A centrifuge is based on the principle of a centrifugal force and is used to separate substances based on the density. The heavier materials are pushed to the outside of the vessel. This force is generated by spinning the rotor of the centrifuge at very high speeds.
Microcentrifuge, benchtop centrifuge, vacuum centrifuge, clinical centrifuge, and ultracentrifuges are the different types of centrifuges that are widely available. A microcentrifuge or a microfuge is used to spin small amounts (less than 2ml) of the sample. These are relevant for the separation of biological samples (eg. Nucleic acids). They are usually benchtop models with refrigerated or ventilated variants. Ultracentrifuge is optimized to achieve very high speeds, in the range of 9800 km/s2. There are two types of ultracentrifuges, preparative and analytical. A clinical centrifuge is used in hospitals and research centres for the separation of serum, plasma or blood samples.For More information Contact Us on firstname.lastname@example.org
MB120's Temperature Guide analyzes a sample and determines the optimal drying temperature. Store up to 100 drying methods for easy recall and up to 1000 total results for statistical analysis.
Precisely controlled halogen heating dries samples uniformly, producing repeatable results of 0.01% readability. Four drying profiles seven shut-off criteria help to perform customized sample tests.
The MB120 features a removable panhandlerand sample chamber for easy cleaning. Operating the MB120 is intuitive – simply follow the guided instructions on the touchscreen display.For More information Contact Us on email@example.com
Reusable or disposable devices used to collect, measure, and transfer liquids; types include serological, volumetric, aspirating, transfer, Pasteur, dropping, measuring, milk bacteriological, Ostwald-Folin, and microcapillary pipets.
Reduce the risk of error and increase productivity in immunoassay applications. Designed especially for work with microplates, featuring simultaneous multiple dispensing.For More information Contact Us on firstname.lastname@example.org