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    • New electrically conductive bioink
    • Great printability
    • Cell viability
    • Provides a milieu for mammalian cells that resembles their native environment
    • Presents new opportunities for organ model development including muscular contraction models and nerve repair studies.

     

    • Maximum Isolation: Multiple variable density layers of sound-damping material ensure substantial isolation of high and low frequency acoustic noise.
    • Sound Structure: Dense welded steel frame provides increased stiffness and reduces ground-borne vibration transference.
    • Full Accessibility: Ease of access (<5 Lb force opening door) and maneuverability (caster wheels) allows time-critical research to become seamless.
    • Limitless Personalization: Upgrades for performance, environmental, usability, and accessibility features available.

     

    • Single or triple axis vibration sensor
    • Broadband acoustic microphone
    • Triple axis EMI sensor
    • Compact, highly portable carrying case
    • Analog-to-digital converter
    • WaveCatcher signal analysis software with compact computer

     

    • Isolates All Vibrations: Sub-hertz active vibration isolation in all six degrees of freedom.
    • Research-Grade Technology: Advanced piezoelectric sensory technology providing uncompromising isolation performance.
    • Plug-n-Play System: Automatic load adjustment ensures seamless user experience.
    • Real Time Results: LCD display of real-time vibration levels, weight distribution, and other programmable features.
    • Active > Passive: Lack of low frequency resonance and being 500 times stiffer means much better performance than passive systems.
    • Simple Integration: Lowest profile active vibration isolation available (at 3.3″ H).
    • Focus On The Research: No installation or maintenance required, simply plug-and-play!

     

    • Co- and counter-rotating twin screws
    • Integrated viscosity measurement (with HAAKE PolySoft OS)
    • Automatic bypass operation for circulation/extrusion
    • Pneumatic feeding
    • Local control via tablet (Android®) for  intuitive operation
    • Split barrel exit for easy cleaning
    • Compact enough to fit into laboratory fume hood’

     

  • for Identification of Explosives, Hazmat, Narcotics and More

    • Customized Libraries
    • Nondestructive Analysis
    • Critical Component Mixture ID
    • On-board Camera
    • Connectivity
    • Safety Info on Screen
    • Touch Screen Quick Notes
    • TacticOne Response®

     

     

  • The INKREDIBLE Bioprinter has been optimized to print Skin and Cartilage tissue, however, the sky is the limit on what tissues you can print. The world is waiting to see what you will print next.

    • Dual Printheads
    • Clean Chamber Technology
    • UV-crosslinking system

     

  • BIO X is the new go-to 3d bioprinter for life science companies, researchers and innovators who work with bioprinting. Built to meet the needs of today’s bio-scientists, BIO X’s responsive Neocortex M1 internal computer coupled with HeartOS, the most powerful bioprinting operating system out there, allows the user to orchestrate the intricate process of building human tissues. BIO X is the most user friendly bioprinter on the market and a complete standalone product.

    • Heated print heads
    • Cooled print heads
    • Heated print bed
    • Cooled print bed
    • Clean Chamber Technology
    • Piston driven syringe head
    • Pneumatic print heads
    • Multi well plate printing
    • Touch screen control

     

  • Portable Raman System for Content and Blend Uniformity

    • Versatile STRaman technology with high sensitivity and high-throughput for see-through, transmission, or conventional Raman Spectroscopy
    • Easy-to-use 21 CFR Part 11 compliant software for quick results and reporting
    • Portability for in-line, at-line, or laboratory analysis
    • Customizable sample holders to accommodate any sample dimension
    • Step by step, easy to follow quantitative modeling and method development

     

    • An inverted beam path allows liquid samples to be placed on the fixed plane of the stage for quick and repeatable measurements.
    • The motorized sample stage also facilitates the mounting of environmental enclosures and other accessories.
    • Bulky samples that would be challenging to investigate underneath a conventional microscope objective turret can be accommodated by placing them on the stage of the alpha300 Ri.
    • Compatible with other microscopy techniques including: fluorescence, differential interference contrast (DIC) and phase-contrast
    • Features all the unique and established imaging and spectroscopy capabilities of the WITec alpha300 R series.
    • Non-destructive imaging technique: no staining of fixation of the sample required

     

    • Provides easy adaptability to MALDI mass spectrometry
    • Important in ligand fishing experiments
    • Sensor chip is not compromised

     

     

    • Maximum current up to 1A with additional booster options ranging from 2A-20A
    • 2µs time base for faster data acquisition and scan rates
    • Additional analog filter selections on current and voltage channels for superior signal/noise measurements

     

  • Reichert and the PAR Potentiostat

    • Maximum current up to 1A with additional booster options ranging from 2A-20A
    • 2µs time base for faster data acquisition and scan rates
    • Additional analog filter selections on current and voltage channels for superior signal/noise measurements

     

    • To Flow Cell – Headless Nut 10-32 for 1/6″ O.D. Tubing
    • Total Volume: 25µL (Volume occupied by Counter Electrode 7uL) Wetted Materials
    • Tubing – PEEK™
    • Flow Cell – Acetal Copolymer (Delrin)
    • Counter Electrode – Platinum
    • Working Electrode – Gold SPR Sensor Slide
    • Reference Electrode – Ceramic Porous Junction

     

    • Surface plasmon field enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy
    • Extremely sensitive and effective tool for detecting and quantifying biomolecular binding
    • Left and right fluid path imaged after binding FITC labeled antibody to sensor slide surface.
    • features a quartz window in each of the fluidic pathways to enable SPR experiments combined with Photochemistry/ Fluorescence.

     


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Spectra Research Corporation (SRC) offers a range of innovative high-quality scientific products and laboratory services to industrial and scientific markets throughout Canada.

Established in 1993, SRC is a subsidiary of Allan Crawford Associates (ACA), one of Canada’s largest distributors of electronic components, test equipment and integrated networking solutions.

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