The last rocker you will ever need to buy! The Infinity Rockers™ are designed with constant, heavy-duty use in mind, and they will last for many years – unlike all those rockers with one-year warranties. Ultra quiet, they are ideal for many applications including: mixing, gel staining and destaining, blotting, cell culture, hybridization, washing, etc…
Two Platform Sizes
Infinity Rockers come in models with: 11 x 14 and 8 x 9 inch (28 x 36 and 20 x 23 cm) platforms.
Removable Tier-2 stacking trays double the support surface area. The trays just snap onto the platform and their spring loaded legs hold them securely in place.
5 Year Warranty
We offer a 5 year warranty because Infinity Rockers are solidly built in the USA. The rugged construction includes heavy duty chassis and platforms. Long life brushless motors drive the rocking. These rockers are designed to run for many years of continuous use.
Digital Speed Control
The Infinity Rockers have a microcontroller to accurately control the speed. The speed will remain constant, even as heavy items are added or removed from the platform. And the rocking can be paused and resumed by flipping a switch. Rocking speed can be set from 6 rock cycles an hour (0.1 per minute) to 80 per minute in increments of 1 cycle per minute. For even slower rocking, or even be stationary with punctuated periods of rocking with custom programs, see our RoboRocker.
Extremely Quiet Operation
The Infinity Rockers are incredibly quiet due to their high quality motor and vibration isolation mounts inside the unit.
For programmable rockers, such as for microfluidic applications, see our RoboRocker.
Get a rocker that fits your needs! Upon request, rockers can be made to accommodate specific platform sizes and weights.
These very sturdy (and quiet!) rockers sport heavy-duty construction. A top grade brushless motor drives the rocking and ensures very long life.
Tilt Angle Adjustment
Loosen the screw on the back of the rocker and slide the linkage toward the center (to decrease the tilt) or perimeter (to increase the tilt) and then tighten the screw.