The University of Washington at Bothell is offering these 3 large metal shipping containers for bids in 3 individual auctions!
8’ x 20’ metal shipping containers with doors opening at one end. Containers have some rust, and some leaks.
About 8’ wide x 8’ tall x 20’ long and weighs about 5000 pounds.
This equipment is located on the UW Bothell campus in Bothell, WA: UWB Corp Yard. Onsite contact for questions or to arrange for a viewing appointment: Tyson Kemper, Grounds Supervisor: 206-391-9440 / firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Kemper will be the winner’s point of contact for arranging pickup & removal of the container.
These auctions close at 7pm, 7:15pm, and 7:30pm, Tuesday, February 12, 2019.
The University of Washington department of civil & environmental engineering is pleased to offer this Applied Photophysics stopped-flow spectrofluorometer reaction analyzer, Model SX.18MV.
KEY COMPONENTS & FEATURES: “The SX.18MV stopped-flow spectrofluoreimeter allows fast chemical, biochemical, and biological reactions initiated by stopped-flow and sequential-mixing stopped-flow to be followed using absorption, fluorescence, and circular dichromism detection methods.” (User Handbook, p.3). Deuterium lamp power supply; Diode array accessory; Sequential stopped-flow sample handling unit; SpectraKinetic monochromator (2 units); Power controlled lamp supply; Optical rail to mount lamp housing and monochromators.
INCLUDED ATTACHMENTS/ ACCESSORIES: Color CRT monitor; Acorn computer; Misc. spare parts (syringes, hoses, tubing); User Handbook w/ associated floppy disks.
Originally purchased in March of 1999. Last used prior to 2012.
LOCATION & CONTACT: This equipment is located on the University of Washington’s Seattle campus at More Hall, Room 324. Onsite contact for equipment questions and to arrange for viewing appointments: J. Sean Yeung, lab manager: 1-206-543-2547 / email@example.com
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT: 200lbs total. 5ft x 3ft x 3ft. May be possible to disassemble for shipping.
This auction closes at 7pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, January 9, 2019.
UW Surplus is pleased to offer two COBE Spectra Apheresis Systems. Both units power on, but have not been tested for functionality.
Each system includes:
*Optical sensors to monitor density in the plasma/collect line or red blood cell spillover
*Display panel providing instructions and system messages
*Centrifuge chamber with interlocking door and cover
*Return flow controller that enables single-needle therapeutic plasma exchange and platelet collection
*Dual-stage or single-stage technology
*Configurable procedure parameters for procedure consistency
*Automated procedures with operator control
*Programmable fluid balance and automated procedure endpoint calculations
*Low total blood volume (TBV) applications
This equipment is available for preview during our public store hours on Tuesday, February 12th from 12:00pm - 6:00pm, no appointment needed. To schedule a preview outside of these hours, or for questions about this equipment, please contact UW Surplus auction staff at: 206-685-1573.
This auction closes at 7:30pm Pacific Time, Monday, February 18, 2019.
The University of Washington Surplus Property program is pleased to offer this Danby Silhouette Select cooling wine cabinet. We have plugged in the cabinet and observed the cooling mechanism to be operational. Padlock-able metal clasp-arm has been installed on side for additional security.
DIMENSIONS: 23 7/16”-W x 28 3/8”-D x 69 1/2”-H. SHIPPING WEIGHT: Approx. 262lbs. BOTTLE CAPACITY: 146 bottles. TOTAL CAPACITY: 146 Cu. Ft.
SPECIFICATIONS: Dual Temperature Zones, Accommodates Magnum Wine Bottles (Top Shelf Accommodates Magnum Wine Bottles with a Diameter of up to 3 5/8”), All Black Interior, Digital Thermostat, Audible Alarm (Sounds if temperature fluctuates excessively or if the door is left ajar), Frost-Free, Fan Forced Cooling, Stamped Stainless Steel Door, Roller-Glide Shelves, LED Lighting, LOW-E Glass Door (Helps protect the wine from harmful UV rays; helps to maintain a more consistent internal temperature), Shelf Type: Wood with Stainless Steel Trim, Shelf Quantity: 13, Temperature Zones: 2, Temperature Range: 39-64 Degrees Fahrenheit.
