Vortex Genie® 2 Vortex
The vortex is a variable speed laboratory mixer
|1 unit (120V)
|1 unit (220V)
- Variable speed control allows low speed shaking action up to high speed vortexing.
- Interchangeable attachments designed to produce different mixing actions, allowing you to choose the correct action for your application.
- Operates in both hands-free or touch mode for precise vortexing control.
- Tough metal housing provides bench top stability for all types of mixing without risk of “walking”.
- Unmatched reliability, with many years of proven performance in laboratories all over the world.
Our Vortex Genie® 2 Vortex blends fluids quickly and thoroughly with a true vortex action that prevents spilling, even when tubes are uncapped. It is capable of ranges from gentle yet thorough shaking action to extreme vigorous vortexing depending on the speed and attachment chosen. A 3-position power switch lets you select continuous action, or "Touch On" control. With true “Hands-Free” operation lab operators can greatly increase efficiency. The operator completely controls the mixing of test tubes, beakers and flasks by varying the speed of the motor and/or the angle of contact and pressure against the mixing head.
The unit is supplied with a pop-off quick change standard cup and a 3 inch (7.6 cm) platform head. We offer four Vortex Adapters for processing multiple tubes with the Vortex Genie® 2 Vortex.
*Before purchasing, please identify the correct model for use in your country. (See Specifications underneath product image on this webpage)
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**Please Note** Reference this Guide to choose the correct voltage for your country.
Due to country specific outlets, the 220V Vortex Genie does not come with a plug. The plug specific to your outlet needs to be supplied by the end user.
||120V, 60 Hz; 240V, 50 Hz
||Three inch platform head and pop-off cup
||9 lbs. (4 kgs)
||mm(in), 165(6.5")long x 122(4.8")wide x 16(6.5")high
||2-year manufacturer warranty
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