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Equip your lab with this high-speed refrigerated centrifuge for reliable and reproducible separation. This centrifuge handles bottles, tubes, and microplates for many research applications, including studies involving DNA, RNA, viruses, and proteins.
Ensure the rotor is securely locked every time with the self-locking rotor system. Centrifugal force locks the rotor into position, eliminating the need for tools.
The inverter refrigerator system controls the temperature of the rotor efficiently while requiring less electricity. All standard rotors are maintained at 4°C, even when operating at maximum speed.
The pre-cooling feature on this refrigerated centrifuge readies for immediate use. The centrifuge maintains a steady 15°C temperature inside the rotor chamber to prevent icing when no rotor is in place.
Operate this refrigerated centrifuge with the user-friendly color touchscreen. The graphic interface on the high-contrast screen makes it easy to see the icon for each function, and the operation status is clearly visible while the centrifuge is running.
Easily manage RCF calculation by entering the RCF(xg) value instead of the running speed. Also, the run timer only starts when the set speed is attained, providing more accurate control of net run time for higher reproducibility.
Prevent unauthorized access by registering up to 40 users into the system, and secure it further by assigning employees to "User" or "Administrator" levels.
Rely on the noncontact imbalance detection system to continuously measure oscillation over the entire rpm range and stop the rotor if it detects abnormal vibrations.
Ensure optimum running conditions for each rotor with the rotor identification system. Automatic identification provides proper compensation for air friction and precise temperature control for every rotor.
To enhance safety, a sensor automatically detects rotor cover status.
Place as many as four 1.5-liter bottles in the 6-liter rotor of this centrifuge. The small 27.5-inch x 32-inch footprint takes up little lab space.
Use this mode, which is an automatic standby function that dims the LCD and stops refrigeration, to save electricity.
The kinetic energy produced by the spinning rotor is used to brake the rotor, saving power. Also, the heat the rotor generates is exhausted into the room to reduce temperature buildup in the centrifuge bowl.
Over 80 percent of the materials used to make this centrifuge are reusable or recyclable, and the refrigerant has zero ozone depletion potential.