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Types of Centrifuge

Elutriator Rotors:
Elutriator Rotors:

Use an elutriation centrifuge rotor to separate and/or concentrate monodisperse suspensions of single cells or ... Elutriation Rotors. ... JE-5.0 Elutriator Rotor

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Fixed Angle Rotors:
Fixed Angle Rotors:

Thermo Scientific Fixed-Angle centrifuge rotor. All things being equal, the fact that swinging-bucket rotors offer a superior sedimentation location makes them the obvious choice for centrifuging samples; however, fixed-angle rotors offer valuable features that often make them a more desirable choice.

High Speed Refrigerated Centrifuges:
High Speed Refrigerated Centrifuges:

Avanti J-15R High Performance Refrigerated Benchtop Centrifuge. Strengths of both Avanti floor model and Allegra benchtop centrifuges come together in the powerful Avanti J-15R high performance refrigerated benchtop centrifuge.

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Large Capacity Refrigerated Centrifuges:
Large Capacity Refrigerated Centrifuges:

Enhanced capacity of 16 x 500mL blood bags or 8 x 2000mL bottles (16L) and the user-friendly design of our Thermo Scientific large capacity centrifuges make working with large volumes easier and more convenient using the protocols you've already validated.

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Small Bench Centrifuges:
Small Bench Centrifuges:

Process up to 8 x 50 mL conical tubes at over 12,000 x g, 24 x 5/7 mL blood tubes, microplates and a wide range of microtubes at speeds up to 30,279 x g, all in one versatile benchtop centrifuge.

Ultra Centrifuges:
Ultra Centrifuges:

The ultracentrifuge is a centrifuge optimized for spinning a rotor at very high speeds, capable of generating acceleration as high as 1 000 000 g (approx. 9 800 km/s²). There are two kinds of ultracentrifuges, the preparative and the analytical ultracentrifuge.

Vertical Tube Rotors:
Vertical Tube Rotors:

Beckman Coulter's vertical angle centrifuge rotors reduce the run time for the application as the particle has only a short distance to travel to pellet.

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Zonal Rotors:
Zonal Rotors:

Dynamically Unloaded Zonal Rotors: Operation of a dynamically unloaded zonal rotor is de­picted schematically in Figure 12-13. Two fluid lines connect the center and edge of the rotor chamber with a rotating-seal assembly that permits loading the den­sity gradient (and sample) into the rotor while the ro­tor is spinning.

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