The HT Mini™’s compact design allows for rapid benchtop homogenization at a fraction of the cost of larger machines. The HT Mini™ accepts up to three 2 ml unskirted (i.e., conical bottom) microfuge tubes, offering a homogenization speed range from 2700 RPM to 4000 RPM. The digital readout allows for precise speed configuration and timing. The HT Mini™ has the capabilities to homogenize yeast, soft tissue, plant samples and much more.
Unsure of which pre-filled tubes to use with your samples? Follow the link to see our suggestions. www.opsdiagnostics.com/applications/samplehomogenization/pre-filled-tube-comparison.htm
Not sure where to start? Check out ourapplication table for a list of samples and a suggested homogenization method.
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