What is a Micro centrifuge

There are many types of micro centrifuge. It plays an important role in providing accurate results in medical studies. It is a vital piece of equipment and is made from several different materials. The task involves separation of component products on a specimen. It is driven by a motor and spins liquid at a very high speed. The centrifuge depends on the size and capacity. Centrifugation is the process that used for separation of mixtures using centrifugal force. It is mainly used in the industries and medical laboratories. Glass centrifuge tubes can be used with almost all solvents, but tend to be more expensive. It is possible to clean them like other laboratory glassware and can be sterilized by autoclaving. Plastic centrifuge tubes tend to be less expensive

iFuge M08 – The Smart Personal MicroCentrifuges

iFuge M08 – The Smart Personal MicroCentrifuges

The load in a laboratory centrifuge must be carefully balanced which is achieved by a combination of sample and balance tube, all of which have the same weight. Small differences in mass of the load can result in a large force imbalance when the rotor is at high speed. Centrifuges have a feature where when imbalance is detected, the automatic rotor imbalance detection feature discontinues the run.

iFuge M12 – Table Top Genius

iFuge M12 – Table Top Genius

It is mandatory to check rotor and lid locking mechanisms is prior to starting the process. Centrifuge rotors should never be touched while moving, because a spinning rotor can cause serious injury. Modern centrifuges generally have features that prevent accidental contact with a moving rotor as the main lid is locked during the run.

iFuge M18P– Table Top Genius

iFuge M18P– Table Top Genius

Neuation provides a large range of Micro Centrifuges for several different kinds of applications in research labs. The Micro Centrifuge range from a personal one to a big refrigerated Micro Centrifuge that can take upto 44 tubes. There are used in cell separation.

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