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1. Control And Analysis Software For The Laboratory

The high performance Grant Optima™ TX150 and TXF200 heating circulator together with the dedicated Grant Labwise™ software form a powerful combination, which makes set-up, monitoring and data logging straightforward.

Labwise™ also features real-time status windows, a graphic display of the circulators performance as a program is run, and allows data to be logged for future recall and analysis.

Labwise™ set-up features
set temperature set high and low alarms; alarms can be configured to switch a relay set reaction timer set delayed start and stop time control of output relays for refrigeration on/off control and operating ancillary equipment control of pump speed for Grant TXF200 heating circulator
Labwise™ programming features
set cool or heat time to target program values may be set graphically or numerically up to 30 segments per program set number of loops, 1 to 254 or infinite looping between selected way points programmed control of output relays for each segment, for operating ancillary equipment control of pump speed for Grant TXF200 heating circulator Labwise™ display and logging features
display of temperature/time profile on screen in real time real time zoom and scaling of graphical display logging of temperature profiles to disk for storage and subsequent analysis store programs to disk (The Labwise™ software runs on a PC (Pentium II with Windows 95 or higher) and is suitable for use with Grant TX150 and TXF200 series circulators / baths. )

2. Gerber baths for butyrometer milk testing

Robust, high precision temperature-controlled stirred bath specifically designed for use in dairy laboratories, with sufficient depth to allow immersion of Gerber butyrometers. Also suitable for general laboratory applications where a deeper tank is required.The bath has space for three purpose designed racks, each with the capacity to hold 12 butyrometers.


Exceptionally simple to use interface Digital display: four character bright LED intelligent control optimisation "ICO" for adaptive PID temperature control user recalibration facility low liquid protection
Summary specification: Temperature range ambient plus 5 to 100°C Stability ±0.05°C Electronic temperature control, with stirred circulation Capacity for up to 36 Gerber butyrometers

3. JB Academy

Ambient +5°C to 95°C 0.5°C setting resolution Keypad lock Drain tap Transparent lid 120V & 230V models available


4. The PHMT Series

are compact, efficient and highly versatile thermoshakers, ideal for applications requiring microtube and microplate heating and shaking and suitable for use in cold rooms and incubators (operating temperature range 4 to 40ºC). It is effectively three instruments in one: a microtube and microplate thermoshaker a compact benchtop incubator without shaking a microtube shaker without temperature control

Features

By combining the mixing operation with the incubation phase, reaction process times and operator workload are reduced and efficiency of many procedures is increased, resulting in a higher throughput.Available with blocks accommodating;
PHMT-PSC18 (20 x 0.5 ml plus 12 x 1.5 ml microtubes) PHMT-PSC24N (24x 1.5 ml microtubes) PHMT-PSC24 (24x 2.0 ml microtubes) PHMT-PSC32 (20x 0.2 ml microtubes and 12 x 1.5 ml microtubes) PHMT-PSC96 (96-well PCR plates) Temperature setting range: ambient + 25 to 100ºC Temperature control range: ambient + 5 above ambient to 100ºC Temperature stability ±0.1°C Shaking speed: 250 to 1400 rpm Continuous or timed operation, with alarm buzzer and automatic switch-off facility Convenient interchangeable blocks 2-line LCD display clearly indicates both set and actual values for temperature, shaking speed and time Compact and sturdy, with a low profile and small footprint - fits neatly into the workspace and provides years of reliable service The powerful motor operates extremely smoothly, quietly and consistently. Its 'soft' start prevents possible damage to samples from jolting Applications The PHMT is ideal for DNA extraction, enzymic reactions and cellular biology techniques

5. SUB Aqua Prories

PERFORMANCE › Set and Forget™ technology - fast heat-up, accurate temperature control
PRECISION › Excellent temperature stability - ±0.2°C
QUALITY › 3 year warranty. UK design and manufacture
PROTECT › User-defined high-temperature alarm - protects samples
CONVENIENT › Drain tap, tray and lid included
OPTIMISED › Heater mat technology - optimised work space and easy to clean
VALUE › Advanced dry start and run dry protection - prevents costly service repairs
ENHANCED › 3 programmable presets, countdown timer, 2 point calibration

