Lab Equipment

Items shown represent a small selection of current inventory.

Bruker D8 Discover X-ray diffraction system with GADDS 2-d XRD

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$7,500.00

SOLD!
Item: 50591-1

This equipment is located at the Molecular Engineering & Sciences building (“MolES”) on the UW’s Seattle campus. For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Liam Bradshaw: liamb at uw dot edu / 206-221-8493.

NOTE: REMOVAL WINDOW FOR THIS EQUIPMENT IS MONDAY, JUNE 26 - FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017.

http://www.moles.washington.edu/maf/research-tools/d8-xrd-2/

Bruker D8 Discover with GADDS 2-D XRD System
By combining a high-power rotating Cu anode x-ray source and an extremely sensitive 2D large area detector, the Bruker D8 powder x-ray diffractometer delivers some of the shortest acquisition times available. Additionally the 2D detection system gives unique information such as film orientation and strain, not achievable with traditional powder diffractometers. Since the instrument operatesin a collimated beam geometry (0.05-0.8 mm beam diameter), only a very small amount of sample is necessary, and good diffraction can be collected from non-flat surfaces. Phase Identification, Phase Quantification (or % crystallinity), Texture, Stress, High Throughput Screening, MicroDiffraction, Mapping and more can be done faster and more easily on this system.

Key Components & Features:
18 kW Cu rotating anode
1/4 circle eulerian cradle
X/Y/Z translation stage
Hi-Star 2D area detector
Collimated beam geometry, beam diameter 0.05 - 0.8 mm
Laser/video alignment system

Software:
The control software licenses are transferrable, according to Bruker. The control and acquisition software will be included.

Included Accessories/ Attachments:
Haskris water/water chiller for x-ray source

Not Included:
Temperature controlled sample stage & Wafer stage are not included.

Removal Instructions:
This equipment will only be available for removal between June 26, 2017 and June 30, 2017. Property may be removed by appointment only and appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. The Buyer will make all arrangements and perform all work necessary, including packing, loading and transportation of the property. No Assistance will be provided.

Payment Instructions:
This equipment is available to the general public beginning May 16th at 12:00pm. To purchase this equipment, please contact Catherine Scheid or Jeanel Cassidy at UW Surplus: surplus at uw dot edu / 206-685-1573.

Carbon Steel Steam Generator

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$2,000.00

47948-4.
This equipment is located in Room H126 of the UW Health Sciences Building; it is not located at the Surplus warehouse. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden in the department of microbiology: hhayden at uw dot edu / 206-897-1720, or Marie-Pierre Blanc: mpblanc at uw dot edu / 206-616-5108.

To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl at UW Surplus: ericwahl at uw dot edu / 206-685-1573.

Unused, Carbon Steel Steam Generator 51.7 lbs/hr 208v (2007).

Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up and removal of equipment.

Fermentation System: New Brunswick Scientific BioFlow 510 + LG-15 Carbon Steel Steam Generator

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$20,000.00

SOLD!
47948-1.
This equipment is located in Room H126 of the UW Health Sciences Building; it is not located at the Surplus warehouse. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden in the department of microbiology: hhayden at uw dot edu / 206-897-1720, or Marie-Pierre Blanc: mpblanc at uw dot edu / 206-616-5108.

To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl at UW Surplus: ericwahl at uw dot edu / 206-685-1573.

Unused, still-crated fermentation system: New Brunswick Scientific BioFlow 510 (2008) + LG-15 Carbon Steel Steam Generator 51.7 lbs/hr 208v (2007). Includes Barnant variable speed pump (120v), Chiller HX+150TU3 4.5KW@20-Celsius air-cooled 208/230v 60Hz, marine blade impeller 40L right hand, pitched blade impeller 40L right hand, BioCommand Lit software, water prefilter/ regulator kit.

Key components & features: 47948-1: Sterilizable Fermentation System: BioFlo 510 w/ configuration: M1361-4003, M1361-6001, M1361-5013, M1361-0301, M1361-2443, M1361-2801, M1361-2500, M1361-2400, M1361-0611, M1361-0400, M1290-0642, M1361-0501.

Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up and removal of equipment.

GovDeals Online Auction: Vacuum-Jacketed Cryogentic Distrubution System

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~GovDeals Auction: CLOSES JUNE 29~

The University of Washington department of physics is pleased to offer this vacuum-jacketed cryogenic distribution system. This equipment is located at the Van De Graff Accelerator Building on the UW’s Seattle campus.

This equipment was specially made for the University of Washington Nuclear Physics Lab by BEECH AIRCRAFT/ CRYOGENICS DIVISION, BOULDER, CO. Model: Line Assembly/ Valve Box Assembly. Part #: X17379 - followed by various subpart #s & serial #s. Specification: 281238. Order: 22888.

This distribution system includes eight (8) valve boxes and a couple extra pieces of lineage. It consists of inner liquid helium supply lines and cold vapor helium return lines; surrounded by a 77K shield cooled by a liquid nitrogen distribution line; all surrounded by a vacuum jacket. Materials of construction are largely 304/316/321 stainless steels, exclusive of thermal anchors and super-insulation. The one central valve box includes six manual CryoLab valves. The seven distribution valve boxes include six automatic CryoLab valves plus miscellaneous Fisher pneumatic controls: electro-pneumatic switches, electro-pneumatic electric signal to instrument air transducers, precision valve positioners, and pneumatic valve drivers. There are also several keepful valves for liquid nitrogen plus a few extra manual cryo valves and small vacuum valves. It has been cut apart to extract it from our experimental hall; some parts/ pieces have been damaged or broken off.

Each valve box weighs between 400lbs and 600lbs for a total weight of about 4000lbs. Pieces are roughly 4’ high by 4’ wide. Lengths vary from about 6 feet to 14 feet.

For equipment questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact: Douglas WIll, Senior Research Scientist/ Engineer: diwill@uw.edu / 206-769-8118. Mr. Will will also be the onsite contact for pick-up & removal by the winner.

This auction closes at 8:45pm Pacific Time, Thursday, June 29, 2017.<br /

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Plastic Tanks, 55 gal.

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$30.00 each (3 available)

Items: 50869-9 through 11

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