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1. Justification for protection against passing off of cpr & aed certification course

The purpose of the tort and statutory protection against passing off is twofold: first, it protects the plaintiffs' proprietary rights in the goodwill of their business; and second, it protects the public interest in ensuring that consumers are not misled as to the source of goods or services. In this respect, passing off encroaches on both competition law and consumer protection law.

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Professor David Vaver suggests generally that "the basic theory of the tort is to prevent the disruption of economic relations by deliberate or innocent misrepresentations that deceive or confuse consumers in their marketplace decisions." Vaver also notes the centrality and complementarity of both purposes in the tort of passing off and trade-mark law: The role of passing-off is therefore to rectify the likely harms one trader suffers from the acts of another that mistakenly deflect consumers from dealing with the former or his products or services. Although the tort grew up to protect the interests of traders rather than consumers, the less it works to prevent consumer confusion, the more it becomes merely a law protecting traders from unfair competition.

That goal may be what other torts, such as conspiracy or unlawful interference with economic relations, and Competition Act provisions regulating false and misleading advertising practices aim at. Passing-off need not replicate their aspirations. Protection against competitionIn Ciba-Geigy the Supreme Court of Canada explained the purpose of the law.

In exploring the function of passing off as an action against competition, the Court cited Salmond on Torts with endorsement: the courts have wavered between two conceptions of a passing off action as a remedy for the invasion of a quasi-proprietary right in a trade name or trade mark, and as a remedy, analogous to the action on the case for deceit, for invasion of the personal right not to be injured by fraudulent competition. The true basis of the action is that the passing off injures the right of property in the plaintiff, that right of property being his right to the goodwill of his business. The Court went on to say: The purpose of the passingoff action is thus also to prevent unfair competition.

One does not have to be a fanatical moralist to understand how appropriating another person's work, as that is certainly what is involved, is a breach of good faith. However, the action of passing off (and the law of trademarks in general) is not a substitute for unfair competition laws. The Supreme Court noted in a subsequent case, Kirkbi AG v.

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Ritvik Holdings Inc. (popularly known as the Lego/Mega Bloks case), that "the purpose of a trade-mark . is the protection of the distinctiveness of the product, not of a monopoly on the product.

" Furthermore, "trade-marks law is not intended to prevent the competitive use of utilitarian features of products, but . fulfills a source-distinguishing function." Protection for consumersWhile the law of passing off historically developed to protect sellers of goods and services, it has also taken on a dimension of consumer protection.

In Mattel Inc v 3894207 Canada Inc (a case involving the Barbie trademark), the Supreme Court commented on this aspect: However, whatever their commercial evolution, the legal purpose of trade-marks continues (in terms of s. 2 of the Trade-marks Act, R.S.

C. 1985, c. T-13) to be their use by the owner "to distinguish wares or services manufactured, sold, leased, hired or performed by him from those manufactured, sold, leased, hired or performed by others".

It is a guarantee of origin and inferentially, an assurance to the consumer that the quality will be what he or she has come to associate with a particular trade-mark (as in the case of the mythical "Maytag" repairman). It is, in that sense, consumer protection legislation. Due to the nature of trademark law as a consumer protection measure, there is some debate as to whether "post-sale confusion" (as in the case of a consumer knowingly purchasing counterfeit goods but fooling others into thinking they are the real thing) should be an actionable trademark infringement or considered under the tort of passing off.

Some observers suggest that trademark law would be better served and more consistent by making post-sale confusion an actionable infringement. Others suggest that post-sale confusion should not be actionable, or that other laws may be better suited to protect manufacturers from counterfeit goods. In Canada, post-sale confusion is not a cause for action under either the Trade-marks Act or the common law tort of passing off.

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2. Arterial roads of cpr & aed certification course

Albion RoadAlbion Road was created as a private road for French teacher Jean du Petit Pont de la Haye (17991872) to his estate in the area (the plank road was built in 1846 by Weston Plank Road Company from Musson's Bridge over Humber River to Bolton). Originally called Clairville, it was renamed for the Albion Township, which was the eastern third of the present-day (since 1973/1974) boundaries of Caledon.

The road is located within Toronto, starting at the intersection of Weston Road and Walsh Avenue (continues eastward as Wilson Avenue) and heads northwest to Albion and Steeles (becoming County Road 50). The beginning of the road is Walsh Avenue, a short connector between Albion Road and Wilson Avenue. The intersection at Weston Road and Walsh Avenue is a ramp with two traffic lights for Albion Road/Walsh Avenue and none for Weston Road.

Albion Road northwest of Highway 27 was formerly Highway 50, but later became Peel Regional Road 50 and Simcoe County Road 50. The northern end of Highway 50 is Ontario Highway 89 by the town of New Tecumseth in Simcoe County. Albion Road is served by TTC route 73C and the southern section is served by route 118.

Danforth RoadDanforth Road is a historically related arterial street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Danforth Road splits off Danforth Avenue west of Warden Avenue and runs diagonally northeast until south of Lawrence Avenue, where it continues as McCowan Road. McCowan Road ends at Baseline Road located in Georgina, which is the northernmost municipality in York Region.

Line 2 BloorDanforth of the Toronto subway runs just north of Danforth Avenue from the Don River as far as Main Street station, before gradually veering north as it heads east. The route is also served by TTC route 16. Kingston RoadKingston Road is the southernmost major road along the eastern portion of Toronto, specifically in the district of Scarborough.

Until 1998, it formed a portion of Highway 2. The name of the street is derived from Kingston, Ontario, as the road was the primary route used to travel from Toronto to the settlements east of it situated along the shores of Lake Ontario; in the west end of Kingston, this highway was referred to as the York Road (referring to Toronto) until at least 1908. Due to its diagonal course near the shore of Lake Ontario, the street is the terminus of many arterial roads in eastern Toronto, both eastwest and northsouth, with a few continuing for a short distance after as minor residential streets.

However, Lawrence Avenue continues as a major arterial for a considerable distance beyond it. Kingston Road is served by Toronto Transit Commission routes 502/503/22A, 12, 102 and 86/86E/905. Rexdale BoulevardRexdale Boulevard is a short, but major eastwest but mostly diagonal roadway in Rexdale, a neighbourhood in Toronto, and begins as a spur road off Islington Avenue just north of the 401.

This spur originally began in the former village of Weston as a road northwest to what would later become Brampton, Ontario. The current road passes through a mostly light industrial stretch of north Etobicoke. West of Highway 427, Rexdale Boulevard becomes Derry Road and enters the city of Mississauga.

Derry is also signed as Peel Regional Road 5, an eastwest route that travels the entire length of the city of Mississauga and Peel Region. Derry Road is the northern boundary of Toronto Pearson International Airport. The intersection of Derry and Airport Road was once the site of Malton, itself a part of Mississauga.

West of the intersection with Mavis Road, the road makes a large arc around the former village of Meadowvale. The bypassed stretch was renamed Old Derry Road and can also be seen in a small stretch of Syntex Crescent. Derry Road is named for the "lost village" of Derry West, which was located around the Hurontario Street and Derry intersection.

Derry West was named after Derry in Northern Ireland and home of many settlers in the area. West of Highway 407, Derry Road enters Halton Region as Halton Regional Road 7. This stretch of road is mainly rural except for the section between James Snow Parkway and Tremaine Road in Milton.

After passing through another rural stretch, the road ends at Milburough Line in the town of Carlisle in Hamilton (formerly in Flamborough before amalgamating with Hamilton in January 2001). The street is served by TTC route 37A, a branch of 37 Islington.

