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CHU20 Maxi-Cooled: High speed, high resolution electrophoresis with the maxi-cooled horizontal

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Scie-Plas™ Green Range™ horizontal gel electrophoresis units offer the ultimate standards in innovative design and manufacture, acquired during our 20-year existence. The Scie-Plas Green Range horizontal gel electrophoresis units currently comprise models with gel tray sizes ranging from 6 x 7.5 to 25 x 30cm. All models incorporate many design and safety features recommended by scientists, either from within our in-house product development team or laboratories worldwide. As a result, all our models are manufactured and finished to the highest specification, easy to use, and, with safety always paramount, CE-marked - conforming to European safety regulations.

The CHU20 Maxi-cooled horizontal gel unit is ideal for rapid, large-scale preparatory and analytical electrophoresis techniques. In addition to having the same 20 x 20cm gel-casting tray, 168-sample throughput, buffer recirculation ports and gel-casting features of its HU20 counterpart, the CHU20 has a labyrinthine cooling base situated directly within the tank. Once the gel is made, the gel-casting tray is simply lowered onto the cooling base, which may be connected either to the laboratory water supply or the optional JULABO chiller, optimised for enhanced cooling, allowing the user to perform high-voltage electrophoretic separations faster and further without compromising resolution.

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Complete System
Maxi-cooled horizontal gel unit with removable casting tray, including casting gates with integral silicone seals, 2 x 1mm thick, 16-sample combs, coloured loading strips and buffer recirculation ports
Unit Dimensions (W x L x H): 27 x 47.5 x 8cm
Gel Size (W x L): 20 x 20cm
Buffer Volume: 2200ml
Maximum Sample Capacity: 168
Recommended Power Supplies: Consort EV243
Product CHU20 Maxi-Cooled: High speed, high resolution electrophoresis with the maxi-cooled horizontal
Company Scie-Plas Ltd
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