Laboratories often use a mixture of certain substances to create their ideal solution. To make sure the solution is fully mixed and prepared for further analysis, mixers, stirrers, incubators and/or centrifuges are used. To assist in these processes we can offer our customers many different models. We offer for example:

Magnetic stirrers

Magnetic stirrers that can be used on solutions in a single Erlenmeyer. The magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to cause a stir bar inside the solution to spin very quickly. The field can either be created by a rotating magnet or a set of stationary electromagnets placed beneath the vessel.

Orbital and linear motion shakers

Orbital and linear motion shakers use an oscillating board that starts to shake to mix the solutions on the board. Even though these shakers are often being replaced by magnetic stirrers, they are still preferred for larger volumes.

RAYPA IRE refrigerated culture incubators maintain optimal growing conditions for microbiological and cell cultures.

The JP Selecta high volume oribital shaker uses an oscillating board to mix solutions. Shakers are mainly for high volumes.

The RAYPA Vortex shaker is ideal to stir solutions in a tube.

The RAYPA Vortex shaker is ideal to stir solutions in a tube.

The RAYPA Orbital shaker is a digital adjustable orbital shaker. It has an LCD display and it operates silent.

The RAYPA Orbital shaker is a digital adjustable orbital shaker. It has an LCD display and it operates silent.

The JP Selecta Rotaterm uses an oscillating board to mix solutions and has heater elements in the aluminium top plate.

The JP Selecta Rotaterm uses an oscillating board to mix solutions and has heater elements in the aluminium top plate.

Other products that we can offer are:

  • Tilting mixer shakers;
  • Homogeneizers;
  • Incubators;
  • Mixers;
  • Mills;
  • Orbital stirrers;
  • Rotator stirrers;
  • Vibrator stirrers;
  • Overheads;
  • Various stir bars and accessories;
  • Various stir bars and accessories;
  • Hand operated centrifuges;
  • Electronic digital control centrifuges; and
  • Microprocessor controlled centrifuges.