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1. World War II and post-war service of cpr & aed certification course In September 1939 RV George Bligh was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to a Boom Defence Vessel (Pennant number Z178). The primary function of a Boom Defence Vessel was to lay and maintain steel anti-torpedo or anti-submarine nets. Nets could be laid around an individual ship at anchor, or around harbors or other anchorages. At around 11 A.M. on the morning of 3 February 1940 HMT George Bligh was attacked by enemy aircraft while operating off Gorleston, near Great Yarmouth. At the time, the primary role of HMT George Bligh, was to check the papers of all vessels, before they entered the harbour. In January 1942 HMT George Bligh was listed among many similar Boom Defence Vessels allocated to the Scapa Flow Auxiliary Patrol (Orkney). In December 1945 George Bligh was returned to her former owner, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (United Kingdom). In 1947 she was sold to Inch Fishing Co Ltd, Granton Edinburgh and renamed "Inchkenneth". She was re-registered to Granton as GN 26. On 13 November 1954, George Bligh was sold as scrap to the British Iron & Steel Corporation (BISCO) for 2400, and arrived at Charlestown, Fife. She was subsequently scrapped by Shipbreaking Industries Ltd at Charlestown. ------ 2. Demographics of cpr & aed certification course In the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Rocky View County recorded a population of 39,407 living in 13,042 of its 13,620 total private dwellings, a 10.2% change from its 2011 population of 35,754. With a land area of 3,836.33 km2 (1,481.22 sq mi), it had a population density of 10.3/km2 (26.6/sq mi) in 2016. Rocky View County's 2013 municipal census counted a population of 38,055, a 6.4% increase over its adjusted 2011 federal census population of 35,754. Its previous 2006 municipal census counted a population of 34,597. In the 2011 Census, Rocky View County had a population of 36,461 living in 12,077 of its 12,810 total dwellings, a 9.9% change from its 2006 adjusted population of 33,173. With a land area of 3,885.41 km2 (1,500.17 sq mi), it had a population density of 9.4/km2 (24.3/sq mi) in 2011. Following Airdrie's 2011 annexation, Statistics Canada adjusted Rocky View County's 2011 population downward by 707 people to 35,754. ------ 3. MacTier Subdivision of cpr & aed certification course The MacTier subdivision is a major rail line owned and operated by Canadian Pacific. The line stretches 126.9 mi (204.2 km) from Toronto to MacTier in northern Muskoka. The MacTier subdivision is the easternmost section of CPR's present-day transcontinental route and is the railroad's only connection between its eastern and western holdings, fully in Canada. The route is single-track in its entirety and hosts only freight rail service. Between 1955 and 1978 the MacTier subdivision hosted CPR's premier transcontinental passenger train, Canadian, from Toronto to Vancouver. Operation of the Canadian was transferred to VIA Rail in 1978, which switched over to CNR's Newmarket Subdivision, rejoining the former CPR route at Parry Sound, 23 mi (37 km) north of MacTier. . ------ 4. Operation of cpr & aed certification course The CBKC was created as successor to the agreements of the former Brazil Kennel Club and now congregates state federations and Kennel Clubs, which correspond to about ninety associations based in capitals and several municipalities in Brazil. The confederation promotes events such as training shows for purebred dogs, work tests for trained dogs, agility, etc., and paid services such as kennel registration, pedigree (the blue one) emittion to dogs of pure breeds recognized by the system which the confederation represents (the FCI), and emittion of the so-called Certificate of Racial Purity (CPR - Certificado de Pureza Racial) which was called single register (RI - Registro Inicial) and is a registration document (the brown one) granted for dogs without any knowned pedigree which are approved by the visual evaluation of three judges in cases where the dog's anatomy is in accordance with what is described in the official standard of the breed. ------ 5. Career of cpr & aed certification course Burger's first recording, Anthony Burger at the Lowrey Organ, was released in 1975 when he was 14 years old. He recorded with The Celestials on their album Ole Fashion Gospel in 1976. He joined the Kingsmen Quartet at age sixteen and remained with them until 1992. During that time, Burger recorded nineteen projects with the group and was voted the Favorite Pianist in the Singing News Fan Awards for an unprecedented ten years. The award was renamed the "Anthony Burger Award" for several years after that. During this period, Burger presented the award to the winner each year, but was ineligible to receive it. In 1992, Burger left the Kingsmen Quartet to pursue a career as a solo pianist. He joined the Gaither Homecoming Tour the following year and was featured on more than 65 Homecoming videos. Burger continued to release piano solo recordings and headline concerts, but his solo schedule was balanced by about 80 Gaither Homecoming dates per year. Adding more variety to his schedule, Burger formed an impromptu sideline group with Ivan Parker and Kirk Talley around 1998 called "The Trio." The group performed at several events each year. (Shane Dunlap later replaced Parker.) Burger was known throughout his career to tell of how God healed his hands and playing the piano was his way of praising God. During the course of his career, Anthony teamed up with gospel Sax-Man Dan Traxler and the duo was well on their way to establishing yet another pinnacle in his already impressive career. With over 100 tracks to their credit, Dan and Anthony were two musicians who really understood each other. Over the course of his career, Mr. Burger released a number of piano folios, permitting fellow keyboard players to perform his arrangements. The Hazelton Brothers piano company honored Mr. Burger just after the turn of the century when they began offering an "Anthony Burger Signature" model. Then in late 2005, Steinway & Sons announced that Mr. Burger was being added to their exclusive roster of endorsing artists, making him the first Southern Gospel pianist to ever hold that honor. ------ 6. Discography of cpr & aed certification course 45 vinyl singles"Hornet's Nest/My Hearse (Is Double Parked)",1989 Scarab Records #S-001 "Monkey Cage Girl/Pretty Boys", 1991 Scarab Records #S-004 "Psychedelic Monster/Dead Mary", 1991 Scarab Records #S-005 "Slow Death/Dirty Bitch", 1993 Scarab Records #S-006 "Alice Dee/Spider and The Fly", 1994 Weed Records Weed 011 France "Devil's Weed(Haunted Hausmann)/Tamala (Searchin' For.)" (written by Brian Goodman while he was in The Projectiles), 1995 Screaming Apple Records SCAP No. 034 Germany "Naked (And Waiting)/Backwash Beach", 1995 Cacophone Records, CPR 45003 "Problems/Drambuie", 1996 Cacophone Records, CPR 45005Vinyl EPsThe Second Coming Of 1313 Mockingbird Lane, 1989 Scarab Records SCARAB-002 Froot Boots, 1993, Scarab Records #S-007Vinyl LPHave Hearse Will Travel, 1990 Who's Driving My Plane/Sundazed WD40 Have Hearse Will Travel, remastered with bonus tracks 2016 Cacaphone RecordsCDTriskaidekaphobia, 1993 Midnight Records, MIRCD 152CompilationsWhats All The Fuzz About, cassette, What Wave magazine, ww-07, 1989 Some Kinda Weirdos In That Cave There!, cassette, Cryptic Tymes magazine, 1993 Ultra Swank: Cacophone Sound Action Sampler 1999, CD, Cacophone Records, 1999 ------ 7. Pediatric advanced life support of cpr & aed certification course Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) is a 2-day (with an additional self study day) American Heart Association training program co-branded with the American Academy of Pediatrics. The goal of the course is to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes. Professional healthcare providers use PALS during the stabilization and transportation phases of a pediatric emergency, in or out of hospital. Skills taught include recognition and treatment of infants and children at risk for cardiopulmonary arrest; the systematic approach to pediatric assessment; effective respiratory management; defibrillation and synchronized cardioversion; intraosseous access and fluid bolus administration; and effective resuscitation team dynamics. PETA has criticized the use of animals in PALS training which the organization calls "cruel and unnecessary". PETA says that hundreds of PALS training centers have begun using simulators in response to concerns regarding the animals' welfare. The American Heart Association neither endorses nor requires the use of animals in intubation training. ------ 8. Eholt of cpr & aed certification course Eholt is a ghost town in British Columbia, Canada, 14 km from present day Greenwood. It was named for Louis Eholt, the man who provided the land for the village. The town of Eholt was founded in 1898 and served as a CPR headquarters for the hauling of copper mined in nearby Phoenix. At its peak Eholt had a population of 300 and boasted five hotels, three restaurants, a livery, a butcher shop, a drug store, a clothing and dry goods store, a blacksmith shop and other amenities. Eholt's initial prosperity did not last long, however. A CPR strike in 1908 was enough to drive many of the townsfolk away. The town clung for survival until 1912 when a fire broke out. Later that year, most of the CPR facilities were moved to Grand Forks. Eholt died in 1949 with the closing of its post office. By this time the population had dwindled to 17. Today, all that remains of Eholt is a cement pillar, the foundations of the station and section house, and a commemorative sign in the midst of farm land. The foundation of the third water tower still stands about 700 metres to the east of the station foundation. The former CPR right-of-way is now the Trans Canada Trail/Spirit of 2010 Trail, and may be enjoyed by hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and cross-country skiers in winter months. ------ 9. Course Structure of cpr & aed certification course To obtain the qualification, two units must be passed. Unit one consist of training in swimming pool supervision, the principles of lifesaving and basic first aid. For new candidates, a minimum of