Stack 'Em High

"Buy real estate; they're not making it anymore," or so the saying goes. Indeed, few pieces of property are more valuable, in relative terms, than the bench space situated between your pipettor and that benchtop tube holder you bought last summer. With each new acquisition, the painful process of evicting longtime residents in favor of new arrivals becomes more difficult. Which device is going to occupy the prime location next to the bunsen burner, and which instrument, heaven forbid, will end

Brent Johnson
Mar 28, 1999

"Buy real estate; they're not making it anymore," or so the saying goes. Indeed, few pieces of property are more valuable, in relative terms, than the bench space situated between your pipettor and that benchtop tube holder you bought last summer. With each new acquisition, the painful process of evicting longtime residents in favor of new arrivals becomes more difficult. Which device is going to occupy the prime location next to the bunsen burner, and which instrument, heaven forbid, will end up on the floor next to the coat closet?

UVP has devised a solution to the laboratory equivalent of urban sprawl. By stacking its Hybridizer and Crosslinker units into one convenient HybriLinker, UVP has created the Trump Tower of the laboratory skyline. Aside from its dominating steel and glass facade, the HybriLinker provides features such as variable speed and digital temperature control that are uncommon in most instruments. The...

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