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THE BLOG

Updated: May 25





This exciting new product makes use of the Peltier Thermal Electric Technology (TECH-H) to both cool and heat the Lab Armor Beads. The product was originally proposed for its cooling effects, but our remarkable Engineer Josiah Breen saw that the Peltier was able to both heat and cool beads, so we modified the PDP for both hot and cold operation.

We now have our first dual threat product under the Lab Armor name that allows the customer to further optimize their use of Lab Armor Beads in one product.




Updated: May 26

The Chill Bucket is a revolutionary laboratory ice bucket that works without ice. It chills while keeping everything dry and in place, so you no longer have to worry about water-borne contamination or losing track of your samples.

Updated: May 26




Lab Armor recently partnered with the Laboratory Products Association (LPA), in conjunction with their upcoming Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, to help the Arizona Science Center outfit their learning laboratories. Lab Armor donated a 14L Bead Bath to the Center to help with their education center.


The Arizona Science Center opened in 1980 and it’s mission is to inspire, educate, and entertain people of all ages about science, with hands-on educational workshops and more than 300 exhibits at its nearly 150,000 square-foot facility located in Phoenix, Arizona.




The Laboratory Products Association member companies are manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers of lab products and services such as glass and plasticware, chemicals, equipment and supplies used in scientific research and applied science and life science worldwide.

Members attending this year’s LPA Meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona have donated more that $70,000 in financial contributions and laboratory equipment.