thirty one hours of training must have been undertaken. Unit one is assessed by an external trainer assessor. Unit two assesses the practical application of the techniques learnt in unit one, with a minimum of seven hours of work being required to pass. It is assessed on an ongoing basis by a qualified trainer assessor. To obtain the qualification, both units must be passed within six months of each other. The qualification lasts for 2 years from the date of issue and a further 20 hours of training must be completed before a lifeguard applies for renewal. In 2018 the latest version of the RLSS UK NPLQ was launched called 'Generation 9'. As the most sophisticated pool lifeguarding qualification yet, it is endorsed by CIMSPA and is currently the UKs only professional standard qualification for lifeguards. The previous update to the RLSS UK NPLQ was in 2012, which led to an unprecedented reduction in drownings in lifeguarded swimming pools in the UK to zero . This update, referred to as the 8th edition, was introduced that combined unit 1 & 2 into a single unit. Revision 8 also incorporated changes that rationalized the structure, some subjects were added, some removed or amended. The training material was completely revised together with the training material. An optional AED add-on is now available in revision 8. All trainer/assessors need to attend an update in order to train or assess RLSS UK NPLQ going forward as revision 7 was withdrawn in 2013. ------ 10. Health of cpr & aed certification course While exercising with friends on April 21, 2015, Wylie collapsed and was unresponsive. One of the friends he was training with, Billy Griggs, was certified in CPR and immediately began chest compressions until medical attention arrived on scene. Paramedics administered a defibrillator but were unsuccessful in resuscitating Wylie. After first responders injected his heart with epinephrine, Wylie's heart started again. He was immediately transferred to Charlotte, North Carolina hospital where doctors diagnosed him as having suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. Wylie was put into a medically induced coma and began a treatment known as therapeutic hypothermia in order to cool his brain and body to 90 degrees in order to reduce any possible brain damage. After two days, Wylie woke up from his coma and was released from the hospital nine days later. He has made a full recovery but continues to wear an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator pacemaker. He had no symptoms of heart disease except for experiencing a few dizzy spells a few days before the incident. Doctors gave Wylie a clean bill of health, saying he had no heart or brain damage.
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
Whether you are using a magnetic stirrer or a bar stirrer, the stirring parameters and purpose will help you determine which equipment is best for your application. Various shakers are available for laboratory use, each with its own characteristics that make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to rotate and then agitate (flea) the stirrer immersed in liquid. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to move a stirring bar through liquid samples. The stirring rods are moved by another rotating magnet or a group of electromagnets in the stirring device under the vessel containing the liquid. Likewise, if there are solid particles or crystals in the sample, the magnetic stirrer can grind them between the stirrer and the glass. For example, if the sample is particularly viscous or an increase in viscosity is expected during an experiment, magnetic stirring is likely to be insufficient for the stirring process. Depending on several factors, approaching higher speeds on some magnetic stirrers can cause disconnection, causing the stirrer bar to bounce around the rim of the base of the vessel instead of intentionally rotating to create flow. The magnetic stirrer can stir in both open and closed containers. The effect is best in a flat-bottomed container, ensuring the smooth rotation of the stirring rod and the closest contact with the magnetic stirrer. Magnetic stirrers are rod-shaped, usually with octagonal or circular cross-sections, although there are various special shapes to improve stirring efficiency. Magnetic stirrers are commonly used in chemistry and biology, and they can be used to stir sealed containers or systems without the need for complex rotating seals. They are more popular than gear agitators because they are quieter, more efficient and have no moving external parts damaged or worn (except for the simplest bar magnets). Since glass does not significantly affect the magnetic field, and most chemical reactions are carried out in glass vials or beakers, the stirring rod works well in glassware commonly used in laboratories. The limited rod size means that the magnetic stirrer can only be used for relatively small experiments, 4 liters or less. Due to its small size, the mixer is easier to clean and disinfect than other mixing equipment. Although according to the needs of different users, there are more types of magnetic stirrers on the market, such as single magnetic stirrers, which have basic functions and are easy to use. Integrated stirring system The magnetic stirrer with heating and double control allows independent adjustment of the heating temperature and stirring speed. Submersible Shakers - Sealed shakers that are suitable for immersion in water or oil and can be used over a wide temperature range. Biological Shakers: Designed specifically for shaking biological samples such as cell cultures. Optional accessories The laboratory magnetic stirrer is equipped with a Teflon-coated stirring rod, support arm, adjustable thermometer arm, extension bar, test jar support. The magnetic stirring rod is 1" long (diameter 8mm*length 25mm), which is the size most commonly used as a stirrer accessory. Features excellent quality-the stainless steel stirring rod of this overhead magnetic stirrer is durable and does not corrode or rust , It helps to obtain the most accurate mixing results even in very demanding applications. Powerful motor brings excellent performance-made of high-quality steel, the powerful motor of this electric stirrer can keep longer The service life and drive the mixer at 0 2000 rpm, it is very suitable for any complex stirring tasks in the whole process, reaction or mixing process. Large volumes or more viscous liquids usually require mechanical stirring (eg stir bar). If you are mixing low viscosity liquids in high volumes, a rod mixer may be the right choice for you. Agitators with a viscosity close to water can be agitated with both magnetic and bar agitators, but mixing with a higher viscosity is where the bar agitator shows up best. You can use it to mix liquids or low viscosity liquids to get a homogeneous liquid mixture. Hot plates can be used to mix a wide variety of samples for different purposes. A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirring plate is commonly used in laboratories to ensure that liquid samples are uniform in consistency and temperature. The speed of the magnetic field is user-controlled, so it can be adjusted for the specific sample being mixed. Unless otherwise indicated, both magnetic and bar stirrers set the maximum volume based on the viscosity of the water. The cell shaker fits standard 10mm spectral cells and provides fast vertical and horizontal mixing with minimal shaking when placed on a magnetic stirrer. Circulus (tm) magnetic stirrers provide strong turbulence at relatively low speeds, low surface contact and excellent centering characteristics, especially in vessels with a convex bottom. The protruding sphere in the center of the rod raises the agitator blades during rotation and therefore reduces the contact surface, allowing the magnet to rotate freely without stopping. There are triple hooks that use cobalt samarium to provide a stronger connection to the stirrer's internal magnet and reduce the chance of rod twisting. These rods provide more torque and can be useful in applications where high volumes or high viscosity fluids are used. Only available from rare earth elements (samarium-cobalt), the shape and strength of the magnet make these rods especially suitable for viscous solutions. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, micromixers (flea) are especially useful for environmental testing and life sciences applications where small sample volumes need to be prepared and evaluated. Cross rods are generally suitable for stable deep vortex mixing and are a good all-round option. The bar is located at the bottom of the vessel, so it can also be useful in stimulating sedimentation. Place the bowl in the center of the stirring plate and place the stirring bar in the center of the bowl. For an optimal connection, select a container with a thin bottom to minimize the distance between the rod and the drive magnet. The length of the rod should be approximately equal to the size of the magnet to avoid unwinding. The size of the magnet inside the agitator, which can be called a drive magnet, is of great importance when sizing the agitator rod. Some manufacturer's specifications list the maximum recommended stirrer bar length for use with a magnetic stirrer. The stir bar extractor is an independent magnet (also coated with chemically inert PTFE) at the end of the long rod, which can be used to remove the stir bar from the container. Stirring plate magnets are widely used in laboratories in scientific research, colleges and universities, industrial and agricultural departments, and are often used for mixing liquids. Rare earth magnets have higher magnetic strength, making them useful for mixed viscous samples.
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
