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Benchmark TubeRollers are designed for the gentle, thorough mixing of a variety of containers, including Vacutainers, bottles, test tubes, centrifuge tubes, and roller bottles. Both models ( 5 & 10 rollers) operate at a constant 38 rpm, which has been determined to be the optimum speed for the broadest range of mixing requirements.


As the roller mechanism rotates through each complete revolution, the right side of each roller is gently elevated about .5 in (13mm) and returns to the horizontal starting position. This additional gentle up/down motion provides a "wave" effect and guarantees that the entire sample is subjected to complete, thorough mixing end to end. This built in tilt feature provides a level of homogeneous mixing uniformity that can not be matched by any stationary roller apparatus.


From blood collection tubes to roller bottles, the TubeRollers are the ideal choice for research or clinical labs.


Technical data


Speed

Fixed 38 rpm (± 10%)

Tilt angle

± 5 °

Motion

Simultaneous roll and tilt

Operating temperature range

+4 to +40 ° C

Dimensions

TR3005: 18 X 7 X 3.5 in (45 X 18 X 9 cm)
TR3010: 18 X 14 X 3.5 in (45 X 36 X 9 cm)

Number of rollers

TR3005: 5
TR3010: 10

Weight

TR3005: 5 kg (11 lbs); TR3010: 8 kg (17.6 lbs)

Roller Dimensions

1.2 X 12.5 in./3 X 32 cm

Vessels Accepted

8mm to 200 mm diameter

Roller Spacing

5mm (rollers are on 35mm centers)

Electrical

115V or 230V, 50-60 Hz

Warranty

2 years

Typical Tube Capacities


Vessel

TR3005

TR3010

12 X 75 mm tubes

12

26

16 X 100 mm tubes

8

18

16 X 125 mm tubes

8

18

15 mL screw cap tubes

8

18

50 mL screw cap tubes

8

18

850 cm2 roller bottles

1

2

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  • Wide range of speed adjustment for a variety of applications.
  • Anti-corrosive and wear-resistant construction for use in humid and CO2 environments.
  • Easy to add or remove rollers to fit different sized tubes or bottles.
  • Stackable mechanism allows two units to be stacked for space savings.
  • Remote control box makes it easy to operate the unit while it is in an incubator.

 

Specifications:


Model

MR-02U

MR-01

Product Name

Standard Mini Roller

Stackable Mini Roller

Roller Speed

0.5~80rpm

Max. Bottle Diameter

Bottle/Tube Max. Diameter  120mm (For Standard Bottle/Tube)

Number of Rollers

6 Rollers in Standard Configuration (up to 11 total)

Roller Dimensions (DxL)

28mmx259mm

Bottle/Tube Capacity

10

Digital Display

LED Roller Speed Display

Timing Range (with Control Box)

0~999min or Continuous Running

Stackable

No

Yes

Max. Workload

6.5Kg

Max. Power

10W

Operating Temperature

4°C~60°C

Relative Humidity

95%

Net Weight

6.5Kg

Dimensions

378x360x72mm

Power Supply

AC100V~240V / 50Hz~60Hz

 

Order #

Description

MRA01

Additional Roller

MRA02

O Ring for 50 mL tube, pack of 20

MRA03

O Ring for 15 mL tube, pack of 20

MRA04

Stacking Bar for Mini Roller

MRA05

Remote Control Box

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The Stovall Low Profile Roller is designed as a compact, space saving, non-dedicated instrument which performs multiple functions in the biological research laboratory. It operates on benchtops, in high humidity and CO2 incubators, high temperatures ovens (up to 65°C) and in refrigerated units (up to 0°C).

The low profile roller provides a convenient fit into laboratory incubators, ovens and refrigerated units without rearranging shelves or disturbing other materials. The variable speed control allows speeds of 2-38 rpm during use. With its industrial grade drive train and chemical resistant finishes this low profile roller will provide many years of great service to your lab!

Warranty: 1 year
Input Voltage: 90-240V
Roller Speed: 2-38 rpm
Max Load: 4L of liquid
Ambient Temp. Operation: 0°C to 65°C

Technical Data:

  • Dimensions: 14-¼ " W x 15" D x 2 3/8" H
  • Weight: 10.5 lbs ~ 4.8 kg
  • Rollers: 1 1/8" diameter
  • Speed: 3 - 30 rpm

Available platforms increases capacity.


ACCRL0001

Single Platform Stack

ACCRL0002

Double Platform Stack

ACCRLSR10

Single Roller

ACCRLRN30

O-Ring Packet

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