Hear what our customers have to say about our vortexers...
"Our Steriod lab has had a lab-tek vortexer for over 3 years. We are very satisfied with its performance."
Dr Peter Elder, and Dr John Lewis, H.O.D. Steriod & Immunobiochemistry Laboratory. Canterbury Health Laboratories.
Note: in September 2012 we called into this lab and Dr Elder told us they were still very pleased with the vortexer -it has needed new foam pads of course and we had added the nylon screw to help clamp the top plate.
"We finally received the vortexer today and it works like a champion...Lab-tek (International Ltd) will be listed as THE place to get a customised vortexer..."
Joe Tasto, Vanderbuilt University. U.S.A.
"Customers are very pleased with your product..."
Miikka Karkela, Laboline, Finland
"The cardiac Research group at Christchurch Hospital have had a Lab-tek vortexer for two years and use it frequently throughout each day. It is of a high standard. We have been more than happy with its performance."
Steve Fisher, Cardioendocrine Laboratory manager. Christchurch Hospital.This is still running as at september 2012 -after 8 years. They keep it in their cold room!!! not advisable from an engineers point of view -however it still works!
"We installed the 10 units yesterday and are very pleased with them. It is quite a transition from the initial design to where we are today..."
U.S.A. Pharmaceutical Co.
"It's a pleasure to have again a smoothly working but powerful multitube vortexer."
Hugo Eersels - Zol Genk, Belgium
"...we started using it immediately and think it is great. In fact we are all fighting over using it!"
Karen Dean, Monash University. Australia
"...the vortexer is here in good condition and functioning well!...."
Cambridge University. England
Operating tip... We have added a 4mm nylon screw to the bush in the top plate to add tension to the knob to prevent loosening during long vortex runs. To effectively use this, unscrew the large knob out past the nylon screw then turn the nylon screw in 1/4 turn before turning clockwise the large knob back in. This cuts into the nylon screw and makes a tight 'fit' of the large knob and screw against the stainless steel pole.
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