Whether you are using a magnetic stirrer or a bar stirrer, the stirring parameters and purpose will help you determine which equipment is best for your application. Various shakers are available for laboratory use, each with its own characteristics that make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to rotate and then agitate (flea) the stirrer immersed in liquid. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to move a stirring bar through liquid samples. The stirring rods are moved by another rotating magnet or a group of electromagnets in the stirring device under the vessel containing the liquid. Likewise, if there are solid particles or crystals in the sample, the magnetic stirrer can grind them between the stirrer and the glass. For example, if the sample is particularly viscous or an increase in viscosity is expected during an experiment, magnetic stirring is likely to be insufficient for the stirring process. Depending on several factors, approaching higher speeds on some magnetic stirrers can cause disconnection, causing the stirrer bar to bounce around the rim of the base of the vessel instead of intentionally rotating to create flow. The magnetic stirrer can stir in both open and closed containers. The effect is best in a flat-bottomed container, ensuring the smooth rotation of the stirring rod and the closest contact with the magnetic stirrer. Magnetic stirrers are rod-shaped, usually with octagonal or circular cross-sections, although there are various special shapes to improve stirring efficiency. Magnetic stirrers are commonly used in chemistry and biology, and they can be used to stir sealed containers or systems without the need for complex rotating seals. They are more popular than gear agitators because they are quieter, more efficient and have no moving external parts damaged or worn (except for the simplest bar magnets). Since glass does not significantly affect the magnetic field, and most chemical reactions are carried out in glass vials or beakers, the stirring rod works well in glassware commonly used in laboratories. The limited rod size means that the magnetic stirrer can only be used for relatively small experiments, 4 liters or less. Due to its small size, the mixer is easier to clean and disinfect than other mixing equipment. Although according to the needs of different users, there are more types of magnetic stirrers on the market, such as single magnetic stirrers, which have basic functions and are easy to use. Integrated stirring system The magnetic stirrer with heating and double control allows independent adjustment of the heating temperature and stirring speed. Submersible Shakers - Sealed shakers that are suitable for immersion in water or oil and can be used over a wide temperature range. Biological Shakers: Designed specifically for shaking biological samples such as cell cultures. Optional accessories The laboratory magnetic stirrer is equipped with a Teflon-coated stirring rod, support arm, adjustable thermometer arm, extension bar, test jar support. The magnetic stirring rod is 1" long (diameter 8mm*length 25mm), which is the size most commonly used as a stirrer accessory. Features excellent quality-the stainless steel stirring rod of this overhead magnetic stirrer is durable and does not corrode or rust , It helps to obtain the most accurate mixing results even in very demanding applications. Powerful motor brings excellent performance-made of high-quality steel, the powerful motor of this electric stirrer can keep longer The service life and drive the mixer at 0 2000 rpm, it is very suitable for any complex stirring tasks in the whole process, reaction or mixing process. Large volumes or more viscous liquids usually require mechanical stirring (eg stir bar). If you are mixing low viscosity liquids in high volumes, a rod mixer may be the right choice for you. Agitators with a viscosity close to water can be agitated with both magnetic and bar agitators, but mixing with a higher viscosity is where the bar agitator shows up best. You can use it to mix liquids or low viscosity liquids to get a homogeneous liquid mixture. Hot plates can be used to mix a wide variety of samples for different purposes. A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirring plate is commonly used in laboratories to ensure that liquid samples are uniform in consistency and temperature. The speed of the magnetic field is user-controlled, so it can be adjusted for the specific sample being mixed. Unless otherwise indicated, both magnetic and bar stirrers set the maximum volume based on the viscosity of the water. The cell shaker fits standard 10mm spectral cells and provides fast vertical and horizontal mixing with minimal shaking when placed on a magnetic stirrer. Circulus (tm) magnetic stirrers provide strong turbulence at relatively low speeds, low surface contact and excellent centering characteristics, especially in vessels with a convex bottom. The protruding sphere in the center of the rod raises the agitator blades during rotation and therefore reduces the contact surface, allowing the magnet to rotate freely without stopping. There are triple hooks that use cobalt samarium to provide a stronger connection to the stirrer's internal magnet and reduce the chance of rod twisting. These rods provide more torque and can be useful in applications where high volumes or high viscosity fluids are used. Only available from rare earth elements (samarium-cobalt), the shape and strength of the magnet make these rods especially suitable for viscous solutions. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, micromixers (flea) are especially useful for environmental testing and life sciences applications where small sample volumes need to be prepared and evaluated. Cross rods are generally suitable for stable deep vortex mixing and are a good all-round option. The bar is located at the bottom of the vessel, so it can also be useful in stimulating sedimentation. Place the bowl in the center of the stirring plate and place the stirring bar in the center of the bowl. For an optimal connection, select a container with a thin bottom to minimize the distance between the rod and the drive magnet. The length of the rod should be approximately equal to the size of the magnet to avoid unwinding. The size of the magnet inside the agitator, which can be called a drive magnet, is of great importance when sizing the agitator rod. Some manufacturer's specifications list the maximum recommended stirrer bar length for use with a magnetic stirrer. The stir bar extractor is an independent magnet (also coated with chemically inert PTFE) at the end of the long rod, which can be used to remove the stir bar from the container. Stirring plate magnets are widely used in laboratories in scientific research, colleges and universities, industrial and agricultural departments, and are often used for mixing liquids. Rare earth magnets have higher magnetic strength, making them useful for mixed viscous samples.
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
Whether you are using a magnetic stirrer or a bar stirrer, the stirring parameters and purpose will help you determine which equipment is best for your application. Various shakers are available for laboratory use, each with its own characteristics that make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to rotate and then agitate (flea) the stirrer immersed in liquid. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to move a stirring bar through liquid samples. The stirring rods are moved by another rotating magnet or a group of electromagnets in the stirring device under the vessel containing the liquid. Likewise, if there are solid particles or crystals in the sample, the magnetic stirrer can grind them between the stirrer and the glass. For example, if the sample is particularly viscous or an increase in viscosity is expected during an experiment, magnetic stirring is likely to be insufficient for the stirring process. Depending on several factors, approaching higher speeds on some magnetic stirrers can cause disconnection, causing the stirrer bar to bounce around the rim of the base of the vessel instead of intentionally rotating to create flow. The magnetic stirrer can stir in both open and closed containers. The effect is best in a flat-bottomed container, ensuring the smooth rotation of the stirring rod and the closest contact with the magnetic stirrer. Magnetic stirrers are rod-shaped, usually with octagonal or circular cross-sections, although there are various special shapes to improve stirring efficiency. Magnetic stirrers are commonly used in chemistry and biology, and they can be used to stir sealed containers or systems without the need for complex rotating seals. They are more popular than gear agitators because they are quieter, more efficient and have no moving external parts damaged or worn (except for the simplest bar magnets). Since glass does not significantly affect the magnetic field, and most chemical reactions are carried out in glass vials or beakers, the stirring rod works well in glassware commonly used in laboratories. The limited rod size means that the magnetic stirrer can only be used for relatively small experiments, 4 liters or less. Due to its small size, the mixer is easier to clean and disinfect than other mixing equipment. Although according to the needs of different users, there are more types of magnetic stirrers on the market, such as single magnetic stirrers, which have basic functions and are easy to use. Integrated stirring system The magnetic stirrer with heating and double control allows independent adjustment of the heating temperature and stirring speed. Submersible Shakers - Sealed shakers that are suitable for immersion in water or oil and can be used over a wide temperature range. Biological Shakers: Designed specifically for shaking biological samples such as cell cultures. Optional accessories The laboratory magnetic stirrer is equipped with a Teflon-coated stirring rod, support arm, adjustable thermometer arm, extension bar, test jar support. The magnetic stirring rod is 1" long (diameter 8mm*length 25mm), which is the size most commonly used as a stirrer accessory. Features excellent quality-the stainless steel stirring rod of this overhead magnetic stirrer is durable and does not corrode or rust , It helps to obtain the most accurate mixing results even in very demanding applications. Powerful motor brings excellent performance-made of high-quality steel, the powerful motor of this electric stirrer can keep longer The service life and drive the mixer at 0 2000 rpm, it is very suitable for any complex stirring tasks in the whole process, reaction or mixing process. Large volumes or more viscous liquids usually require mechanical stirring (eg stir bar). If you are mixing low viscosity liquids in high volumes, a rod mixer may be the right choice