6. T100 Series Heated Circulating Baths 1

Operating temperature range 0 to 100°C, stability ± 0.05°C
Well specified entry-level model with digital thermostatic control unit and stainless steel tank for straightforward laboratory applications requiring high precision temperature control.
Grant T100 series systems offer a choice three economy plastic (P) tanks or five stainless steel (ST) tanks with different capacities combined with the Grant Optima™ T100 digital thermostat for accurate temperature control. The Grant T100 immersion thermostat incorporates Intelligent Control Optimisation™(ICO) for adaptive intelligent PID temperature control.Simple-to-use rotor dial and two function keys for quick temperature setting and menu navigation Clear 4 digit display for instant reassurance - easy to read from a distance Visual alarm - alerts you when your attention is required Excellent temperature stability and uniformity Operating setpoint plus 3 adjustable preset temperatures for convenience User calibration facility for optimum accuracy at the required operating temperature Low liquid protection and overtemperature cut-out Cooling/heating range: ambient +5 to 99ºC with plastic (P) tank, or 0* to 100ºC with stainless steel (S) tank Stability ± 0.05ºC * operation at or below ambient temperature requires accessory cooling Note: Alternatively, the Grant Optima™ T100 immersion thermostat can also be used to regulate the temperature in vessels other than Grant tanks. Such vessels must have vertical sides and a maximum wall thickness of 35 mm for rectangular tanks, 30 mm for circular tanks (300 mm diameter) and a capacity of up to 50 litres. The control unit is attached to other vessels by means of a T clamp. Applications Grant stirred baths and circulators provide a source of precision heating and cooling for many routine and sensitive analytical procedures. All models from the TC120 upwards are suitable for use as both open and closed loop circulators (i.e. remote vessel open or closed). For more powerful heating requirements, i.e. above 200ºC, contact Grant for advice.

7. TC120 Series Heated Circulating Baths

Operating temperature range -15°C to 120°C, stability ± 0.05°C

Versatile mid-range model with digital thermostatic control unit and stainless steel tank and a comprehensive specification to suit most applications for high precision temperature control.

Grant TC120 series systems combine the versatile Grant Optima™ TC120 digital heating circulator with a choice of three economy plastic (P) tanks or five stainless steel (ST) tanks with different capacities. The Grant TC120 heating circulator incorporates Intelligent Control Optimisation™(ICO) for adaptive intelligent PID temperature control and includes a powerful integral pump, making TC120 systems suitable both for immersing samples and circulating temperature controlled fluid to external devices. It includes a convenient timer function for reaction timing and a variable high temperature alarm setting. The temperature range and heater power are automatically limited according to the liquid type selected. Simple-to-use rotor plus two keys provide access to the interactive interface for fast, accurate set-up Clear 4-digit display for instant reassurance - easy to read from a distance Visual and audible alarms alert you when your attention is required Operating setpoint plus 3 adjustable preset temperatures for convenience User calibration facility for optimum accuracy at the required operating temperature Integral pump - max. flow rate 16L/min Low liquid protection by float switch User adjustable overtemperature cut-out protects your samples and your workplace Maximum cooling/heating range (dependent on tank size): ambient +5 to 99ºC with plastic (P) tank, or -15* to 120ºC with stainless steel (ST) tank Stability ± 0.05ºC Note: *Accessory cooling is required for operation at or below ambient temperature Note: Alternatively, the Grant Optima TC120 heating circulator can also be used to regulate the temperature in vessels other than Grant tanks. Such vessels must have vertical sides and a maximum wall thickness of 35 mm for rectangular tanks, 30 mm for circular tanks (300 mm diameter) and a capacity of up to 50 litres. The control unit is attached to other vessels by means of a clamp. Applications Heated circulating baths provide a source of precision heating and cooling for many routine and sensitive analytical procedures. They are suitable for use as both open and closed loop circulators (i.e. remote vessel open or closed). Alternatively, the Grant FH series of flow heaters (closed circulators) can be used. For more powerful heating requirements, e.g. i.e. above +200ºC, see Grant high temperature baths or contact Grant for advice.

