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New Eppendorf ThermoMixer and ThermoStat Incubator

Published: Friday, July 05, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, July 05, 2013
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New generation of Temperature Control and Mixing Instruments raise sample preparation to the next level.

Ever since the launch of the company’s first performance-defining Mixer and the first Thermostat in 1964 Eppendorf has been at the forefront of mixing and temperature control technology for µL volumes.

Thanks to Eppendorf’s continuous development, an exciting new generation of Temperature Control and Mixing Instruments is now set to impress with excellent mixing results, outstanding temperature management and the ergonomics and simplicity essential for routine use in a busy laboratory.

The excellent mixing results of the new Eppendorf ThermoMixer® C, F1.5 and FP (two-in one instruments for combined mixing and incubating) are due to the unique 2DMix-Control technology which ensures fast and efficient mixing in just seconds and now offers reliable mixing solutions in 96- and 384 well plates.

Controlled circular movements achieve thorough mixing of liquids in even the smallest volumes, while the anti-spill technology prevents lid wetting and cross-contamination.

For dry incubation, the new Eppendorf ThermoMixer® C and ThermoStat C are operated together with Eppendorf SmartBlocks which are easily exchangeable in just seconds, thanks to the unique Eppendorf QuickRelease™ technology.

These individually sensor-controlled SmartBlocks™ are the best solution for maintaining accurate, uniform temperatures. A wide variety of Eppendorf SmartBlocks support a broad range of applications and temperature-sensitive assays.

For best temperature control performance ever, Eppendorf also launches the unique Eppendorf ThermoTop®, a heated lid with condens.protect technology.

This easy to use ThermoTop reliably prevents condensation formation on the tube lid and wall, and in addition supports temperature homogeneity of the thermoblocks to ensure excellent reaction conditions.

Simple, wireless handling and its automatic recognition render the Eppendorf ThermoTop® indispensable for optimal performance.

Predefined program and temperature keys provide fast and easy access to the most frequently used mixing/temperature parameters.

With simplicity and ease of use at the heart the new Eppendorf ThermoMixer® and ThermoStat instruments contribute to time-saving, stress-free operation and a pleasant working environment.


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