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Grant Instruments Launches 12 new Products for the Life-Sciences

Published: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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Grant Instruments has launched 12 new innovative life-science products to complement its existing Grant-bio range.

The new range of laboratory equipment, designed for sample preparation and molecular diagnostics, offer multi-functionality, ease of use, reliability, low energy consumption and excellent value for money.

The Grant-bio centrifuge collection is expanded with the addition of three new bench-top models: agrant-bio-products-for-the-.gif large refrigerated centrifuge capable of controlling temperature between -10°C to 25°C, the LMC-4200R, a small vortex mixer/centrifuge with maximum speed of 6000rpm, the PCV-6000 and a high-speed mini centrifuge, with maximum speed of 14,500rpm, the Microspin 12.

Brand new to the range is a compact aspirator with a 1L trap flask, the FTA-1.  The FTA-1 operates independently from an in-line lab vacuum supply, making it an ideal personal tool for DNA/RNA purification and precipitation techniques.

For those looking for dry block heating systems, Grant has extended its product range by introducing three new dry block heaters: the DB-10C for cuvettes, the DB-4S for 0.2ml tubes and strips, and the PCH-3 for 2ml tubes. The PCH-3 offers excellent temperature stability and control in the range of 30°C below ambient to 100°C.

Other new introductions include a battery operated densitometer for cell suspension turbidity measurements, the DEN-1B, an orbital shaker-incubator ES-80 for mixing and incubation of samples, a mini vertical rotator, the PTR-25, an adjustable angle and speed platform rocker, the PMR-100 and a new PCR UV cabinet, the UVT-B-AR.
 
The Grant-bio series of products can be purchased worldwide through the extensive network of Grant appointed scientific product distributors. A full range of accessories is available, making the Grant-bio product range one of the most comprehensive on the market for sample preparation and treatment.

Grant has been designing, manufacturing and distributing scientific products for 60 years and has established a worldwide reputation for high quality, reliable and robust equipment designed to satisfy the most demanding applications for research in life sciences, chemical and general laboratories.


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