Microfuge Advice Wanted
kcsnowden at ucdavis.edu
Thu Jun 26 17:13:54 EST 1997
The lab I'm in recently bought an IEC. We had a couple of problems
where a couple of the buttons stopped working (so you couldn't adjust
the time or speed), but the manufacturers sent us a replacement pretty
much immediately. Apart from that, I like it - very quiet, gets up
(and down) to speed quickly, and doesn't have too big a footprint.
(no affiliation to IEC etc etc)
On Mon, 23 Jun 1997 17:41:20 -0600, you wrote:
>My lab is looking to replace a variety of old microfuges...you know, those
>vintage Fisher and Eppendorf units that make a brain-melting noise when
>We would deeply appreciate any and all advice...like "we bought this, and
>it rocks" or "this sucks, it breaks every spin and the company wants big
>bucks to repair it" Features we really need are fast spin-up/down, high G
>force, high reliability and low noise.
>Companies we're looking into include (but are not limited to) :
>Thanks in advance, and i'll post a summary if i get a lot of info.
>in the land of beer, brats, and of course cheese.
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