Again, a microwave vendor weighs in (so far I haven't received any
flames), so read at your own risk. :-)
At the risk of sounding overly and overtly commercial, after reading
post after post of $30,000+ and $18,000 and similarly high figures for
lab microwaves, I really feel the need to set the record straight.
Depending on the usage requirements, we have laboratory microwaves as
low as $1749 for a "bare bones" model for simple operations, to
mid-priced units, to under $11,000 for a vacuum equipped microwave
processor capable of the +/- 0.5 degree C temperature control necessary
for tissue processing.
(I can feel the heat already!)
There are many compelling reasons to replace a kitchen microwave with a
lab model; feel free to download, read, and even share with colleagues
our Microwave Companion at
Best regards, and see you at NSH,
Microwave Product Manager
Energy Beam Sciences, Inc.
29-B Kripes Rd.
East Granby, CT 06026
Tel: 800.992.9037 x 341
Kathleen Boozer wrote:
> What is the best microwave for a small lab using it only for heating Bouin's and Silver Nitrate for special stains? I just can't believe I would have to spend $30,000+ or slow down and use a waterbath.
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