The HT (High Throughput) Lysing Bead Mill Lab Homogenizer Model HOHTDG offers efficient solutions for all of your grinding, lysing, pulverizing, mixing and homogenizing sample preparation applications. High-throughput processing is ideal for multiple sample and tube configurations. Easy-to-load tray securely locks the microplate or tube in place. High speed linear motion processes samples quickly. Flexibility to use OHAUS sample tubes or any other brand.
HT Lysing Homogenizer is one of the most flexible models on the market. Process sample tubes, microplates, deep-well plates, or any format that will fit in the unit's holder – no costly accessories needed.
Five preset programs optimized for speed and time helps take the guesswork out of creating the processing speeds and times for the most common samples including bacteria, fungi, plant & animal tissue.
The HT Lysing Bead Homogenizer allows high-throughput processing, and is ideal for processing multiple tubes, microplates, deep-well plates etc. simultaneously.
|Homogenizer Type||Bead Mill|
|Sample Throughput||96 samples|
|Sample Volume (min)||1 µl|
|Sample Volume (max)||3 ml|
|Usage / Placement||Benchtop|
|Speed Range||300 rpm – 1600 rpm|
|Motion||Vertical, 31 mm|
|Capacity||1 Deep Well, 4 Microplates or any sample to 10.2 x 12.7 x 6.4 cm|
|Timer||1 second – 10 minutes|
|Programs||5 Preset Programs|
|Dimensions (HxLxW)||20.5 in x 17.5 in x 11.5 in (518 mm x 443 mm x 288 mm)|
|Net Weight||59 lb (26.8 kg)|
|Power||120V, 6.3A, 50/60Hz|
|Power Consumption||450 W|
|Working Environment||40°F – 104°F, 20% – 85%RH, non-condensing (5°C – 40°C, 85%RH, non-condensing)|
Are there specific types of microplates which should be used with the HT Lysing Bead Mill Homogenizer?
There are no specific plates which are recommended, and your application should be the primary determinant of what plate you use, but there are some plates which tend to work better than others. Round-bottom plates generally provide a better homogenization than flat-bottom plates. Polypropylene microplates are more resistant to damage than polystyrene plates. Deep-well microplates tend to be less resistant to damage. Regardless of what plate you use, we strongly recommend doing a "dry run" with a small volume of water and beads in a few wells in order to verify that the microplates will not crack or break during homogenization.
When homogenizing in microplates, should the microplates be sealed?
Yes! Sealing mats provide the best seal and protection from leakage.