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OHAUS Rocking and Waving Shakers are designed for use in a range of lab applications in a variety of environmental conditions. Rocking Shakers provide a seesaw-like motion, while Waving Shakers offer a smooth, low-foaming, 3D wave motion for precise speed control. Available in microprocessor-controlled digital models and more economical analog models. All models include a non-slip mat, and most models are available with a stacking tray option
Microprocessor control allows for electronic tilt angle adjustment in 1° increments for tilt and 1 rpm for speed (digital models) or independent control knobs for tilt, speed and time (analog models).
Digital models are equipped with LED displays and touchpad controls for speed, tilt angle and time. Timer displays elapsed time or when programmed to a set time, will turn off when time reaches zero.
Speed ramping feature slowly increases speed to desired setpoint to avoid splashing. Audible/visual signals activate when the system detects an obstruction or tray overload.
Mixing Blood Samples, DNA Extractions, Blotting Techniques, Staining and Destaining Gels, Hybridizations
Easy-to-read, independent LED displays for speed, tilt angle and time allow the operator to view all settings simultaneously (digital models) and basic control knobs with dial markings for speed, tilt angle and time (analog models)
Detachable 3-wire cord and plug (included)
Cast aluminum housing, non-slip rubber mat (included), stacking tray option (with all models except the analog Waver model)
Spill-resistant design, overload protection with audio/visual alarm on digital models and audible alarm on analog models
Built-in tray with non-slip rubber mat (included), overload protection with audio/visual alarm on digital models and audible alarm on analog models
- Product Safety: CAN/CSA C22.2 61010-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 61010-2-051, UL 61010-1 , UL 61010-2-051
- Electromagnetic Compatibility: ICES-003 Class A, FCC Part 15 Class A
- Compliance Marks: TÜV SÜD
Mixing blood samples, DNA extractions, blotting techniques, staining and destaining gels, hybridizations