Centrifuge is one of the common experimental instruments commonly used in laboratories and is widely used in biomedicine, experimental research, petrochemical industry, agriculture, food hygiene and other fields.
How to choose a PCR laboratory centrifuge:
The maximum speed of the centrifuge refers to the speed under no-load conditions. The maximum speed will vary depending on the type of rotor and the mass of the sample. At the same time, attention should be paid to the selection of low speed, high speed, and ultra-high speed: high speed should not be used as low speed. If you want a centrifuge with both high and low speeds, you can choose a general-purpose centrifuge.
Some samples must be kept in a low-temperature environment to prevent damage. In this case, a refrigerated centrifuge must be selected to ensure the safety of the sample and obtain ideal experimental results.
Horizontal rotors are generally used in low-speed centrifuges, and angle rotors are generally used in high-speed centrifuges and microcentrifuges. There are also some special tests or samples that require special rotors, such as enzyme plate rotors, slide rotors, PCR rotors, etc.
Other factors to consider include safety, noise, accessories, etc.
The selection of lab centrifuges need to consider many factors, such as usage requirements, laboratory size, budget for purchasing instruments, etc. At the same time, product performance, safety, stability, maintainability, etc. should also be considered.
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