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Benchmark Scientific has made a great name for itself by providing low-cost, high quality lab equipment. A good part of their line includes lab rockers that are used for staining, destaining, gentle mixing, or many other purposes.

But lab workers demanded something a bit more durable & long lasting. Sure the Benchmark rockers were tough, but scientists wanted them to be able to operate under cold room conditions, in incubators, or just be able to rock 24 hours, 7 days a week for years at a time. And by rock we don’t mean rock like your local radio station.

So Benchmark developed the Everlast Rocker 247, the Lab rocker that they are so confident of its durability that they back it with an unprecendented 5 Year limited warranty!

Benchmark Everlast Rocker 247

The BenchMark Everlast Rocker 247

The Everlast 247 rocker is designed for long endurance use – it can withstand cold room temperatures (down to 0 degrees  C) or incubators (max. 65 degrees C). It can run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with no problem. The heavy duty motor and system can handle it without a hitch.

The rocking speed can go from a gentle 3 rpm up to an aggressive 80 rpm for serious mixing. The tilt angle can be adjusted by the user from 0 to 20 degrees.

The platform is durable stainless steel to prevent rusting and corrosion, it can handle up to 16 lbs (7.5 kg).  In addition, an optional stacking platform can be added as well. A non-slip rubber mat is included for traction.

Everlast with Stacking Platform

Everlast Rocker 247 with stacking platform

The optional platform mounts with a 3.5″ clearance.

This durable lab rocker will give hard-working labs a tool that goes with their schedule demands.

www.spectrum-scientifics.com

 

 

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