Durable, ventilated centrifuge, that is small and compact to fit on your laboratory worktop. Modern with "retro" styling.
What does a Centrifuge do?
Compliant with safety and EMC directives.
- Clinical biology
- Food industry
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Chemical industry
- Compact size to optimise laboratory space
- Capacity: 4 x 100 ml
- Short acceleration and braking time with BRAKE function
- Different braking rates – quick or slow
- Automatic rotor identification will not let you set too high speeds
- Maximum speed: 6 000 revs / minute
- Porgrammable centrifugation timer
- Brushless for quiet operation and a less noisy environment – 53 dBA
- Stainless steel centrifugation bowl with easy access hinged lid
- Intuitive interface with bright digital display
- Digital adjustment of all parameters and setup of programmes
- Automated locking lid for safety
- Safety opening of the lid in the case of a power outage
- Detection system for imbalance with automatic stop, to avoid accidents
- No maintenance of the motor is required
- Zero carbon deposits for a healthy environment
- Compliant with safety directives EN 60950, EN 60825
- EMC: EN 55022 Class B; EN 50082-1 : EN61000-4-2 (IEC 801-2), (IEC 801-3), (IEC 801-4)
- Low voltage directives (72 / 23 / EEC)
- EMC directives (89 / 336 / EEC)
Select one of 7 Rotor Heads:
15 ml Fixed angle rotor; 16 tube holes; Max. speed: 5.250 rpm; Max RCF: 4.280 g
15 ml Fixed angle rotor; 24 tube holes; Max. speed: 6.000 rpm; Max RCF: 5.070 g
15 ml Swing out rotor; 16 tube holes; Max. speed: 4.500 rpm; Max RCF: 3.485 g
50 ml Fixed angle rotor; 6 tube holes; Max. speed: 6.000 rpm; Max RCF: 4.700 g
50 ml Swing out rotor; 6 tube holes; Max. speed: 4.500 rpm; Max RCF: 3.530 g
100 ml Fixed angle rotor; 4 tube holes; Max. speed: 4.000 rpm; Max RCF: 2.500 g
100 ml Swing out rotor; 4 tube holes; Max. speed: 6.000 rpm; Max RCF: 4.550 g
Which rotor should I choose?
Depending on which rotor head you choose, we will recommend suitable Metal buckets with tubes.