Make the Ultimate Upgrade from a lab water bath to a Bead Bath
Get a Bead Bath or fill your lab water bath with Lab Armor® Beads and upgrade your entire lab experience
Lab Armor Bead Blocks
Designed for use with any standard commercially available dry bath. Incubate different kinds of tall and short vessels, wide and narrow vessels, all together. One size fits all.
Lab Armor Bead Baths
State of the art design. Breakthrough temperature control. Three sizes to choose from. No more harmful germicides. 50% more energy efficient than a water bath.
Lab Armor Chill Bucket
The ice bucket, reinvented. No more … melted ice, puddles, floating tubes or wet and contaminated samples.
Lab Armor Beads are dry, thermal metallic beads designed to replace water in any standard depth, non-circulating and non-shaking lab water bath. Beads can also be used to replace aluminum blocks in dry baths and ice in ice buckets. Beads are dry and naturally more resistant to microbial growth than water and therefore less likely to harbor and contribute to transmitting microorganisms in the laboratory.
Lab Armor Beads prevent distorted data and dangers resulting from inaccurate temperatures, evaporated lab water baths, and water-exposed contaminated samples. The Beads are designed to decrease microbial contamination that can ruin experiments or lead to safety issues in the laboratory.
Lab Armor Beads flow fluidly and can conform to all sizes and shapes of vessels placed within the bath. Vessels prone to tipping over or floating away no longer require racks, floats or bottleneck weights to secure them in place. Sample vessels can be conveniently buried into the beads to avoid temperature gradients associated with exposure to room temperature air. Bottles will rest on the surface and conical tubes will stay firmly in place in less than 1/2 inch of Beads.
Check out our new Tall Vessel Lids!
“Purchased to decrease water bath contamination. Experience has been wonderful with decreased time taken for cleaning and decreased contamination of tissue culture.
– Vanderbilt University.