New & Used Cytological Centrifuge

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Device: Cytological Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Sakura
Model: Cyto-Tek
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
1,055
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Device: Centrifuge, Table Top
Manufacturer: Hettich
Model: Universal 30F
Location: Germany, Bavaria
Rating: 93%
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Device: Hematocrit Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Hettich
Model: UNIVERSAL 320
Location: Germany, Bavaria
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Device: Cytological Centrifuge
Manufacturer: Sakura
Model: Cyto-Tek
Location: United States, New York
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Device: Centrifuge, Table Top
Manufacturer: Hettich
Model: Universal 16A
Location: Germany, Bavaria
Rating: 93%
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Cytological Centrifuge may also be referred to as :

Cytological Centrifuge | CytoCentrifuge | Centrifuge, Cytological
 

Tips for buying Cytological Centrifuge

  1. Buyer needs determine most cytological centrifuge specifications, such as rotational speed, display type, and capacity.
  2. These are some of the preferred parameters that help ensure safety and ease of use: biohazard containment capabilities, programmability, and lid interlock.
  3. The recommended motors are brushless motors since they require less maintenance as they do not experience the wear and tear that traditional cytological centrifuge motors undergo.
  4. Audible CytoCentrifuge alarms are preferred over visual ones. Alerts should sound at the end of a run or cycle and in events such as: imbalance, leakage current, and open lid. All indicators and displays on the cytological centrifuge should be clear and easily read
  5. Laboratory personnel are strongly encouraged not to operate CytoCentrifuges with lids open because of the hazards posed by a flying rotor or the dispersal of biologically hazardous material. Blood products and glass sprayed from beneath the lid onto the chest exposes the worker to the risk of infection and injury.
  6. Rotor misalignment, old or defective tubes, or incorrect use can cause tube breakage in CytoCentrifuges.
  7. Facilities can select between dedicated cytological centrifuges, which may cost several thousand dollars apiece, and cytological assembly devices, which can fit many kinds of centrifuges and are much cheaper than buying a cytological centrifuge.
  8. Trunnion carriers and other types of optional equipment in non-dedicated units usually require more operator intervention; moreover, cytological adapter devices may not perform as many processing functions as assemblies designed for dedicated cytological centrifuges.
  9. Reusable chambers require cleaning and disinfections between sample runs, and are therefore more time and labor consuming than disposable ones - which also reduce the risk of sample contamination.
  10. As for safety features, each cytological centrifuge should have 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. An additional safety feature includes an inner protective cover over the rotor assembly, as well as a display warning that the CytoCentrifuge should not be opened while the rotor is spinning.
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