8. TX150 Series Heated Circulating Baths

The Grant Optima™ TX150 series of digitally controlled heated circulating baths provides outstanding performance for routine and sophisticated applications requiring accurate temperature control up to a maximum of 150ºC. Grant TX150 series systems combine the powerful and versatile Grant Optima™ TX150 digital heating circulator with a choice of three economy plastic (P) tanks or five stainless steel (ST)tanks with different capacities. The Grant TX150 heating circulator incorporates Intelligent Control Optimisation™ (ICO) for adaptive intelligent PID temperature control and includes a powerful integral pump, making TX150 systems suitable both for immersing samples and circulating temperature controlled fluid to external devices. The temperature range and heater power are automatically limited according to the liquid type selected. The TX150 control unit has a host of powerful and convenient programming features for optimum application flexibility. These include a convenient heater timer for early starts/late shutdowns, a programmable relay for switching external devices on/off, option for remote temperature monitoring, USB interface for PC communication and data collection, and memory capacity for one program of up to 30 segments. Full Colour QVGA TFT screen clearly displaying actual and set temperatures, pump speed and clear status icons Intuitive screen icons and menus allow fast and accurate setup USB interface allows connection to PC or laptop for programming or data logging TXPEP and TXSEP external probes for monitoringand controlling temperature of remote loads TX150 can store 1 program with 30 segments Adjustable over temperature cut-out Powerful integral pump for external fluid circulation, maximum flow 18L/min Variable high and low temperature alarm settings - configurable to switch a relay Two point calibration for optimum accuracy Optional Labwise™ PC software for program set-up, data logging and real-time graphing Maximum cooling/heating range (dependent on tank size): ambient +5 to 99ºC with plastic (P) tank, or -15* to 150ºC with stainless steel (ST) tank Stability ± 0.01ºC Note: *operation at or below ambient temperature requires accessory cooling Note: Alternatively, the Grant Optima™ TX150 heating circulator can also be used to regulate the temperature in vessels other than Grant tanks. Such vessels must have vertical sides and a maximum wall thickness of 35 mm for rectangular tanks, 30 mm for circular tanks (300 mm diameter) and a capacity of up to 50 litres. The control unit is attached to other vessels by means of a T clamp. Applications Grant heated circulating baths provide a source of precision heating and cooling for many routine and sensitive analytical procedures. They are suitable for use as both open and closed loop circulators (i.e. remote vessel open or closed). Alternatively, the Grant FH series of flow heaters (closed circulators) can be used. For more powerful heating requirements, e.g. i.e. above +200ºC, see Grant high temperature baths or contact Grant for advice.

9. XUB Series Digital Ultrasonic Baths

XUB range of digitally controlled benchtop ultrasonic baths offer consistent and reliable performance in a variety of environments such as laboratory, scientific and healthcare. Incorporating frequency LEAP technology to ensure uniform levels of ultrasonic activity throughout the fluid, these baths offer vastly improved performance giving a more accurate and precise ultrasonic process. Frequency LEAP technology provides more homogeneous ultrasonic activity throughout the tank, reducing dead spots and standing waves Heated ambient +5ºC to 70ºC

SD port allows easy validation tracking between XUB series and PC. Improved software memory logs cleaning parameters allowing easy cycle repeatability and easy traceability of cycle number, time, temperature and sonics validation LCD Display - easy to use digital LCD control panel with user - settable parameters to suit individual requirements. Intelligent software remembers last cycle cleaning setting and accurate fluid level sensors to ensure bath is not under-filled prior to or during the cycle Accurate process control of time, temperature, ultrasonic activity, degas and power Stainless steel basket - designed specifically to generate maximum ultrasonic activity, prevent items resting on the tank and prevent operators coming into contact with chemical solutions. Included as standard. Ergonomic ABS plastic lid - reduces noise volume and minimises potential of aerosol escape. Included as standard. Lid and basket form a drip collection unit, minimising flow of contaminated liquid once cycle is finished Drain valve for convenient emptying Stainless steel basket, ergonomic lid, SD card and one bottle of M2 ultrasonic solution included as standard A choice of 5 sizes Applications Healthcare/Clinical - the first stage of the decontamination process for reusable surgical instruments in dental, podiatry and general practice settings General use - glass, equipment, component cleaning, sonication of cytometer nozzles, dispersion and solubilisation Laboratories - cleaning of components, degassing fluids, mixing fluids and compounds, cell disruption, fluid dissolution Industrial - light manufacturing Biopharm - dissolution of samples



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