Lab Equipment

Items shown represent a small selection of current inventory.

Biacore T100 Biologics Analyzer

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$80,000.00

Item # 51401-1
SOLD
PLEASE NOTE: This equipment is not located at the Surplus warehouse; it is located in Room G22 of the Molecular Sciences and Engineering Building on the main Seattle UW campus.

Serial # 1382966
This Biacore T100 consists of a processing unit, controlled from a PC running the Biacore T100 Control Software and is designed to provide up to 48 hours of unattended operation. The software is wizard-based for ease of use but can be customized by advanced users. Instrument comes with three different types of sample racks plus an option for a 96 or 384well plate. The T100 is equipped with high performance syringe pumps providing constant flow through fluidic handling system, and an onboard degassing unit obviating the need to degas buffer and reagent solutions. Both sample compartment and sensor compartment are temperature controlled.

The Biacore T100 is capable of detecting mass accumulation of analyte >100 Daltons, quantitating affinity interactions in the range from 1pM to 1mM, measuring kinetics of binding with kon in the 103-107 M-1s-1 range and koff in the range of 10-5 to 10-2 s-1. This instrument is also capable of measuring low analyte concentrations in the picomolar range under mass transport limited conditions, and performing injection and recovery of sample for mass spec analysis.

Instrument comes with two 1 liter solvent reservoirs, a 2 liter waste container, maintenance, and system check chips. Instrument reagent racks, maintenance tools, and IFC(used but working) will also be included.

Instrument is currently not able to aspirate solutions consistently. The assessment is that the injection block on the instrument needs to be replaced and the estimated cost of this replacement is $25k.

Dimensions: 600mm x 615mm x 680mm
Weight: 60 kg
Mains requirements: Autorange 100 to 240 VAC (+/-10%), 50-60 Hz, Class-1 equipment (protective earthing).

For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact John Sumida: 206-616-3971 / jpsumida@uw.edu.

To issue payment for this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl at UW Surplus: 206-685-1573 / surplus@uw.edu.

Equipment must be removed from site within 14 days of purchase. Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up & removal. All equipment is sold as-is, where-is without warranty by the University of Washington.

Bruker D8 Discover X-ray diffraction system with GADDS 2-d XRD

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$7,500.00

SOLD!
Item: 50591-1

This equipment is located at the Molecular Engineering & Sciences building (“MolES”) on the UW’s Seattle campus. For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Liam Bradshaw: liamb at uw dot edu / 206-221-8493.

NOTE: REMOVAL WINDOW FOR THIS EQUIPMENT IS MONDAY, JUNE 26 - FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017.

http://www.moles.washington.edu/maf/research-tools/d8-xrd-2/

Bruker D8 Discover with GADDS 2-D XRD System
By combining a high-power rotating Cu anode x-ray source and an extremely sensitive 2D large area detector, the Bruker D8 powder x-ray diffractometer delivers some of the shortest acquisition times available. Additionally the 2D detection system gives unique information such as film orientation and strain, not achievable with traditional powder diffractometers. Since the instrument operatesin a collimated beam geometry (0.05-0.8 mm beam diameter), only a very small amount of sample is necessary, and good diffraction can be collected from non-flat surfaces. Phase Identification, Phase Quantification (or % crystallinity), Texture, Stress, High Throughput Screening, MicroDiffraction, Mapping and more can be done faster and more easily on this system.

Key Components & Features:
18 kW Cu rotating anode
1/4 circle eulerian cradle
X/Y/Z translation stage
Hi-Star 2D area detector
Collimated beam geometry, beam diameter 0.05 - 0.8 mm
Laser/video alignment system

Software:
The control software licenses are transferrable, according to Bruker. The control and acquisition software will be included.

Included Accessories/ Attachments:
Haskris water/water chiller for x-ray source

Not Included:
Temperature controlled sample stage & Wafer stage are not included.

Removal Instructions:
This equipment will only be available for removal between June 26, 2017 and June 30, 2017. Property may be removed by appointment only and appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. The Buyer will make all arrangements and perform all work necessary, including packing, loading and transportation of the property. No Assistance will be provided.

Payment Instructions:
This equipment is available to the general public beginning May 16th at 12:00pm. To purchase this equipment, please contact Catherine Scheid or Jeanel Cassidy at UW Surplus: surplus at uw dot edu / 206-685-1573.

