available rotisseries can be used as a rocking platform.
Using the supplied rod, the rotisseries may be mounted vertically (tubes held horizontally). In all configurations, the speed of the rotisserie is fixed at 24rpm. Interchangeable rotisseries hold numerous tube sizes.
The Mini LabRoller™ Rotator is supplied with a rotisserie for 36 x 1.5 or 2.0 ml tubes. Two additional rotisseries are available separately. The first accommodates ten conical 15 ml or other tubes with a 15-17 mm diameter as well as twelve tubes with a 12-13 mm diameter. The second holds six 50 ml conical tubes. Microplates can be used on any of the three rotisseries. Wide range of applications.
With three rotisserie configurations, dual rotisserie positions and the ability to change the position of the unit to produce a wide range of motions, the Mini LabRoller™ Rotator has applications in a variety of areas. Its compact size allows it to be used in combination with Labnet's Mini Incubator, for a compact temperature controlled mixing solution. In addition to its small size, the Mini LabRoller™ is quiet and economical, making it an excellent value.
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