Laboratory centrifuge FD series

laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
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Max.: 3,900 rpm (24,504.4 rad.min-1)

Min.: 1,000 rpm (6,283.2 rad.min-1)


FEATURES: • Electronic timer: Preset to 10 minutes, selectable • Horizontal rotor: High quality separations for up to six(6) tubes • Brushless AC motor: Years of operation with no routine maintenance • Quiet operation: A double-encased motor and the “stability mount” design provides excellent imbalance stability • Cool operation: Unique design of the convection based cooling system protects the samples even under the heaviest workloads • Safety lid switch: Centrifuge will not run with the lid open • Positive lid latching: Firm mechanical latching of the lid prevents the escape of debris • Clear shatter proof lid: Allows for safe sample observation and optical calibrations • Composite side walls: Glass fiber reinforced nylon and high impact polycarbonate provide dual layers of safety protection DESCRIPTION: These centrifuges are compact single or variable-speed centrifuge designed to provide the ideal pre-analytic sample processing performance recommended by all collection tube manufacturers. Using PATENTED rotor technology, FD series centrifuges reduce blood separation processing times by 33% while minimizing use of valuable counter space for labs. The performance of FD series centrifuge reduces patient redraws by keeping the patient samples cool during processing, providing a high quality and stable gel layer, and by maximizing sample integrity. FD series is world’s best selling clinical laboratory centrifuge. The unique horizontal rotor design allows for the test tubes to be inserted into the centrifuge at a convenient 45° angle. They are then gently rotated to a full horizontal position as the motor accelerates.


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