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Centrifuge

Centrifuge is a machine with a rapidly rotating container that applies centrifugal force to its contents, typically to separate fluids of different densities or liquids from solids.

A wide variety of laboratory-scale centrifuges are used in chemistry, biology, biochemistry and clinical medicine for isolating and separating suspensions and immiscible liquids. They vary widely in speed, capacity, temperature control, and other characteristics. Laboratory centrifuges often can accept a range of different fixed-angle and swinging bucket rotors able to carry different numbers of centrifuge tubes and rated for specific maximum speeds.

There are 2 types of centrifuge designed for different applications.
High Speed Large Capacity Frozen Centrifuge:
99 programs can be stored
High speed (21000 rpm) centrifugation and large capacity (4 x 750ml) centrifugation in one
Low Speed Lab Centrifuge:
Low speed: 4000 r/min
Programmable: 40 programs can be stored

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