New & Used Centrifuge, Table Top

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Device: Centrifuge, Table Top
Manufacturer: Hettich
Model: Rotina 38
Location: United States, California
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Device: Centrifuge, Table Top
Manufacturer: Hettich
Model: Rotanta 460RS
Location: Switzerland, Aargau

Centrifuge, Table Top may also be referred to as :

Tabletop Centrifuge | Laboratory Centrifuge | Centrifuge | Blood Centrifuge | Bench-Top Centrifuge | Centrifuge, Tabletop

Tips for buying Centrifuge, Table Top

  1. One of the main factors to consider when buying a tabletop centrifuge is safety.
  2. A preferred laboratory tabletop centrifuge is one with a securely interlocking lid that either shuts off the unit's motor when the lid is opened or keeps the lid latched until the rotor has stopped. In addition, an inner protective cover over the rotor assembly is recommended, as well as a displayed alert not to open the tabletop centrifuge while the rotor is spinning.
  3. The visual indicators on the laboratory tabletop centrifuge should be clear and easily read.
  4. It is recommended to have audible alarms for conditions such as device malfunction, rotor imbalance, open lid, and end-of-run or cycle.
  5. The preferred motors are the brushless motors, which require less maintenance than the traditional tabletop centrifuge motors.
  6. To avoid overspending on a tabletop centrifuge and paying for unnecessary features, facilities should try and correlate laboratory tabletop centrifuge features with their current and anticipated laboratory needs. On the other hand they should not be purchasing a cheaper model that cannot handle the laboratory workload or that is inadequate for certain procedures.
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