Your samples are valuable, just like the equipment you use.
The Rebel Logic+ Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) promotes comfort and safety by improving ergonomics when viewing cell culture samples with Echo’s Rebel microscope
Labconco’s new FreeZone Freeze Dryer Configurator puts expertise at your fingertips
Lyophilizing (or freeze drying) samples is a common laboratory practice, but that doesn’t mean the equipment it requires should be ordinary
Freeze drying, or lyophilizing, is an ideal method for evaporating or drying a heat sensitive sample, but it can be difficult to determine when the freeze drying process has reached complete dryness, or “end point.”
The evaporation or concentration of samples is a common step in many sample preparation methods. Concentration of the sample happens when the sample undergoes evaporation and is often required as a final step before analysis.
Labconco Corporation has combined its patented fully-featured Protector Hood design with Erlab’s GreenFumeHood (GFH) Technology to deliver a multi-use fume hood that requires no ducting. The Protector Echo delivers safety, energy savings, and adaptability to ever-changing laboratory spaces.
Abstract: A new Type of Class II BSC has emerged that will simplify the selection process and provide true flexibility in modern laboratories needing both chemical and biological protection. Along with 3rd party validation in biological challenges by NSF International®, the Purifier Axiom Class II BSC was put under
ASHRAE 110 containment testing for chemical hazards to verify its ability to handle chemical hazards as well as a fume hood.
Labconco Corporation, Kansas City, Missouri, is pleased to announce its 90th Anniversary this year. Laboratory Construction Company, as it was first named, was founded by Phil Goldfisch and Ralph Callaway and started out in a small garage in downtown Kansas City back in 1925. The first products were Kjeldahl apparatus which made sense being in one of the largest milling towns used by local milling companies in the area.
Water conservation has become a topic of interest in modern lab design. And in keeping up with current market needs, Labconco researched lab water usage and discovered one major sink hole — glass pipet washing.