This equipment is located at the UW Surplus warehouse.
This auction closes at 7pm Pacific Time on Thursday, January 10, 2019.
The University of Washington department of microbiology is pleased to offer this Illumina MiSeq benchtop DNA sequencer for bids.
Certified Pre-Owned. Refurbished and tested on 2013-07-23. Revised Serial Number M01508R. Benchtop sequencer with standard features. Includes mouse and keyboard. No known defects or abnormalities. The sequencer has been maintained following Illumina’s guidelines.
This equipment is located on the UW’s main Seattle campus in the Magnuson Health Sciences Center Building (HSB).
For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden: firstname.lastname@example.org / 1-206-897-1720. Dr. Hayden will be the contact person for pick-up & removal by the winner.
This auction closes at 7pm Pacific Time, Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
Lowered Starting Bid!
The University of Washington’s Facilities Grounds Maintenance division is pleased to offer this unique natural edge elm slab from the UW’s campus tree salvage project.
This natural edge elm slab measures an average of 15”-wide on the narrowest face inside the bark x 154”-long x 2.25”-thick. It is from a Narrow Leafed Elm, which lived across Mason Road NE from the new Bill and Melinda Gates Center on the University of Washington’s Seattle campus. Cut down in 2015, it was kiln-dried and tests from 7% to 9% MC.
UW Tree Number: 7208
Species Name: Ulmus minor
Common Name: Narrow Leafed Elm
To learn more about the UW’s salvage wood program, click HERE.
This piece is located at the UW Surplus warehouse.
This auction closes at 7:30pm Pacific Time on Thursday, November 15, 2018.
For more photos, and to place your bids, click HERE!
The University of Washington department of psychiatry & behavioral sciences is pleased to offer this Nikon Eclipse E600 microscope + Camera, Computer, & Accessories.
KEY COMPONENTS & FEATURES:Objectives: CFI Plan Fluor 4X/0.13 ∞/- WD 17.1; CFI Plan Apochromat 10X/0.45 DIC L ∞/0.17 WD 4.0; CFI Plan Fluor 20X/0.5 DICM ∞/0.17 WD 2.1 CFI Plan Fluor 40X/0.75 DICM ∞/0.17 WD 0.72. Eyepieces: 10X/fn25 ultra wide field; Filter Cubes: UV-2E/C Dapi/Hoechs; FITC CY2 (GFP) Exciter: ET470/40x, 25mm Dichroic: T495LP Emitter: ET525/50m TRITC (RED) ET-mCherry, Tx Red Filter Set; Exciter: ET560/40x, 25mm Dichroic: T585LP Emitter: ET630/75m Fourth cube slot. Additional: Lamp housing 12V 100W EVA quartz halogen (spare bulb provided); Lamp housing and HBO socket 100W; HBO lamps 103/W2 (4 spares provided); Stage (mechanical); Body tube, trinocular T ultra wide field; Condenser, phase turret .9NA; Nose piece, six place; Camera adapter and port.
INCLUDED ATTACHMENTS AND/OR ACCESSORIES:Camera: Jenoptik ProgRes C7 color camera; Computer: Intel i5-2400; Monitor: HP ZR2440w; Keyboard & mouse.
No known defects or abnormalities with this equipment.
This equipment is located at Harborview Medical Center’s Research and Training Building, Room 313, 325 Ninth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104. Onsite contact for specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment: Michele Kelly: email@example.com.
Weight of all components together: ~75 - 100lbs.
This auction closes at 7pm Pacific Time on Thursday, January 17, 2019.
