Branson’s new digital CPX series of ultrasonic baths with self-adaptive technology gives you industry-leading cleaning quality, plus so much more. With digital controls and power tracking capabilities, the digital CPX series makes consistent, precise 40 kHz cleaning programmable and easy to use for any technician.
- Automatic adjustments for light or heavy loads: Each model actively tracks the bath’s operating frequency and immediately brings the tank’s frequency back to its optimum point. You get unwavering cavitation and steady activity in the bath — even when the load conditions change.
- High/low power control: You have the choice of 100% amplitude of the acoustic energy for normal applications, or 70% amplitude for delicate applications to avoid damage.
- Up to 99 minute degassing period: For extra cleaning applications like sample preparation, mixing and homogenization, dissolving solids, cell lysing, and particle dispersion.
- Energy-saving sleep mode: Automatically activates 15 minutes after cycle is complete.
- New easily accessible control tower: located above and behind the cleaning tank to avoid damage from cleaning solutions.
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UNITRON lets you buy every part of their microscopes separately so you can build your own scope from the stand up to meet a specific application. Their modular approach makes this the most flexible inspection line we’ve seen.
UNITRON’s reference guides make selection easy. Take the Z730 stereo microscope series for example. The outstanding optics, large field of view and high depth of focus reduces sample handling times so you can inspect faster and more efficiently. The selection guide details all the specifications you need to choose the right binocular or trinocular viewing head, eyepieces, objectives and adapters. The illumination guide includes options for LED and fiber optic lights. The camera guide lets you add a CMOS or CCD camera to your trinocular head. Lastly the stand guide shows you all the stands, arms and clamps you need to complete your system.
The Z850 zoom stereo microscope series features a 6.3:1 zoom ratio for industrial inspection, assembly and R&D applications. And if you get head or neck fatigue from looking through a set eyepiece for long periods of time, the Z10 zoom stereo microscope series offers heads that incline up to 35°.
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When normal adhesives are not strong enough for your products, epoxies can give you the extra power you need. Epoxies are adhesives that typically come in two parts that are inactive when separated, but become strong adhesives when mixed. This allows epoxies to be higher strength than normal adhesives. This week and next we will be talking about a few types of epoxies.
General Purpose Epoxy
These epoxies are what you need if you want a strong adhesive that can work with most materials. General purpose epoxies come in a container that stores two chemicals separately, so you can mix them together when you are ready to activate them. Once activated, they will start the hardening process, so you will need to apply it right away. If you need an even stronger bond you can also get high-strength or ultra-strength epoxies!
If you have a clear epoxy, then you can use a coloring agent to make it match your product. This can make the adhesive blend in with your product, to make it more discrete. All you need to do to use the coloring agent is to mix it with your epoxy when you are activating it, and it will take on the new color.
No-mix epoxy may seem contradictory, but in reality it just takes the concept of epoxy and tweaks it a bit. Instead of having two chemicals in a paste form that you mix to make an adhesive, you apply one paste chemical to your product and then spray it with an activator. This makes for a strong bond, but in a different way from most epoxies.
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