A laboratory centrifuge is a rotor driven instrument designed to separate liquid samples at high rates of speeds. The rotation of the centrifuge induces centripetal acceleration and separates substances based on density. Laboratory centrifuges offer a diverse range of applications for research laboratories, hospitals or any facility that aims to separate material from liquid sample preparations. The model versatility of a centrifuge is dependent on the size of the samples, refrigeration capability, rotor velocity and optical detection potential. The ability of laboratory centrifuges to combine multiple capabilities, such as high speed refrigerated centrifuges, allow robust application in any research setting. Important purchasing considerations for any centrifuge are the type of rotor, noise, corrosion resistance, and model versatility.
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