A wide array of rotor, size, speed, and feature choices to meet all your protocol and space needs for a benchtop centrifuge.
What differentiates a benchtop centrifuge from
microcentrifuges or mini-centrifuges? Rotor selection. Benchtop centrifuges have a wide variety of rotors which can accommodate many different types of vessels.
Small volume applications, timer, 8 x 15ml centrifuge tubes, 300-4500rpm, 2490 g
Digital Speed control up to 5,000 rpm/3,070 xg, 8 tube capacity for tubes up to 15ml
Capacities from microliter to 4 × 100 ml, refrigeration option, 18,000rpm/23,542 g
Compact and quiet for spin-down applications ≤60±2 dB(A), 6 x 50 ml, 6,000 rpm/4,427 g
Easy programming, 6 x 50ml or 6 x 15ml centrifuge tubes, 300-4500rpm, 2490 g
Combination rotor that holds 4 x 15 ml and 4 x 50 ml tubes in the same rotor, up to 6800 rpm/4394 x g
Low-speed, can hold up to 6 x 15mL/10mL/7mL/5mL tubes, 300-5000rpm, 2350 g
Especially designed to meet the requirement of low- to mid-throughput research and cell culture labs.
Refrigeration option, capacity up to 16 x 50ml or 40 x 15ml, Speed up to 16,000 rpm/24,325 x g
Compact air cooled or refrigerated, 17 rotor choices, up to 4x100ml or 6x85ml, 18,000 rpm/23,542 x g
Capacities from microliter to 4 × 100 ml, quickspin timer or continuous, 14,000 rpm/18,624 g
Centrifuge 5810/5810 R is a workhorse for medium to high-throughput laboratories.
Instant rotor id auto converts, 1.5-100mL tubes & microplates, up to 14,000 rpm/18,624 x g
Leveling legs ensure balanced Flat-line separation possible from a car seat 3400rpm / 1600xg
Program storage, ideal for rapid production of serum and plasma. 6800rpm / 4445xg