Centrifuges

Antonin Prandtl is credited for the invention of the centrifuge. Back in 1864, it was used in order to separate milk and cream at an industrial scale. Prandtl's legendary (or should we say legend-dairy) invention has become today one of the most commonly used laboratory instruments. You can browse our wide selection of benchtop centrifuges, thermo centrifuges and more on our website.

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Beckman Coulter Optima Max-TL Ultracentrifuge

Features Designed to ensure optimal performance and safety, this ultracentrifuge features a multi-level approach to biosafety, a color LCD touchscreen for quick setup and execution, and multilingual software available in...
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Beckman Coulter Optima Max-XP Ultracentrifuge

Rotors available for an additional cost.   The Optima™ MAX-XP tabletop ultracentrifuge is a power-packed solution that delivers fast, efficient separations from samples as small as 175 μL up to 32.4...
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Eppendorf 5702R Refrigerated Centrifuge

Product Information The 5702 family of low speed, general purpose centrifuges was especially designed to meet the requirement of low- to mid-throughput research and cell culture labs. They are compact...
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