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Save on Centrifugation, Shaking and Freezing with New Eppendorf Advantage™ Offers

Published: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
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24 % of savings on selected Eppendorf microcentrifuges.

The latest Eppendorf Advantage promotion delivers substantial savings on the company’s shakers, centrifuges and freezers right up until 31st December 2013.

There are savings of up to 24 % on selected Eppendorf microcentrifuges including aerosol-tight rotors.

Researchers save when buying New Brunswick Innova® shakers and New Brunswick HEF® and Green freezers.

Eppendorf laboratory equipment is known for its premium quality and excellent performance, and the new product bundles enable purchasers to equip their laboratories at a greatly reduced price.

Eppendorf centrifuges reflect the company’s decades of design experience. Their high quality and reliability make them ideally suited for routine work in demanding applications, such as those using valuable or limited volume samples.

With intuitive operation, all the instruments in the Eppendorf centrifuge range have excellent ease-of-use and safety levels and, where appropriate, advanced compressor technology offers efficient cooling.

Eppendorf Advantage offers mean that all these instruments can now be purchased for less. Centrifuges 5418 and 5418 R are available with 15 % off.

In addition, customers can get a free aerosol-tight fixed-angle rotor for 24 x 1.5/2.0 mL tubes with each purchase of a Centrifuge 5424, 5424 R, 5430 and 5430 R, delivering overall savings of up to 24 %.

Offers are also available on New Brunswick Innova shakers, with savings of up to 18 % on the Innova 40/40R shaker and Universal platform, and further savings on other models within the range (Innova 42/42R shaker, Innova 43/43R shaker and Innova 44/44R shaker).

For a limited time only, New Brunswick HEF U410, HEF U570 and U725-G freezers can be purchased for the same price as standard models, not only giving laboratories a chance to save money but also to optimize energy consumption and reduce operating costs when storing samples.


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