Available now is this complete Hiden HPR-20 QIC research grade bench-top gas analysis system: Including Hiden hal 3f/301 RC triple filter mass spectrometer with Faraday multiplier detector. Mass range 300 AMU. System part 305021. Includes oil-free scroll pump (XDS5) for turbo foreling pumping and bypassing pumping. System is described by department as “in perfect working order.” Equipment was acquired in March of 2011. Item is located in room N330Q of Foege Hall, UW campus, Seattle, WA. For more information, or to arrange for a viewing appointment please contact Jeanette Stein at 206-543-6718 or email@example.com . If you would like to purchase this item, please contact Eric Wahl in the UW Surplus office at 206-685-1573/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Up for bids now on GovDeals is this 2004 Beckton Dickerson FACS Canto flow cytometer system. This equipment includes a manufacturer’s service contract through May of 2015 and is currently located in the UW Health Sciences Building, Room H-518c. This auction closes at 5pm Eastern Time on Thursday, September 4, 2014. For more information, photos, and bidding, click here.
Note: This equipment is located at the Medical Genetics Lab, HSB K-260. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Jannah Kennon at 206-543-5326 or email@example.com. Item # 34129-9
SN: 95092074 Korea
41589-2. It’s like that one time when Dr. Bunsen Honeydew at Muppet Labs invented dart bananas with razor-sharp ends that were supposed to be convenient for throwing against a wall so you always knew where your bananas were, but so many folks had fun chucking them around that Beeker fled the lab screaming, “Meep, meep, meep!” … yeah, this cabinet reminds me of that. Good times. Measures 31” x 6’ x 56”H.
41589-1. Much like Love Potion #9, Lab Cabinet #2 has a curious effect on people. If the sight of this hunk-a hunk-a retro lab furniture compels you to be alone with it in the candle light it’ll set you back a Benjamin. Its bodacious measurements: 31” x 6’ x approximately 3’H.
Please note: This equipment is located at the Equipment Room at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS), 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105.
Available now is a Miltenyi AutoMACS Pro Separator. This equipment, which was originally purchased in 2008/2009, features automated cell separations with magnetic columns.
Included Attachments/ Accessories: MACS mini-sampler, four chilled reagent racks: 5, 15 (2), 50, wash buffer (3), running buffer (1), column (1), user manual, and short instructions.
For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Kris Weigel at DEOHS: 206-616-6163/ kris11 at uw dot edu.
To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl at the UW Surplus office: 206-685-1573/ ericwahl at uw dot edu and reference Surplus ID# 41175-1.
Payment & Removal: We accept cash, wire transfer, credit & debit cards (Visa, Master Card, and Discover). We are unable to accept American Express. We can also accept POs from authorized university departments. Equipment must be removed from its location no later than 2 weeks after sale. Pick-up, packaging, and removal is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. This equipment is sold as-is, where-is with no warranty stated nor implied.
Note: This equipment is located at the Medical Genetics Lab, HSB K-260. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Jannah Kennon at 206-543-5326 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Item # 34129-8
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This equipment is located offsite: CENPA, North Physics Lab, Accelerator tunnel room 151, University of Washington Seattle campus.
Surplus ID#s 37282-1 and 37282-2.
Available from the North Physics Lab are two stainless steel rebuncher cryostat tanks. Material: 304L stainless steel, Outside height: 63”, Top flange diameter: 34”, TAOD: 32”, Inside height: 60”, approximate weight: 1175lbs. One elastomer gasket for top flange; all other seals are metal. Cryogen lines entering through the top, 2E-8 torr.
For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Greg Harper, Associate Director, CENPA, at: 206-543-4084/ email@example.com.
To purchase one or both of these tanks, please contact Eric Wahl at the UW Surplus office: 206-685-1573/ firstname.lastname@example.org. Buyers will be responsible for pick up and removal from the North Physics Lab.
Before you get any wild ideas about finally being able to sign your name in plasma, let us note that this is a very specialized scientific instrument.
This TePla “Plasma Pen” atmospheric plasma system is approximately 2 years old. Item is located in room N330Q of Foege Hall, UW campus, Seattle, WA. For more information, or to arrange for a viewing appointment please contact Jeanette Stein at 206-543-6718 or email@example.com .