New & Used Ultracentrifuge

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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: L3-50
Location: United States, Massachusetts
Rating: 100%
3,250
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: Airfuge
Location: United States, Oklahoma
Negotiable
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: Optima MAX
Location: Netherlands, Zuid-Holland
20,500
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: TL-100
Location: Netherlands, Zuid-Holland
Negotiable
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: Optima TLX-120
Location: Netherlands, Zuid-Holland
17,500
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: Airfuge
Location: Netherlands, Zuid-Holland
Negotiable
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: TL-100
Location: United States, Indiana
Negotiable
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Device: Ultracentrifuge
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: Airfuge
Location: United States, Indiana
Negotiable
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Ultracentrifuge may also be referred to as :

High Speed Centrifuge | Centrifuge, Ultra
 

Tips for buying Ultracentrifuge

  1. Before purchasing an ultracentrifuge, facilities need to carefully examine their current and future laboratory needs to avoid purchasing an expensive high speed centrifuge unit with unnecessary capabilities or a cheaper one that cannot handle the laboratory workload.
  2. Larger facilities with many samples daily centrifuged may need programmable functions, while smaller laboratories with a low or moderate number of samples may not need a programmable unit.
  3. When purchasing a high speed centrifuge, safety features should be a prime factor. Each ultracentrifuge should have a securely interlocking lid that shuts off the unit's motor when the lid is opened or keeps the lid latched until the rotor has stopped.
  4. An inner protective cover over the rotor assembly is an additional safety feature, as well as a clear display warning not to open the ultracentrifuge while the rotor is spinning.
  5. The visual indicators and displays on the high speed centrifuge should be clear and easily read. It is recommended to have audible alarms in case of device malfunction, rotor imbalance, or open lid.
  6. Alert indicators and safety features help protect ultracentrifuge components and rotor contents from breakage, and also protect operators from flying debris. Buying ultracentrifuges with such features is recommended. 
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