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Company Major Science
Item Incubator with Reciprocal Shaker
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Description MULTI-FUN Incubator is a compact benchtop and stackable multi-function incubator. It uses a microprocessor controller with a large display screen to accurately control temperature and agitation speed. Air circulation inside to evenly distribute temperature in the incubator. Temperature can be easily calibrated from the microprocessor controller. Built in maintenance-free stepping motor for hybridization, rotisserie rotation, orbital, reciprocal, rocking or vortexing/shaking.
Info Major ScienceMajor Science
No. 7, Hwai-Der Street
Pan-Chiao City, Taipei, Taiwan
Customer Service: 886-2-2256-6980
Fax Number: 886-2-2256-6942
Web Site: http://www.major-sci.com
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