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Laboratory Shakers

Companies Laboratory Shakers

Sartorius AG, Germany

The Sartorius Group is a leading international laboratory and process technology provider covering the segments of biotechnology and mechatronics. Founded in 1870, the Goettingen-based company currently employs more than 4,500 persons. The major areas of activity in its biotechnology segment focu more

Eppendorf SE, Germany

Eppendorf is a leading life science company that develops and sells instruments, consumables, and services for liquid handling, sample handling, and cell handling in laboratories worldwide. Its product range includes pipettes and automated pipetting systems, dispensers, centrifuges, mixers, spectrom more

INHECO Industrial Heating & Cooling GmbH, Germany

INHECO is a leading supplier of temperature controlled shakers, heated and cooled positions, thermal cyclers and incubators in the Lab Automation area. Our devices offer accurate temperature control, high precision in shaking and maximum flexibility. The design and manufacturing of customized device more

Products Laboratory Shakers

Stackable Shaking Incubator – Maximize Performance of Cultures and Bring Substances into Solution

Stackable Incubator Shaker ✓ Capacity-optimized platforms from 125 mL to 5L conical flasks ✓ Constant incubation conditions 24/7 ✓ more

Versatile Thermoshakers for Any Application: Mix, Heat or Cool Even Tiny Volumes

Suitable for any sample vessel, from tubes to microplates ✓ Up to 3,000 rpm ✓ Intuitive to operate ✓ Outstanding robustness, for everyday use ✓ more

Incubator Shaker Catalogue 2020/21 - Innova and New Brunswick models from Eppendorf

Discover the range of incubator shakers offered by Eppendorf available in 2020/21 more

Publications Laboratory Shakers

  • Laboratory‐acquired Vibrio cholerae O1 infection in Austria, 2008

    Clin Microbiol Infect 2010; 16: 1303–1304AbstractVibrio cholerae infection is a rare but well‐documented cause of laboratory‐associated illness. We report on the first case of indigenous cholera documented in Austria after more than fifty years. In April 2008, the National Reference Centre for V. ch more

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