The University of Washington Department of Chemical Engineering is pleased to offer this Varian Star 3400 gas chromatograph for bids. Equipment is circa 1992 and weigh approximately 50lbs with computer attached. The power supply for the computer has been replaced and is included with the equipment.
This equipment is located on the UW’s Seattle campus at Benson Hall, Room 222.
Onsite contact for questions or to make a viewing appointment is Ben Ponto at the Chemical Engineering department: 1-425-318-2492 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Curious about what happens at our live public auctions but afraid you might accidentally win something if you scratch your nose or stretch your arm? Fear not! Surplus live auctions are lively affairs in which a live auction caller directs & accepts bids on a wide variety of auction lots with the help of bid spotters and bidders’ own numbered bidder paddle cards. And if you happen to scratch your nose or stretch your arm, we won’t award a bid to you unless you want us to do so.
Approximately 6 – 8 Saturdays per year, UW Surplus Auctions hosts live public auctions at the Surplus warehouse. Auction lots are comprised of large quantities of like-items such as laptops, servers, and desktop computers, items that are large in size or scale such as printing presses, plotters, and industrial equipment like saws, lathes & milling machines, and groups of items of similar use or function such as medical equipment, audio-visual equipment, and kitchen or lab equipment. Our live auctions also offer unique items such as professional coffee equipment, maritime equipment like buoys and rope, art equipment like pottery wheels, and racks full of printer inks & toners.
So whether you’re a reseller who finds clients for laptops & computers, a tinkerer on the lookout for that perfect saw or drill press for your garage shop, a photography enthusiast excited by the range of cameras we offer, a couple of young start-ups looking for espresso machines for your new business, or a crafty sort who knows just the trick to convert a giant old metal buoy into a fire pit or grill, UW Surplus Auctions has something of interest for you!
We post our online auction catalog to Proxibid.com a week before the auction begins. Interested bidders may register online at Proxibid (and submit pre-bids!) or in person at the Surplus warehouse the Friday before the auction & the Saturday morning of the auction. When you register with us in person, you receive an official, numbered bidder paddle card you then raise during the auction if you want to bid or if you win the auction lot. Paper copies of the catalog are available to all visitors starting the Friday of auction preview, and numbered auction lots are staged at the north end of the warehouse unless otherwise noted.
Live auctions begin at 10am Pacific Time at the south end of the Surplus warehouse, where you’ll find several comfortable seats arranged before the auction caller’s stage & podium. You’ll see 2 stations on either side of the stage—one for the auction clerk who records all winning bids & bid amounts, and one for the Proxibid clerk, who must yell “Yep!” for each new online bid received during the auction. The auction is simulcast via live streaming through Proxibid, which means bids are coming in both online and onsite. Onsite bid spotter staff and projection screens displaying the current lot and bid progression ensure that everyone knows what the current bid is on that lot you’re interested in, so don’t be shy—raise your bidder card & bid! It’s easy to see how people get caught up in the excitement of rapid auction bidding, so it’s good to act fast when there’s something you really want!
If you’ve won items in our auction, you may issue payment right away at the cashier’s desk or make your removal arrangements and issue payment by the deadline of the close of business the Thursday after the auction. The removal deadline for auction items is the end of the day the Friday after the auction. Surplus staff will help you load auction items onto or into your vehicle at no charge. If you will be using a third-party shipper to pick-up and haul your winnings, we ask that you send us a copy of your shipper’s Bill of Lading (BOL) for our records; that way, we can release the materials to your shipper. With few exceptions, UW Surplus is unable to pack items for shipping, but we are happy to work with your designated shipping agent.
An additional nice feature of auction Saturdays is that the UW Surplus Store is open to the public from 8am – 3:30pm. So grab a coffee, bring your dog, bring your friends, and find some great deals while supporting UW Surplus’ mission of reuse, repurpose, recycle! We hope to see you at the warehouse!