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Laboratory centrifuge CENTRIC 400 R

laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
laboratory centrifuge
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laboratory, medical, universal
Temperature control

Min.: 500 rpm (3,141.6 rad.min-1)

Max.: 18,000 rpm (113,097.3 rad.min-1)


Refrigerating Centrifuge CENTRIC 400R (mark R means with refrigerating system) is universal laboratory centrifuge, designed for use in medical, industrial and scientific laboratories for separating substances with different relative densities by centrifugal force. The maximum rotational speed of 18.000 RPM gives the centrifugal force of 30.000 x g. A wide usage of programming options and an electronic operation control allow a trouble-free use of the centrifuge. With a special drive, quiet maintenance-free operation without any carbon dust pollution is guaranteed. Device is equipped with user-friendly options which make the operation and standard settings easier for you. Built-in error detecting functions keep the user from entering incorrect values and check the complete operation. The centrifuge has the possibility to save programs. In the program store you can save up to 10 different data sets. The centrifuge always keeps the last run program in its memory for an unlimited amount of time allowing the program to be restarted at any time - even if the centrifuge was turned off during operation. All important operation parameters can be seen at a glance. The settings are executed with knobs and keys on the control panel. The interior of the centrifuge is also easy to clean. We are able to offer you a device that combines functional variety with practical applications.


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