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Turntables, Laboratory

Definition : Turntables designed for use in clinical laboratories. These turntables are usually heavy duty devices made of chemically resistant plastics (e.g., PVC), metals (e.g., stainless steel), or a combination of these materials. The turntables include a manual or powered rotatory mechanism to provide a circular motion to an upper platform that may include several compartments on each of one or more vertical tiers (also known as a rotating shelf). Laboratory turntables are mostly used to store and facilitate handling and accessibility of a variety of devices, supplies, and/or laboratory products. Laboratory turntables may also be used in other areas of healthcare facilities with similar conditions (e.g., pharmacies and research areas). Some dedicated laboratory turntables are intended for a particular use such as Petri dish inoculation, sample handling, and chromatography procedures.

Entry Terms : "Chemically-Resistant Turntables" , "Laboratory Turntables" , "Pharmacy Turntables"

UMDC code : 33856

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Spectrum Scientifics

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Thomas Scientific

Company Type: Parent

Thomas Scientific provides the latest in equipment and supplies to the science community. In accordance to the tradition of the original founders, Thomas Scientific itself offers individualized customer service, innovative scientific equipment, and a comprehensive catalog offering a wide selection of product listings at a great deal. We are a small business and a registered contractor for the U.S. Federal Government.

Wilkinson Hi-Rise LLC

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The worlds largest Trash and Linen Chute manufacturer. Established in 1923, Wilkinson Hi-Rise has become the leader in new products such as compactors, automated recycling systems and stainless steel architectural products. Wilkinson Hi-Rise has sales and service centers in Ohio, New York, California, Illinois and Florida; and a network of distributors nationwide that sell, install and service Wilkinson equipment.

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