Laboratory shakers are the preferred method of blending samples inside tubes and flasks. Yet even though they have a universal function, not all laboratory shakers are equal for each task. Precision in the shaking motion is essential for many lab applications.
There are generally five types of shakers and they include: rocking, rolling, rotating, and orbital and wrist action. The most commonly used orbital, provides a smooth continuous motion for uniform mixing. For a side-to-side motion with simple agitation try a reciprocating or dual-action tool. Delicate samples require a rotating motion. If you want to duplicate the effect of hand mixing, it’s all about a wrist-action product. The rocking tool creates a gentle uniform mixing with its see-saw motion.
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