Low Speed Digital Centrifuge Machine 300 - 4500rpm Clinical Centrifuge Machine
Low Speed Digital Centrifuge Machine 300 - 4500rpm Clinical Centrifuge Machine Description
||Clinical Centrifuge DM0412
||4500rpm (300-4500 Rpm)
||OEM, ODM, OBM
4500rpm Digital Centrifuge Machine,
300rpm Digital Centrifuge Machine,
4500rpm Clinical Centrifuge Machine
DM0412 Low Speed Digital Electric Clinical Centrifuge
DM0412 clinical centrifuge is ideal for the separation of serum, plasma, urea, blood samples and other routine applications in hospital and research laboratories.
• Easy programming to achieve high accuracy of speed control
• Easy operation with intuitive menu and easy-to-read display
• Rotor speed can be set and displayed by RPM or G-force
• Maintenance-free brushless DC motors
• Quick spin function with press and hold pulse key
• Lid with electric lock and automatic release function saves processing time and prevents samples overheating
• Automatic self-diagnosis on startup showing accumulative running time and last running parameters
• Braking time 2 gears adjustable(for A6-50P rotor)
• A12-10P and A6-50P are not interchangeable
|Speed Range||300-4500rpm,increment: 100rpm|
|Rotor type||A12-10P, A6-50P|
|Motor||Brushless DC moto|
|Safety Devices||Door interlock,Overspeed detector; Automatic internal diagnosis|
/Braking time [Sec]
A6-50P: 20s↑20 s /90 s↓
|Certification||CE, UL, IVD|
|Advanced Features||Speed/RCF switch; Short-time run function; sound-alert function|
Q1:What is a low speed centrifuge?
A:A low-speed benchtop centrifuge with soft start/stop for gentle acceleration and deceleration. It comes with memory for 10 programs and alarms for imbalances, overheating and overspeed as well as a automatic lid release. Possible to choose between a fixed angle rotor for 16x15 mL or swing-out rotors for 6x50 mL or 8x15 mL tubes.
Q2:What is centrifuge used for?
A:A centrifuge is used to separate particles suspended in a liquid according to particle size and density, viscosity of the medium, and rotor speed. Within a solution, gravitational force will cause particles of higher density than the solvent to sink, and those less dense than the solvent to float to the top.