benchtop

benchtop

(ˈbɛntʃˌtɒp)
n
a flat surface area
adj
for use at a bench
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A self-contained, benchtop reflectance/transmittance spectrophotometer is designed for color quality control of plastic articles.
Designed for easy testing of complex samples, it will simulate process conditions in a benchtop environment.
The Waters Xevo G2 TOF (time-of-flight) mass spectrometer with UPLC/MSE and QuanTof technology offers sensitive, exact mass quantitative and qualitative performance of any benchtop MS system for scientists who need to confidently identify and quantify unknown compounds in complex samples.
A new benchtop micro-injection machine molds thermoplastic or silicone-rubber parts measuring just 2 [mm.sup.3] and weighing only 0.0022 g, or one-twentieth of a single pellet.
S-Series benchtop universal testing machines are said to be powerful, compact testing machines that can be used to determine tension, compression, shear, flexural and other mechanical and physical properties of rubber, plastics, composites, textiles, adhesives and nearly all other materials.
The recent development of benchtop flow cytometry instruments, combined with user-friendly software and turnkey assay kits, is now enabling this technology to be used right at the lab bench by both experts and novices alike.
With a focus on the detection of large molecules, including biotherapeutics, protein complexes, aggregates, and antibody-antigen interactions in a benchtop footprint at an affordable price.
FLIR recently announced the FLIR DM91 Industrial true-root mean sguare multimeter for electrical inspection and says built for industrial electricians and benchtop workers, the 18-function DM91 digital multimeter is capable of datalogging and storage for up to 10 sets of 40k scalar measurements, with a recall function for data review.