The In-VitroCell CO2 Incubator line from NuAire are offered in Direct Heat and Water Jacketed temperature control models. Sizes range from 7 cubic feet (200 Liters) to 5.65 cubic feet (160 Liters). In-VitroCell CO2Incubators offer the quickest recovery times on the market and provide the reliability needed so you can concentrate on what matters; your research.
LabGard AIR Model NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet provides long lasting personnel, product, and ...
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Product specifications for LabGard Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) model NU-540 115-volt from NuAire Laboratory Equipment.
LabGard model NU-430 Class II, Type B2 Total Exhaust Biosafety Cabinet specification.
View specifications for NSF/ANSI 49 listed LabGard Model NU-427 Class II, Type B1 Biosafety Cabinet.
LabGard AIR Model NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet provides long lasting personnel, product, and environmental protection through advanced construction techniques and electronic controls.
Learn the technical side of the NU-5800 Series Direct Heat CO2 Incubator. Dimensions, performance, and more.
LabGard model NU-813 is a Class I Containment Ventilated Enclosure providing personnel protection for handling low-risk aerosols and particulate matter.
Centrifuges must be operated correctly and undergo regular maintenance in order to achieve maximum lifespan.
Updating or adding a NuWind Centrifuge program can be achieved by selecting the proper icon with your finger located on the touchscreen controls and clicking save.
Gaskets located on a NuWind Centrifuge rotor help to create a secure bond between the lid and the body of the rotor. Replacing a gasket is part of preventative maintenance that will assist as a safety
The bucket of a NuWind centrifuge features a cam action type lock to securely create a biosafety seal between the bucket and lid.
Changing a rotor on a NuWind Centrifuge can be done in as little as 10 seconds. A twist of a dial, removal of a rotor, placement of a new rotor, an audible "Click" you are done.
Removing and installing a rotor on a NuWind centrifuge is as simple as a twist of a dial and listening for an audible "Click".
Preventative maintenance such as greasing your centrifuge on a regular basis ensures a long product life and better results.
Just unpacked your NuWind Centrifuge? Learn the basic setup instructions to power on your new Centrifuge.