Yale University transforms their existing lab water bath into a Lab Armor Bead Bath. The Yale lab also uses a Lab Armor Chill Bucket to replace their ice bucket, so they can eliminate floating samples.
The University of Maryland uses a Lab Armor Chill Bucket with Beads. Replacing their old ice bucket with a Lab Armor Chill Bucket for their samples.
The University of Maryland uses Lab Armor Beads in their laboratory water bath. Turning their traditional lab water bath into a Lab Armor Bead Bath.
Lab Armor Beads prevent distorted data and dangers resulting from inaccurate temperatures, evaporated 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 can be used safely in many labs for water bath replacement.
Lab Armor Beads help eliminate a major contamination risk that is present in laboratories due to water. This video details how to properly perform routine maintenance and cleaning.
Use a Lab Armor Bead Bath for incubation above 50ºC up to 80ºC to avoid uneven temperature gradients typical of most conventional water baths. Lab Armor Beads also work in other instruments including freezers, refrigerators, ice buckets and ovens at temperatures from -80º to 180º C.
Lab Armor Beads are dry, thermal metallic beads designed to replace water in any standard depth, non-circulating and non-shaking laboratory water bath. Quick start video guide for the easy setup of a Lab Armor Bead Bath.
While all lab water baths will have temperature gradients, Lab Armor Beads keep your samples better protected. Learn how Lab Armor Beads perform better than water in lab water baths.