for you. Agitators with a viscosity close to water can be agitated with both magnetic and bar agitators, but mixing with a higher viscosity is where the bar agitator shows up best. You can use it to mix liquids or low viscosity liquids to get a homogeneous liquid mixture. Hot plates can be used to mix a wide variety of samples for different purposes. A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirring plate is commonly used in laboratories to ensure that liquid samples are uniform in consistency and temperature. The speed of the magnetic field is user-controlled, so it can be adjusted for the specific sample being mixed. Unless otherwise indicated, both magnetic and bar stirrers set the maximum volume based on the viscosity of the water. The cell shaker fits standard 10mm spectral cells and provides fast vertical and horizontal mixing with minimal shaking when placed on a magnetic stirrer. Circulus (tm) magnetic stirrers provide strong turbulence at relatively low speeds, low surface contact and excellent centering characteristics, especially in vessels with a convex bottom. The protruding sphere in the center of the rod raises the agitator blades during rotation and therefore reduces the contact surface, allowing the magnet to rotate freely without stopping. There are triple hooks that use cobalt samarium to provide a stronger connection to the stirrer's internal magnet and reduce the chance of rod twisting. These rods provide more torque and can be useful in applications where high volumes or high viscosity fluids are used. Only available from rare earth elements (samarium-cobalt), the shape and strength of the magnet make these rods especially suitable for viscous solutions. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, micromixers (flea) are especially useful for environmental testing and life sciences applications where small sample volumes need to be prepared and evaluated. Cross rods are generally suitable for stable deep vortex mixing and are a good all-round option. The bar is located at the bottom of the vessel, so it can also be useful in stimulating sedimentation. Place the bowl in the center of the stirring plate and place the stirring bar in the center of the bowl. For an optimal connection, select a container with a thin bottom to minimize the distance between the rod and the drive magnet. The length of the rod should be approximately equal to the size of the magnet to avoid unwinding. The size of the magnet inside the agitator, which can be called a drive magnet, is of great importance when sizing the agitator rod. Some manufacturer's specifications list the maximum recommended stirrer bar length for use with a magnetic stirrer. The stir bar extractor is an independent magnet (also coated with chemically inert PTFE) at the end of the long rod, which can be used to remove the stir bar from the container. Stirring plate magnets are widely used in laboratories in scientific research, colleges and universities, industrial and agricultural departments, and are often used for mixing liquids. Rare earth magnets have higher magnetic strength, making them useful for mixed viscous samples.
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
Whether you are using a magnetic stirrer or a bar stirrer, the stirring parameters and purpose will help you determine which equipment is best for your application. Various shakers are available for laboratory use, each with its own characteristics that make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to rotate and then agitate (flea) the stirrer immersed in liquid. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to move a stirring bar through liquid samples. The stirring rods are moved by another rotating magnet or a group of electromagnets in the stirring device under the vessel containing the liquid. Likewise, if there are solid particles or crystals in the sample, the magnetic stirrer can grind them between the stirrer and the glass. For example, if the sample is particularly viscous or an increase in viscosity is expected during an experiment, magnetic stirring is likely to be insufficient for the stirring process. Depending on several factors, approaching higher speeds on some magnetic stirrers can cause disconnection, causing the stirrer bar to bounce around the rim of the base of the vessel instead of intentionally rotating to create flow. The magnetic stirrer can stir in both open and closed containers. The effect is best in a flat-bottomed container, ensuring the smooth rotation of the stirring rod and the closest contact with the magnetic stirrer. Magnetic stirrers are rod-shaped, usually with octagonal or circular cross-sections, although there are various special shapes to improve stirring efficiency. Magnetic stirrers are commonly used in chemistry and biology, and they can be used to stir sealed containers or systems without the need for complex rotating seals. They are more popular than gear agitators because they are quieter, more efficient and have no moving external parts damaged or worn (except for the simplest bar magnets). Since glass does not significantly affect the magnetic field, and most chemical reactions are carried out in glass vials or beakers, the stirring rod works well in glassware commonly used in laboratories. The limited rod size means that the magnetic stirrer can only be used for relatively small experiments, 4 liters or less. Due to its small size, the mixer is easier to clean and disinfect than other mixing equipment. Although according to the needs of different users, there are more types of magnetic stirrers on the market, such as single magnetic stirrers, which have basic functions and are easy to use. Integrated stirring system The magnetic stirrer with heating and double control allows independent adjustment of the heating temperature and stirring speed. Submersible Shakers - Sealed shakers that are suitable for immersion in water or oil and can be used over a wide temperature range. Biological Shakers: Designed specifically for shaking biological samples such as cell cultures. Optional accessories The laboratory magnetic stirrer is equipped with a Teflon-coated stirring rod, support arm, adjustable thermometer arm, extension bar, test jar support. The magnetic stirring rod is 1" long (diameter 8mm*length 25mm), which is the size most commonly used as a stirrer accessory. Features excellent quality-the stainless steel stirring rod of this overhead magnetic stirrer is durable and does not corrode or rust , It helps to obtain the most accurate mixing results even in very demanding applications. Powerful motor brings excellent performance-made of high-quality steel, the powerful motor of this electric stirrer can keep longer The service life and drive the mixer at 0 2000 rpm, it is very suitable for any complex stirring tasks in the whole process, reaction or mixing process. Large volumes or more viscous liquids usually require mechanical stirring (eg stir bar). If you are mixing low viscosity liquids in high volumes, a rod mixer may be the right choice for you. Agitators with a viscosity close to water can be agitated with both magnetic and bar agitators, but mixing with a higher viscosity is where the bar agitator shows up best. You can use it to mix liquids or low viscosity liquids to get a homogeneous liquid mixture. Hot plates can be used to mix a wide variety of samples for different purposes. A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirring plate is commonly used in laboratories to ensure that liquid samples are uniform in consistency and temperature. The speed of the magnetic field is user-controlled, so it can be adjusted for the specific sample being mixed. Unless otherwise indicated, both magnetic and bar stirrers set the maximum volume based on the viscosity of the water. The cell shaker fits standard 10mm spectral cells and provides fast vertical and horizontal mixing with minimal shaking when placed on a magnetic stirrer. Circulus (tm) magnetic stirrers provide strong turbulence at relatively low speeds, low surface contact and excellent centering characteristics, especially in vessels with a convex bottom. The protruding sphere in the center of the rod raises the agitator blades during rotation and therefore reduces the contact surface, allowing the magnet to rotate freely without stopping. There are triple hooks that use cobalt samarium to provide a stronger connection to the stirrer's internal magnet and reduce the chance of rod twisting. These rods provide more torque and can be useful in applications where high volumes or high viscosity fluids are used. Only available from rare earth elements (samarium-cobalt), the shape and strength of the magnet make these rods especially suitable for viscous solutions. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, micromixers (flea) are especially useful for environmental testing and life sciences applications where small sample volumes need to be prepared and evaluated. Cross rods are generally suitable for stable deep vortex mixing and are a good all-round option. The bar is located at the bottom of the vessel, so it can also be useful in stimulating sedimentation. Place the bowl in the center of the stirring plate and place the stirring bar in the center of the bowl. For an optimal connection, select a container with a thin bottom to minimize the distance between the rod and the drive magnet. The length of the rod should be approximately equal to the size of the magnet to avoid unwinding. The size of the magnet inside the agitator, which can be called a drive magnet, is of great importance when sizing the agitator rod. Some manufacturer's specifications list the maximum recommended stirrer bar length for use with a magnetic stirrer. The stir bar extractor is an independent magnet (also coated with chemically inert PTFE) at the end of the long rod, which can be used to remove the stir bar from the container. Stirring plate magnets are widely used in laboratories in scientific research, colleges and universities, industrial and agricultural departments, and are often used for mixing liquids. Rare earth magnets have higher magnetic strength, making them useful for mixed viscous samples.
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
