Scilogex Benchtop Equipment
Lab.Equipment offers an extensive selection of Scilogex benchtop equipment all designed to enhance user efficiency and lab productivity. We carry powerful and space-saving Scilogex equipment including bottle top dispensers, dewar flasks, spectrophotometers, and more to meet a variety of laboratory requirements.
Check out electronic pipette fillers for faster liquid aspiration and dispensing, fully-autoclavable bottletop dispensers for safe dispensing of solutions, stainless steel dewar flasks for reliable storage and transport of substances either in low or high temperature conditions. We also supply high resolution spectrophotometers perfect for quality control and quantitative analysis, versatile homogenizers for reliable sample mixing and emulsification, and easy-to-program thermal cyclers offering exceptional temperature uniformity.
Find the right Scilogex benchtop equipment for your specific application by clicking on the products below.
Molecular Biology Research Head
Review on SCILOGEX SCI-L330-Pro (SK-L330-Pro) Linear LCD Digital Shaker (with basic flat platform) (7.5 Kg capacity), 100-220V, 50/60Hz, US Plug
One time I used it for straight 4 hours and I'm beyond impressed with how this shaker performed. Got it 2 months ago for a fair price, can't remember if it was discounted or something. So far it's one of my best purchases for our lab.
Review on SCILOGEX SCI-L180-E Linear Analog Shaker with 18900185 Anti-Slip Tissue Culture Flask Platform (3Kg capacity), 100-220V, 50/60Hz, US Plug
Its compact design saves ample space in our lab. My only concern is the analog control -- kinda hassle to use compared to the digital ones in the market. But overall, it's not really bad considering its shaking performance and its price.
Clinical Lab Personnel
Review on SCILOGEX SCI-O180-E Orbital Analog Shaker with 18900185 Anti-Slip Tissue Culture Flask Platform (3Kg capacity), 100-220V, 50/60Hz, US Plug
Speed is easy to adjust and unit performs a stable operation, like how it should. My only concern is it doesn't have a timer. I think I should have opted for the digital shaker instead.