Solar Universe India
There is no search history
The product has been added to your cart.
A centrifuge is laboratory equipment that is used for separating fluids, gas, or liquids of different densities. The principle of centrifugation involves the application of a centrifugal force on a sample, which causes the denser particles to sediment at the bottom of the tube or vessel, while the lighter components move upwards. Centrifuges are commonly used in biological, medical, and chemical laboratories for applications such as cell separation, DNA extraction, and blood plasma separation.
There are different types of centrifuges available in the market, including microcentrifuges, high-speed centrifuges, ultracentrifuges, and refrigerated centrifuges. The choice of centrifuge depends on the type of sample, the required speed and temperature, and the volume of the sample.
Microcentrifuges are used for small volumes of samples, typically in the range of 0.2 to 2.0 milliliters, while high-speed centrifuges are used for larger volumes, typically in the range of 1 to 4 liters. Ultracentrifuges are used for very high-speed separations, and they can reach speeds of up to 100,000 rpm. Refrigerated centrifuges are used when the sample needs to be kept at a low temperature during the separation process.
Some of the key features to consider when selecting a centrifuge include the maximum speed and g-force, the type of rotor and tube holder, and the availability of additional features such as temperature control, programmable settings, and automatic lid lock.
OR Continue with
In case you have a question about the products, get in touch with our team to know more and clarify your doubts right away.