A laboratory shaker is a device used to perform chemical reactions in a laboratory, also known as a test shaker, test shaker or test shaker. It usually consists of a platform and a driving device. Chemical reactors and solutions can be placed on the platform, and the solution is stirred by vibrating the platform to promote the reaction.

Laboratory shakers are used in a variety of applications such as chemical synthesis, cell culture, drug screening, DNA extraction, and sample mixing. According to the needs, the laboratory shaker can perform different types of vibrations, such as linear vibration, rotary vibration, reciprocating vibration, etc. Some advanced laboratory shakers also have additional functions, such as controlling temperature, humidity and CO2 concentration, etc.

When using a laboratory shaker, care must be taken, and laboratory safety regulations and operating guidelines must be followed to ensure safety and accuracy.


A laboratory mixer is a laboratory device used to mix, dissolve or stir chemical samples or biological products.
When using a laboratory mixer, you need to pay attention to the following points:
1. Select the appropriate mixer: select the appropriate mixer according to the nature and capacity of the sample.
2. Adding the sample: Add the sample that is easy to mix first, and avoid adding the viscous sample first, otherwise the mixing effect will be affected.
3. Adjust the mixing speed: adjust the speed of the mixer according to the nature of the sample and the degree of mixing required.
4. Prevent sample overflow: Avoid sample overflowing the mixer, so as not to affect the service life and work efficiency of the mixer.
5. Cleaning and maintenance: Regularly clean and maintain the mixer to ensure its normal operation and service life.
In short, in the laboratory, the use of a mixer is very important, it can improve the accuracy and stability of the experiment, and help scientists to better complete the experimental work.



Lab stirrers are devices used in laboratories to mix or stir liquids or solutions. They typically consist of a motorized mechanism with a rotating shaft that holds a stirring element such as a paddle, impeller, or magnetic stir bar. The stirring element is placed in the liquid or solution to be stirred, and the motor rotates the shaft, causing the stirring element to create turbulence and mix the contents.

Lab stirrers come in various sizes and shapes depending on the application and the volume of the liquid or solution to be stirred. Some lab stirrers have additional features such as temperature control, speed control, and programmable settings.

Lab stirrers are commonly used in chemistry, biology, and other scientific fields where the mixing or stirring of liquids is required. They are also used in quality control and production processes in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and cosmetics.