We offer an assortment of refurbished Refrigerated Centrifuges and Non Refrigerated Centrifuges ranging from Microfuge and Tabletop Centrifuges to Floor Model Centrifuges. These come in Low Speed Centrifuges, High / Super speed Centrifuges, and Ultra Centrifuge versions. Some of our leading manufacturers include Beckman, Sorvall and Eppendorf. Additionally, we have many Rotors in stock to fit almost all your needs.
For use in instruments classified: HRS Major Applications: Rate-zonal and isopycnic centrifugation of viruses, rate-zonal centrifugation of RNA.
Platform: Floor Prep
Rotor Type: Swinging-Bucket (Ultracentrifugation)
Maximum RPM: 41,000 rpm
Number of Tubes: 6x13 mL / 14x89 mm(6x13 mL / 1x4 in)
Nominal Capacity: 79 mL
rAV: 110.2 mm
The Beckman Coulter SW40 rotor is a titanium, swinging bucket.
The T3 portable spectrometer is a compact portable instrument based on advanced CCD detection technology.
This highly compact instrument boasts all the features of a conventional bench-top spectrophotometer including Spectrum Scanning, Photometric, Quantitative and Kinetic methods.
Due to its portable design, it is also ideal for field monitoring and on-site operations for water and food analysis.
Pre-programmed test methods including calibration data for the Spectroquant series of reagent test kits from Merck Chemicals.
The Type 70 Ti, rated for 70 000 rpm, is a fixed angle rotor designed to centrifuge up to eight tubes at a 23-degree angle to the axis of rotation. Used in Beckman Coulter class H, R, and S preparative ultracentrifuges, the rotor develops centrifugal forces sufficient for applications including pelleting of small particles, and purification of viruses and subcellular organelles using sucrose gradients. Up to 312 mL of sample and gradient can be centrifuged per run. The rotor is made of titanium and is finished with black polyurethane paint. The aluminum lid and handle are anodized for corrosion resistance. The handle is interchangeable with the Type 70.1 Ti rotor handle but no others. O-rings made of Buna N rubber in the lid and handle maintain atmospheric pressure inside the rotor during centrifugation, if they are properly lubricated. The lid is a patented design that seats on the rotor body so that centrifugal force aids sealing. Four small holes in the lid provide a temporary vent, preventing pressure build-up and extrusion of the large lid O-ring in the event of leakage. Because of the weight of the rotor, drive pins are not required in the rotor drive hub cavity.