Use of Centrifuge

A centrifuge is used in clinical laboratories extensively. It is essential for the process of separating solids from a liquid suspension. The solids can be of many different types like insoluble cell organelles, compounds or even biomolecules. Centrifugal force is instrumental in analyzing the blood samples and substances of different densities. There are many different kinds of lab centrifuge devices with varying level of technologies to meet the increasing demand for the device.

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It is essential to have a centrifuge device in a clinical laboratory as well as large medical facilities (even small for that matter). They are used for separating substances of varying densities and also for removing chylomicrons. In addition to which they are certain centrifuges with batch rotor for pelleting which do ensure additional features like steroid hormone assays, separating lipoprotein fractions for HDL, LDL and VLDL.

The main features of these centrifuges devices are that they are silent and vibration resistant and also easy to operate. They offer many different features like LED power indicator light, auto off feature, space saving design, angled head rotors, lid with safety interlocks. In addition to which they also sport detachable power cords, easy to clean exterior, timer and on off switch, braking system and speed control knob.

This laboratory equipment also comes equipped with maintenance free brushless motor closed by a safety lid. The lid is instrumental in keeping the chamber from opening when the motor is in use, thus preventing any unwanted hazards. Most of the centrifuges have built in shut down feature if the lid is opened to avoid disasters.

A centrifuge is available in many different specifications and thus it is advisable to purchase it from the correct place by first ensuring the quality of the product. Neuation is a company that design and develop their own user centric, high performance Centrifuge equipment. They have their own R & D team that make all the magic happen and constantly reinvent themselves.

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