Vortex Mixer

Key Features:

  1. Vortex Mixing Principle:
    • Rapid Circular Motion: The vortex mixer creates a rapid circular motion, forming a vortex in the liquid sample. This motion facilitates effective mixing without the need for mechanical stirring or shaking.
  2. Variable Speed Control:
    • Adjustable Speed: The mixer typically has variable speed control, allowing users to adjust the mixing speed based on the requirements of the application.
  3. Touch or Continuous Operation:
    • Touch Mode: Some models operate in a touch mode, where mixing is activated when the sample tube is pressed against the mixing surface.
    • Continuous Mode: Continuous operation allows for longer mixing durations as needed.
  4. Multiple Attachment Options:
    • Vortex Attachments: Interchangeable attachments, such as foam rubber cup heads or other accessory attachments, accommodate different sample tube sizes and types.
  5. Hands-Free Operation:
    • Hands-Free Operation: Some models come with features such as a cup head that can be secured in place, allowing hands-free operation during mixing.
  6. Compact and Space-Saving Design:
    • Benchtop Instrument: Vortex mixers are typically compact and designed to be placed on laboratory benches, saving space.
  7. Sturdy Construction:
    • Durable Materials: Constructed with durable materials to withstand continuous use in laboratory environments.
  8. Quiet Operation:
    • Low Noise: The design aims for quiet operation to create a conducive working environment in the laboratory.
  9. Safety Features:
    • Stable Base: The mixer often features a stable base to prevent tipping during operation.
    • Safety Shut-Off: Some models may include safety shut-off features to prevent overheating.
  10. Easy to Clean:
    • Smooth Surfaces: The surfaces are often designed to be smooth and easy to clean, minimizing the risk of sample cross-contamination.
  11. LED Indicator:
    • Operational Status: An LED indicator may be included to show the operational status of the vortex mixer.
  12. Portable Models:
    • Battery Operation: Portable models may operate on batteries, providing flexibility for use in various locations.
  13. Application-Specific Models:
    • Microplate Vortex Mixers: Designed specifically for mixing samples in microplates.
    • Large Capacity Vortex Mixers: Suitable for mixing larger volumes of samples.
  14. Compliance with Standards:
    • CE Marked: Our Vortex Mixer is manufactured to comply with relevant safety and quality standards, often indicated by a CE mark.

Vortex Mixer, a versatile laboratory instrument used for mixing and agitating liquid samples in tubes or containers. Vortex mixers are commonly employed in life sciences, biology, chemistry, and other research settings. Here are the key features of our Vortex Mixer: