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New & Used Cell Washing Centrifuge

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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Dynatech
Model: Ultrawash PLUS
Location: United States, Massachusetts
Rating: 100%
900
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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: IEC
Model: Centra-W
Location: United States, Minnesota
Negotiable
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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Immucorgamma
Model: Diacent 2
Location: United States, Oklahoma
Negotiable
1994

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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Sorvall
Model: DuPont Cell Washer 2
Location: United States, Minnesota
Rating: 92%
495
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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: IEC
Model: Centra-W
Location: United States, New York
2,200
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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: IEC
Model: Centra-W
Location: United States, Oklahoma
Negotiable
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Device: Cell Washing Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Dade Behring
Model: 716
Location: United States, Oklahoma
Negotiable
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Dynatech / Ultrawash PLUS ThermoFisher Scientific / Ultrawash PLUS

Cell Washing Centrifuge may also be referred to as :

Centrifuge, Cell Washing, Automatic | Cell-Washing Centrifuge
 

Tips for buying Cell Washing Centrifuge

  1. The specific needs of facilities should determine most cell washing centrifuge specifications, such as: rotational speed, display type, and capacity.
  2. These are some preferred cell washing centrifuge features that help ensure safety and ease of use: biohazard-containment capabilities, programmability, and lid interlock.
  3. The recommended cell washing centrifuge motors are the brushless motors. They do not require as much maintenance because they do not experience the wear and tear that traditional cell-washing centrifuge motors undergo.
  4. Audible alarms are preferred over visual indicators. Alerts should sound at the end of a run or cycle and for imbalance, current leakage, and open lid.
  5. Laboratory personnel is strongly encouraged not to operate cell washing centrifuges with lids open because of the hazards posed by a flying rotor or the dispersal of biologically hazardous material.
  6. Workers may be exposed to the risk of infection and injury from blood products and glass sprayed from beneath the lid onto the chest.
  7. Rotor misalignment, old or defective tubes, or incorrect use may cause tube breakage in cell washing centrifuges.
  8. When purchasing a cell washing centrifuge, facilities should consider safety features as a main factor. Cell washing centrifuges with safety lid latches and/or interlocks that shut off the motor when the lid is opened or that keep the lid latched until the rotor has stopped are preferred. The unit should have an inner lid that can be securely fastened.
  9. Some more safety features include an inner protective cover over the rotor assembly, as well as a clear label warning not to open the cell washing centrifuge while the rotor is spinning.
  10. The visual indicators on the cell washing centrifuge should be clear and easily read.
  11. To avoid spending on unnecessary capabilities or purchasing a cheaper model that cannot handle the workload or that is inadequate for certain procedures, facilities should try to correlate cell washing centrifuge features with their current and future laboratory needs.
  12. In large facilities, where many cell-suspension samples are centrifuged daily, a cell washing centrifuge with programmable functions may be required. These units are not needed in smaller laboratories that process a low or moderate number of daily samples.
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