The vortexer is a laboratory equipment that is easy to use; the smallest size is about a six inch four by four box and the biggest is more or less have the size of a standard size office table. The vortexer is used for mixing liquid or liquid solutions inside a vial. It is made out of an electric motor engine which steers vertically and on top of it is are dented holes made out of either rubber or plastic located not too close to the center. As the motor engine starts, the dented areas rapidly circulate in order to mix the liquid or liquid solutions. It is also used to structure water; structuring water also goes to the same process as any other liquid that goes inside the vortexer.
Other than vials, test tubes can also be put inside the vortexer, the rapid vertical circular motion is then transmitted inside the vial, test tube or any appropriate container, while still in motion a vortex is then being created. The speed of the vortexer can be easily be manipulated depending on how fast is the needed speed is in mixing the liquids.
Votexers are one of the most common lab equipments in the field of biological science, chemistry and physics. In micro biological science and cell culturing laboratories the vortexer is used to suspend cells. In a biochemical laboratory the device is used to mix reagents for experimentation or mix an untried dilutant or other chemical liquid, and lastly In physics laboratories, the vortexer is used to measure or calculate the needed speed to come up with the needed solution or liquid.
The vortexer is easy to use if you have the proper knowledge of it. This lab equipment will be your best friend when it comes to mixing, calculating, analysing and experimenting liquids.