The following equipment is located in the UW Health Sciences Building, Room K-161. It is not located at the Surplus warehouse.
Item: Applied Biosystems DNA Analyzer, Model 3730xl, Serial Number 18122-022. D.O.M.: February, 2006, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.
Key Components & Features: 96-capillary sequencer is the gold standard for high throughput DNA sequencing. The original laser was replaced with a new laser in January 2013, and the unit has had low to moderate use since then.
Attachments/ Accessories That Come with the Equipment: Sequencer comes with an external computer and flat panel monitor, which includes a suite of software for instrument setup and controls, data diagnostics, visualizations, and data analysis.
Onsite Contact: For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden, Department of Microbiology, at 206-897-1720 / hhayden at uw dot edu.
This equipment is offered as-is, where-is. No warranty is stated nor implied. Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up/ packaging/ removal of equipment. To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl in the main Surplus office: 206-685-1573 / ericwahl at uw dot edu or surplus at uw dot edu.
47371-16, -17, -18, and -30. To describe these chairs by saying, “These are four very pleasing chairs,” would have infuriated Ludwig Wittgenstein, and I’m noting this simply to wink & nod at our philosophy major fans out there; we know you’re out there. But how could you ever really know? These chairs exist in the difficulty of what it is to be, yes, and they’re also bargains. “The limits of my chair are the limits of my world,” or something close to that.
Feast your eyes on APC’s Model AP7941 super-mega-ultra power strips. For when just a little bit of power won’t do, and/or you want to park one of these next to your neighbor’s wimpy 3-unit power strip to feel powerful-er. Each strip is approximately 6’-long and features 24 ports.
Perhaps because I was a child of the ‘70s I think everything’s a candle at first, but not this mushroom, oh no: it’s some type of rock because of course it is. And this gemstone mushroom will hold down your papers better than an actual mushroom because over time that would just get gross.
47474-7. Here’s a small rolling jellybean sort of table the central inversion of which implies desk-itude while the rolling-ness implies short-term-itude. Or maybe just Hey! Mobility! For whatever reason, nearly all office desks & tables come in at exactly 29 or 30”-high, but this unique model is 26 ½”H. It’s the rebel of office tables. Measures 19 x 42 x 26 ½”H.
47432-79, -78, and -77. Ideal both for folks who have limited space or have an auxiliary computer and/ or printer, these three mobile computer stations are also useful for folks who want a laptop space for when they need to hook it up to a printer (assuming you either don’t plan on being too mobile, or you have the longest power cables ever). I know at least one person who uses cart-tables like these for big pump pots on the top level and cups & napkins on the lower level, but if you want to mix it up and put the napkins & cups on the upper level, you go right ahead. Each station measures approximately 26” x 2’ x 29”H.
47614-3. This most-likely-reeeeeeelly-old wooden cabinet features glass-front doors so you can display books, tchotchkes, things your grandma insists are too nice to be referred to as tchotchkes, and photos of your grandma just in case. Word on the street is that’s a vintage Apple sticker on there, too. Measures 51 x 15 ½ x 73”H.
Originally used for gallery exhibits so visitors could view objects from multiple angles, these unique (and large) Mylar mirror panels await your repurposing ideas. If you want to ensure your child has the biggest solar cooker ever in the history of whichever Scouts & Sprouts group he or she is in, we’ve got you all set. Or maybe you’re extremely tall and can finally have that full-length mirror all the short folks take for granted. Each panel measures approximately 40” x 139” x 3”-thick.
47188-25, -30, -32, -33, -35, -36, -37, and -39. If Violet Beauregarde had turned into a series of chairs rather than a giant blueberry child-blimp rolled away by Oompa-Loompas, she most certainly would have resembled the very blue chairs you see before you.
47531-17 (green) and -121 (grey). Far more comfortable than their sharp angles would seem to suggest and both in great shape, these two relics from the last days of Dragnet won’t snitch on you or blow your cover because, of course, you have excellent taste in chairs.
47615-10 and -11. Not everything from what used to be the future is silver, you know. And I feel like the time is right for all things butterscotch to make a serious comeback. It’s delicious, it’s creamy, and Captain & Tennille sang about it, so there.
47348-26. This gorgeously-angular chair is in almost pristine condition but for a single small round ¼” cigarette burn hole in the seat that we like to think came from Peggy Olson after she’d had the best idea ever, circa late ‘60s/ early ‘70s as the head of her own firm.
Vehicle #: UWBPD1 2006 Chevy Impala Parked in: University Lot E2 (just south of the 45st Street viaduct). VIN: 2G1WS581669418150. Mileage: 34,320 Condition Notes: DEAD BATTERY (we are happy to provide a jump). Former UWB Parking Enforcement vehicle. Roof has filled-in holes where Parking Enforcement light bar was once installed. Passenger’s side headlamps yellowed/ fogged. Interior: Seat fabrics rough; no back seat; Dash is clean/ nice. Has power locks & windows. Has CD player. Has A/C. Has BodyGuard front bumper extension and add-on exterior spotlight. Per Fleet: Has engine issues & “Engine knocks loudly.”
This vehicle was part of our recent online timed auction, and the winner defaulted. It is now available to the public through the Surplus Store at a flat price of $1550.00!
Contact: To arrange to view vehicle, please contact Brad Meeker or Jeanel Cassidy in the UW Surplus Office: 206-685-1573/ bmeeker2 at uw dot edu/ jeanel at uw dot edu. We strongly recommend making your appointment early and not waiting until the last day of the auction when we may be unable to accommodate your request.
Vehicle #: 585 2001 Chevy Express 3500 Cargo Van Parked in: University Lot E2 (just south of the 45st Street viaduct). VIN: 1GAHG39R711219088. Mileage: 65,791 Condition Notes: Decal residue on front doors. Minor scuffs on front bumper. Interior: no noticeable damage or odors. Has A/C. has tape player. Has power locks & windows. 5.7L V8 gas engine. Vehicle has only 1 key.
This vehicle was part of our recent online timed auction, and the winner defaulted. It is now available to the public through the Surplus Store at a flat price of $7300.00!
Contact: To arrange to view vehicle, please contact Brad Meeker or Jeanel Cassidy in the UW Surplus Office: 206-685-1573/ bmeeker2 at uw dot edu/ jeanel at uw dot edu.