Carbon Steel Steam Generator

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$2,000.00

47948-4.
This equipment is located in Room H126 of the UW Health Sciences Building; it is not located at the Surplus warehouse. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden in the department of microbiology: hhayden at uw dot edu / 206-897-1720, or Marie-Pierre Blanc: mpblanc at uw dot edu / 206-616-5108.

To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl at UW Surplus: ericwahl at uw dot edu / 206-685-1573.

Unused, Carbon Steel Steam Generator 51.7 lbs/hr 208v (2007).

Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up and removal of equipment.

Fermentation System: New Brunswick Scientific BioFlow 510 + LG-15 Carbon Steel Steam Generator

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$20,000.00

SOLD!
47948-1.
This equipment is located in Room H126 of the UW Health Sciences Building; it is not located at the Surplus warehouse. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden in the department of microbiology: hhayden at uw dot edu / 206-897-1720, or Marie-Pierre Blanc: mpblanc at uw dot edu / 206-616-5108.

To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl at UW Surplus: ericwahl at uw dot edu / 206-685-1573.

Unused, still-crated fermentation system: New Brunswick Scientific BioFlow 510 (2008) + LG-15 Carbon Steel Steam Generator 51.7 lbs/hr 208v (2007). Includes Barnant variable speed pump (120v), Chiller HX+150TU3 4.5KW@20-Celsius air-cooled 208/230v 60Hz, marine blade impeller 40L right hand, pitched blade impeller 40L right hand, BioCommand Lit software, water prefilter/ regulator kit.

Key components & features: 47948-1: Sterilizable Fermentation System: BioFlo 510 w/ configuration: M1361-4003, M1361-6001, M1361-5013, M1361-0301, M1361-2443, M1361-2801, M1361-2500, M1361-2400, M1361-0611, M1361-0400, M1290-0642, M1361-0501.

Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up and removal of equipment.

GovDeals Online Auction: MJ Research PTC-220 Peltier DYAD Thermal Cycler + BioRAD Blocks

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~GovDeals Auction: CLOSES JAN 31~

Re-listed at a lower starting price!
The University of Washington’s Surplus Property program is pleased to offer this MJ Research PTC-220 Peltier DYAD Thermal Cycler + BioRAD blocks on behalf f the UW Department of Genome Sciences.

Manufactured in 2003 by MJ Research. Blocks manufactured by BioRAD.

Blocks are 96-well, and split block, for 200ul and 500ul volume reactions in a small footprint. Each block runs thermal cycle program independently. Comes with power cord for 20A/250V Twist Lock outlet.

Unit is 40lb, 12”D x 18”W x 9”H.

Per the department: “The 500ul block [lid] is slightly melted (see photo in linked auction listing). The unit works, but the ‘bad lid sensor’ problem was not resolved. We replaced it when we saw that the lid had melted.”

This equipment is located on the UW’s Seattle campus in Foege Hall, Room S403. For equipment questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact EMILY MITCHELL: 1-206-616-2856.

This auction is scheduled to close at 7:30pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, January 31, 2018.

For more photos, and to place bids, CLICK HERE!

GovDeals Online Auction: Qty 3 New Brunswick TC-7 Rollers + 1 Drum

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~GovDeals Auction: CLOSES JAN 31~

Re-listed at a lower starting price!
The University of Washington’s Surplus Property program is pleased to offer this lot of qty 3 New Brunswick TC-7 rollers + 1 drum & accessories on behalf of the UW Department of Genome Sciences.

3 New Brunswick TC-7 rollers (1 drum included): 1 new in 2009 (SN 28812), missing the belt and 1 Brush holder screw, but good for other parts, 1 new in 2009 (SN 29832) works, 1 new in 2002 (SN 29861) works.

Rotates at 6-56rpm. Ok to run in high humidity environments. Provides unparalleled aeration of culture. For 120V 50/60Hz.

Comes with 7 sets of new replacement brushes, and 1 16mm tube drum (164 tube capacity).

Each unit is 16lb, 16”H x 16”D x 16”W. Accessories are 2lb, 15”H x 14”D x 15” W.

This equipment is located on the UW’s Seattle campus in Foege Hall, Room S403. For equipment questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact EMILY MITCHELL: 1-206-616-2856.

This auction is scheduled to close at 8pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, January 31, 2018.

For more photos, and to place bids, CLICK HERE!

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