Labconco began operating back in 1925 straight out of Philip Goldfisch's garage where he and Ralph Callaway, a salesman, kickstarted a business out of building acid-fume-filtering machines, a process known as Kjeldhal nitrogen determination. From garage contraptions in 1925, to dry evaporation systems and vaccum concentrators today, Labconco has gone a long way from its modest origin.
Labconco Freezone 4.5
The Labconco FreeZone 4.5 Liter Console Freeze Dryer is a compact laboratory lyophilizer with ice holding capacity for light to moderate sample loads. This freeze dryer system has a permanently...
Labconco Freezone 6 Plus
Labconco Freezone 6 Plus Attributes Region: International Collector Temperature: -84° C, -119° F Conformance: CE Ice Holding Capacity: 6L Options Included: Corrosion-Resistant Collector, Purge Valve, Mini Chamber Plug Type: Schuko Style: Console Vacuum Pump Displacement Required: 98...
Labconco Shell Freezer
Specifications Estimated Shipping Weight: 95.0 lbs Estimated Shipping Weight metric: 43.0 kg Dimensions: 14.5" w x 22.1" d x 19.7" h Dimensions metric: 36.8 x 56.1 x 50.0 cm Electrical: 230 volts, 60 Hz, 2.5...