Whether you are using a magnetic stirrer or a bar stirrer, the stirring parameters and purpose will help you determine which equipment is best for your application. Various shakers are available for laboratory use, each with its own characteristics that make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to rotate and then agitate (flea) the stirrer immersed in liquid. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to move a stirring bar through liquid samples. The stirring rods are moved by another rotating magnet or a group of electromagnets in the stirring device under the vessel containing the liquid. Likewise, if there are solid particles or crystals in the sample, the magnetic stirrer can grind them between the stirrer and the glass. For example, if the sample is particularly viscous or an increase in viscosity is expected during an experiment, magnetic stirring is likely to be insufficient for the stirring process. Depending on several factors, approaching higher speeds on some magnetic stirrers can cause disconnection, causing the stirrer bar to bounce around the rim of the base of the vessel instead of intentionally rotating to create flow. The magnetic stirrer can stir in both open and closed containers. The effect is best in a flat-bottomed container, ensuring the smooth rotation of the stirring rod and the closest contact with the magnetic stirrer. Magnetic stirrers are rod-shaped, usually with octagonal or circular cross-sections, although there are various special shapes to improve stirring efficiency. Magnetic stirrers are commonly used in chemistry and biology, and they can be used to stir sealed containers or systems without the need for complex rotating seals. They are more popular than gear agitators because they are quieter, more efficient and have no moving external parts damaged or worn (except for the simplest bar magnets). Since glass does not significantly affect the magnetic field, and most chemical reactions are carried out in glass vials or beakers, the stirring rod works well in glassware commonly used in laboratories. The limited rod size means that the magnetic stirrer can only be used for relatively small experiments, 4 liters or less. Due to its small size, the mixer is easier to clean and disinfect than other mixing equipment. Although according to the needs of different users, there are more types of magnetic stirrers on the market, such as single magnetic stirrers, which have basic functions and are easy to use. Integrated stirring system The magnetic stirrer with heating and double control allows independent adjustment of the heating temperature and stirring speed. Submersible Shakers - Sealed shakers that are suitable for immersion in water or oil and can be used over a wide temperature range. Biological Shakers: Designed specifically for shaking biological samples such as cell cultures. Optional accessories The laboratory magnetic stirrer is equipped with a Teflon-coated stirring rod, support arm, adjustable thermometer arm, extension bar, test jar support. The magnetic stirring rod is 1" long (diameter 8mm*length 25mm), which is the size most commonly used as a stirrer accessory. Features excellent quality-the stainless steel stirring rod of this overhead magnetic stirrer is durable and does not corrode or rust , It helps to obtain the most accurate mixing results even in very demanding applications. Powerful motor brings excellent performance-made of high-quality steel, the powerful motor of this electric stirrer can keep longer The service life and drive the mixer at 0 2000 rpm, it is very suitable for any complex stirring tasks in the whole process, reaction or mixing process. Large volumes or more viscous liquids usually require mechanical stirring (eg stir bar). If you are mixing low viscosity liquids in high volumes, a rod mixer may be the right choice for you. Agitators with a viscosity close to water can be agitated with both magnetic and bar agitators, but mixing with a higher viscosity is where the bar agitator shows up best. You can use it to mix liquids or low viscosity liquids to get a homogeneous liquid mixture. Hot plates can be used to mix a wide variety of samples for different purposes. A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirring plate is commonly used in laboratories to ensure that liquid samples are uniform in consistency and temperature. The speed of the magnetic field is user-controlled, so it can be adjusted for the specific sample being mixed. Unless otherwise indicated, both magnetic and bar stirrers set the maximum volume based on the viscosity of the water. The cell shaker fits standard 10mm spectral cells and provides fast vertical and horizontal mixing with minimal shaking when placed on a magnetic stirrer. Circulus (tm) magnetic stirrers provide strong turbulence at relatively low speeds, low surface contact and excellent centering characteristics, especially in vessels with a convex bottom. The protruding sphere in the center of the rod raises the agitator blades during rotation and therefore reduces the contact surface, allowing the magnet to rotate freely without stopping. There are triple hooks that use cobalt samarium to provide a stronger connection to the stirrer's internal magnet and reduce the chance of rod twisting. These rods provide more torque and can be useful in applications where high volumes or high viscosity fluids are used. Only available from rare earth elements (samarium-cobalt), the shape and strength of the magnet make these rods especially suitable for viscous solutions. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, micromixers (flea) are especially useful for environmental testing and life sciences applications where small sample volumes need to be prepared and evaluated. Cross rods are generally suitable for stable deep vortex mixing and are a good all-round option. The bar is located at the bottom of the vessel, so it can also be useful in stimulating sedimentation. Place the bowl in the center of the stirring plate and place the stirring bar in the center of the bowl. For an optimal connection, select a container with a thin bottom to minimize the distance between the rod and the drive magnet. The length of the rod should be approximately equal to the size of the magnet to avoid unwinding. The size of the magnet inside the agitator, which can be called a drive magnet, is of great importance when sizing the agitator rod. Some manufacturer's specifications list the maximum recommended stirrer bar length for use with a magnetic stirrer. The stir bar extractor is an independent magnet (also coated with chemically inert PTFE) at the end of the long rod, which can be used to remove the stir bar from the container. Stirring plate magnets are widely used in laboratories in scientific research, colleges and universities, industrial and agricultural departments, and are often used for mixing liquids. Rare earth magnets have higher magnetic strength, making them useful for mixed viscous samples.
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
A Guide to the Magnetic Stirrer;
Whether you are using a magnetic stirrer or a bar stirrer, the stirring parameters and purpose will help you determine which equipment is best for your application. Various shakers are available for laboratory use, each with its own characteristics that make them more suitable for certain applications than others. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to rotate and then agitate (flea) the stirrer immersed in liquid. Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to move a stirring bar through liquid samples. The stirring rods are moved by another rotating magnet or a group of electromagnets in the stirring device under the vessel containing the liquid. Likewise, if there are solid particles or crystals in the sample, the magnetic stirrer can grind them between the stirrer and the glass. For example, if the sample is particularly viscous or an increase in viscosity is expected during an experiment, magnetic stirring is likely to be insufficient for the stirring process. Depending on several factors, approaching higher speeds on some magnetic stirrers can cause disconnection, causing the stirrer bar to bounce around the rim of the base of the vessel instead of intentionally rotating to create flow. The magnetic stirrer can stir in both open and closed containers. The effect is best in a flat-bottomed container, ensuring the smooth rotation of the stirring rod and the closest contact with the magnetic stirrer. Magnetic stirrers are rod-shaped, usually with octagonal or circular cross-sections, although there are various special shapes to improve stirring efficiency. Magnetic stirrers are commonly used in chemistry and biology, and they can be used to stir sealed containers or systems without the need for complex rotating seals. They are more popular than gear agitators because they are quieter, more efficient and have no moving external parts damaged or worn (except for the simplest bar magnets). Since glass does not significantly affect the magnetic field, and most chemical reactions are carried out in glass vials or beakers, the stirring rod works well in glassware commonly used in laboratories. The limited rod size means that the magnetic stirrer can only be used for relatively small experiments, 4 liters or less. Due to its small size, the mixer is easier to clean and disinfect than other mixing equipment. Although according to the needs of different users, there are more types of magnetic stirrers on the market, such as single magnetic stirrers, which have basic functions and are easy to use. Integrated stirring system The magnetic stirrer with heating and double control allows independent adjustment of the heating temperature and stirring speed. Submersible Shakers - Sealed shakers that are suitable for immersion in water or oil and can be used over a wide temperature range. Biological Shakers: Designed specifically for shaking biological samples such as cell cultures. Optional accessories The laboratory magnetic stirrer is equipped with a Teflon-coated stirring rod, support arm, adjustable thermometer arm, extension bar, test jar support. The magnetic stirring rod is 1" long (diameter 8mm*length 25mm), which is the size most commonly used as a stirrer accessory. Features excellent quality-the stainless steel stirring rod of this overhead magnetic stirrer is durable and does not corrode or rust , It helps to obtain the most accurate mixing results even in very demanding applications. Powerful motor brings excellent performance-made of high-quality steel, the powerful motor of this electric stirrer can keep longer The service life and drive the mixer at 0 2000 rpm, it is very suitable for any complex stirring tasks in the whole process, reaction or mixing process. Large volumes or more viscous liquids usually require mechanical stirring (eg stir bar). If you are mixing low viscosity liquids in high volumes, a rod mixer may be the right choice for you. Agitators with a viscosity close to water can be agitated with both magnetic and bar agitators, but mixing with a higher viscosity is where the bar agitator shows up best. You can use it to mix liquids or low viscosity liquids to get a homogeneous liquid mixture. Hot plates can be used to mix a wide variety of samples for different purposes. A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirring plate is commonly used in laboratories to ensure that liquid samples are uniform in consistency and temperature. The speed of the magnetic field is user-controlled, so it can be adjusted for the specific sample being mixed. Unless otherwise indicated, both magnetic and bar stirrers set the maximum volume based on the viscosity of the water. The cell shaker fits standard 10mm spectral cells and provides fast vertical and horizontal mixing with minimal shaking when placed on a magnetic stirrer. Circulus (tm) magnetic stirrers provide strong turbulence at relatively low speeds, low surface contact and excellent centering characteristics, especially in vessels with a convex bottom. The protruding sphere in the center of the rod raises the agitator blades during rotation and therefore reduces the contact surface, allowing the magnet to rotate freely without stopping. There are triple hooks that use cobalt samarium to provide a stronger connection to the stirrer's internal magnet and reduce the chance of rod twisting. These rods provide more torque and can be useful in applications where high volumes or high viscosity fluids are used. Only available from rare earth elements (samarium-cobalt), the shape and strength of the magnet make these rods especially suitable for viscous solutions. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, micromixers (flea) are especially useful for environmental testing and life sciences applications where small sample volumes need to be prepared and evaluated. Cross rods are generally suitable for stable deep vortex mixing and are a good all-round option. The bar is located at the bottom of the vessel, so it can also be useful in stimulating sedimentation. Place the bowl in the center of the stirring plate and place the stirring bar in the center of the bowl. For an optimal connection, select a container with a thin bottom to minimize the distance between the rod and the drive magnet. The length of the rod should be approximately equal to the size of the magnet to avoid unwinding. The size of the magnet inside the agitator, which can be called a drive magnet, is of great importance when sizing the agitator rod. Some manufacturer's specifications list the maximum recommended stirrer bar length for use with a magnetic stirrer. The stir bar extractor is an independent magnet (also coated with chemically inert PTFE) at the end of the long rod, which can be used to remove the stir bar from the container. Stirring plate magnets are widely used in laboratories in scientific research, colleges and universities, industrial and agricultural departments, and are often used for mixing liquids. Rare earth magnets have higher magnetic strength, making them useful for mixed viscous samples.
Why You Want a Veterinary Orthopedic Drill Surgical Saw
Why You Want a Veterinary Orthopedic Drill Surgical Saw
Surgical Instruments Orthopedic Power Veterinary Surgery TPLO Veterinary Saw with 2 Batteries for Animal Surgery. It can also be used for human hand and foot surgery, usually used to pierce bones to fix screw or screw devices. China Veterinary Surgical Instruments Tplo Saw Veterinary Orthopedic Orthopedic Kit Medical Instruments Veterinary Orthopedic Kit Contains all the necessary standard instruments required for orthopedic surgery, all instruments are made of surgical stainless steel used by professionals. Orthopedic drill | Veterinary Surgical Drill | Orthopedic electric drills used in orthopedic surgery. Used to cut bones, for example. Veterinary Prosthetic Implants Veterinary Surgical Drilling Instruments / Micro-Orthopedic Drill Saw NM-300 With a full range of quick-change accessories assembled into a fully functional handpiece, it offers the surgeon an affordable option. The veterinary orthopedic drill is mainly used in bone repair surgery to treat damaged bones. TPLO veterinary saw with 2 batteries for animal husbandry VOI provides the widest selection of implants, screws and instruments in the field of veterinary orthopedics. TPLO Veterinary Saw Band 2 batteries for animal surgery IMEX Veterinary, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of veterinary orthopedic products, and has been providing surgical veterinary products for hospitals and healthcare facilities for more than 30 years. Orthopedic drill bits and medical equipment | companies TPLO veterinary and veterinary saws, with 2 batteries for animal surgery, hundreds of different models of medical and veterinary surgical orthopedic drill bits, global delivery, lifetime support, and international guarantee. The global market for veterinary orthopedic burs. Instruments like ours are inexpensive and allow your veterinarian to perform orthopedic procedures and surgeries without the need to purchase expensive surgical drills or other major equipment. Oscillating saws for bone drills, procedures for implanting anatomical fragments, procedures for treating injuries-you will find all of them on site. When it comes to orthopedic implants, surgical instruments and sutures, you can rely on our innovation, quality and value...all of which provide the most personalized service in the industry. DrillCover Hex-Orthopedic Drill-I love veterinarians * First of all, DrillCover Hex is different from any other orthopedic drilling equipment. Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery Service provides professional veterinary care for animals suffering from bone and joint injuries or diseases. For a long time, we have believed that veterinary clinics are expanding to provide more orthopedic services because we know that the tools needed to perform many orthopedic surgeries and surgeries can be purchased at the lowest cost. They can be sterilized in an autoclave and used for precise incisions of cartilage and subchondral bone in orthopedic surgery (e.g. Perthes Reamer Orthopedic Surgery Drill 18.5cm We know what works and what doesn't. A / O Drill is a portable air drill used to drill holes or insert metal implants such as pins into bone during orthopedic procedures. The multifunctional veterinary drill comes with features such as adjustable height, anti-collision silicone sleeves, sandblasting to minimize reflections during surgery, and more. China Medical Device Manufacturer, Medical Instrument * Mini Electric Surgical Drill approved for Traumatic Joint Surgery. Currently, the college employs four specialist surgeons leading the orthopedics team. The cutting edge of the veterinary bur is mainly used for axial thrust and small cuts. The Orthopaedic Surgery Service Center is committed to promoting the development of orthopedic veterinary medicine through clinical orthopedic disease education, veterinary education and the development of new knowledge through clinical research for veterinary students, so as to provide patients with the highest quality care. We believe that many other veterinary clinics, regardless of size, can provide orthopedic care. These instruments are used to remove small or large areas of bone during orthopedic and neurosurgical procedures. Purchasing instruments to treat animals with orthopedic injuries can pay off with the first two surgical procedures. Periosteal lifters are used to lift muscles from bones during orthopedic and neurosurgical procedures. GerVetUSA offers the most versatile and high quality orthopedic surgical instruments for veterinarians and podiatrists. This instrument is commonly used to contract large muscle groups during neurological and orthopedic procedures. Whether you are an inpatient doctor or a mobile orthopedic surgeon, having the Saw Cover System on your side will expand your orthopedic technology, allow for sterile off-site procedures and provide a pleasant transition from hand-held orthopedic instruments. These retractors are often used for soft tissue, orthopedic, or neurological procedures. Another common use in veterinary surgery is to examine the knee joint to distract the tibia from the femur, allowing menisci to be visualized. This is why we continue to contact veterinarians to show them how cheap orthopedic instruments can be. The SawCover System is a reliable and powerful tool to improve your clinic's orthopedic practice. Motorized burs produce clean axial rotation, hence the round hole provides maximum screw or pin contact with the bone. You get the convenience of a portable instrument without losing the power and confidence you would get from stationary orthopedic equipment. Choosing the right equipment for your surgical environment is the key to maximizing your budget by providing quality care. Jindal Medi Surge-General orthopedic manufacturer Jindal Medi Surge is a one-stop shop for orthopedic implants, instruments and external fixators. Our services include contract manufacturing and contract design. As a leading contract manufacturer, we have accumulated unparalleled experience and unique knowledge in the design and manufacturing constraints of the orthopedics industry. Prosthetic design and technology-special coating * including FDA approved 3D printing talus spacer for the treatment of avascular necrosis. This service cooperates with other specialized VMTH services, using the most advanced diagnostic technology and equipment to fully evaluate patients. If your doctor is not listed as your primary healthcare provider or referring veterinarian, they will not receive a copy of your medical record. If you are unsure about your pet's nutrition, you can contact our nutritional support team. Yes, you will need a referral from your veterinarian; however, you or your veterinarian may be the first to call. This future is closely tied to our ever-growing family of loyal customers.
How to Make a Handmade Surgical Electrocautery
How to Make a Handmade Surgical Electrocautery
Unlike a scalpel, the cauterization pen uses heat from the thread to cut and seal the blood flow, which can minimize the risk of infection and postoperative complications. Both methods differ from electrocautery in that they absorb electrical current through the tissue rather than using it to heat an electrode to be placed at a specific point in the tissue. Electrocoagulation uses an electric current to heat a metal wire, which is then applied to the target tissue to burn or coagulate a specific area of the tissue. Electrocauterization, also known as thermal moxibustion, refers to the process in which a DC or AC current is passed through a durable metal wire electrode, generating heat. These instruments can be used to cut, coagulate and even fuse tissue. Electrosurgical equipment is a more complex radio wave generator that can pass a modified current through the target tissue to achieve the desired surgical effect. Most importantly, electrosurgery is not synonymous with electrocautery, although they use each other's current to achieve their respective treatment goals. The latest modification is a microdissection cautery with a thin electrode tip. You can also use Audo Gauge meters from the SM Peak, EVO or Premium series, as well as from manufacturers such as AEM, Turbosmart or ProG. The frame made of thick aluminum sheet guarantees tightness and trouble-free operation. Our heat insulators are made of the highest quality materials such as fiberglass or MAGMA-type basalt fiber, which guarantees long-term and trouble-free operation. The power and torque mileage is important to provide a wide usable rpm range compared to the maximum peak power available in the several hundred rpm range. Our oil coolers are widely used: in addition to the standard lowering of engine oil temperature, they are often used as radiators for power steering fluid, transmission oil or differential, and for returning fuel to turbulence. With parts from our tuning shop, you will add thrust to your engine, which will generate powerful power and torque for the road.
High-quality Portable Multi-parameter Meter;
High-quality Portable Multi-parameter Meter;
On-demand log and automatic recording (up to 60,000 samples with date and time). Good laboratory practice functionality with a record of the last 5 calibrations. Peculiarities. Multiple functions suitable for high and low voltage applications can be used to measure voltage, current, resistance, conductance, transistor, capacitance, temperature and other problems in a project. The multi-parameter meter is housed in an IP67 waterproof case and can withstand immersion in water up to 1 m deep for up to 30 minutes. The IP67 waterproof meter means the meter can withstand immersion in 1m of water for up to 30 minutes. Ideal for demanding applications, this meter features a robust, multi-function, quick-connect sensor and field-replaceable sensors. The green backlit LCD display helps you to clearly see the measurement results under all circumstances. Automatic measurement, insert instant voice reports, digital display, voice adjustment, press the voice control button on the panel, the instrument can switch from alarm to mute during weighing. Automatic Barometric Pressure Compensation - The meter has a built-in barometer with user-selectable units to compensate for dissolved oxygen pressure. Calibration can also be performed individually for measurement parameters using multiple calibration points. Sensor related data, including description, serial number, and calibration status, is automatically sent to the instrument. The probe transfers readings digitally to the instrument where the data points can be viewed and recorded. The instrument also has two virtual virtual keys that guide the user through the configuration of each parameter, instrument setup and data logging. The instrument also has two virtual virtual keys that guide the user through the configuration of each parameter, instrument setup and data logging. The graphic display allows the use of virtual keys to provide an intuitive user interface. Digital Quick Connect Probe - The HI7698194 probe is equipped with a DIN quick connector that provides a waterproof connection to the meter. Durable Thermoformed Carrying Case - HI9829 Meter, Probe and all accessories come in a rugged carrying case designed for years of use. The HI7609829 (base) and HI7629829 (registration) are multi-parameter probes for use with the HI9829 handheld meter. By default, the HI9829 and associated probe are shipped with pH / ORP, conductivity and dissolved oxygen sensors. Both sensors can be retrofitted to measure turbidity with a turbidity / conductivity sensor. Simultaneous measurement of conductivity, dissolved oxygen and temperature The ConOx sensor is a combined probe that allows simultaneous measurement of conductivity, dissolved oxygen and temperature, as well as automatic salinity correction. Measurements from this sensor can determine the absolute conductivity corrected for temperature, salinity, specific gravity and TDS. When connected, the sensors are automatically recognized by the probe and the instrument. Any ports not used on the sensor will not display the parameter on the instrument. Any ports not used on the sensor will not display the parameter on the instrument. The same probe can be used with different meters without the need to recalibrate the system. Each parameter is fully supported by the on-screen HELP context function active in both measurement and calibration modes. The measured parameter is set on the display using the "M" function key and can then be measured or saved. These multivariable meters offer maximum measurement versatility by eliminating the need for multiple meters. The PH / Oxi 3400i for pH, dissolved oxygen and temperature and the pH / Cond 3400i for pH, conductivity and temperature are an alternative to single parameter instruments for multi-parameter applications. They can also measure temperature using immersion, penetration or Pt100 or Pt1000 contact probes. Intelligent digital sensors provide sophisticated electrochemical measurement systems in a single meter. Its multi-sensor probe can measure key parameters including pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen and temperature. After connecting, the probe and the instrument will automatically recognize the sensor. The simultaneous connection of pH/ORP electrodes and dissolved oxygen sensors or conductivity cells allows simultaneous measurement of up to three parameters (including temperature). WTW GLP compliant handheld multivariable instruments are the epitome of precision multivariable measurement technology. ProQuatro together with Quatro cable allows 4 ports to measure temperature / conductivity, DO and any two ISEs between pH, ORP, ammonium, chloride or nitrate, creating an extremely powerful portable multi-parameter instrument. Connect ProQuatro laptop to any professional series cables and optional sensors to select parameters including dissolved oxygen, conductivity, conductivity, salinity, resistivity, total dissolved solids, pH, ORP, ammonium, nitrate, chloride And temperature. Cable options range from 1, 4, 10, 20, and 30 meters (only DO cable can reach 100 meters). Combine 4 sensors on one cable for a complete sampling with multiple parameters for temperature / conductivity, DO, and any two ISE pH, ORP, ammonium, chloride or nitrate. Water tester: can measure the total dissolved solids / water hardness in water to test for contamination in household cleaning systems. The WQC-24 Water Quality Checker is a handheld multi-parameter DKK-TOA field instrument and probe for measuring up to 11 of 17 simultaneous water quality parameters available. This battery-powered portable measuring and reference instrument measures relative humidity, temperature, absolute pressure, air velocity, volumetric flow, CO2 and water activity. From multivariable systems that measure pH, temperature, conductivity, and ORP or dissolved oxygen, this analyzer allows you to make accurate measurements and manage the resulting data. YSI ProDSS (Digital Sampling System) is a portable multi-parameter water quality instrument used to measure several key parameters: dissolved oxygen (optical), total algae, turbidity, pH, ORP, conductivity, conductivity, salinity, TDS , Resistivity, TSS. , Ammonia, ammonia, chloride, nitrate, depth (optional), temperature and GPS coordinates. ProDSS is specially designed for surface water, groundwater, coastal areas/estuarines, aquaculture and wastewater applications. It is rugged and reliable, allowing you to measure water quality parameters using digital sensors. The ProOBOD optical probe can also be used to measure BOD in the laboratory. In addition, we also produce high-quality pre-packaged reagents/kits that can be used with any brand of photometer/spectrophotometer or pre-programmed spectrophotometers from Hach, WTW, Merck, Lovibond, Thermo, Elico, etc. A multi-probe that measures selected parameters, all integrated in one package, can provide data under the most challenging field conditions. IT is the ideal solution for on-site measurement of lakes, rivers and oceans. The HI 9828 multi-parameter handheld instrument is a comprehensive analysis instrument that can measure up to 13 key water quality parameters (6 measured values ​​and 7 calculated values), including pH, EC/TDS, ORP, DO, atmospheric pressure and temperature. HI98194 is a waterproof portable multi-parameter water quality meter that can monitor up to 12 different parameters. The HI7698194 is a multi-parameter probe for use with the HI98194 handheld meter. It is equipped with a large screen dot matrix LCD and all parameters are displayed on one screen so that the user is clear at a glance. There are two sets of ON / OFF output, high and low point alarm output, and the hysteresis can be set arbitrarily, the high and low point alarm not only has an output function, but can also be intuitively displayed on the display screen.
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