Laboratory centrifuges are essential products for routine laboratory centrifuging applications. The types of centrifuges used vary depending on the specific laboratory need. Benchtop and floor standing models are the commonly used centrifuges in large and small sized labs. Research facilities, commercial laboratories, medical institutions, clinics, doctors’ offices or wherever scientific procedures such as coagulation, cytology, chemistry and urinalysis or the like are called for, centrifuges are necessary.

Benchtop Laboratory Centrifuges for Laboratories with Limited Space

Benchtop centrifuges are specially designed for laboratories with limited space. They are easy-to-use, smaller in size and considerably lighter in weight. Benchtop models are developed with space saving designs that can be easily placed in any corner of your small labs. Mini and micro models of these laboratory centrifuges are commonly used in small laboratories.

LED power indicator light, automatic electric break, angled head rotor and auto-off facility are the important features of benchtop laboratory centrifuges. They help you to carry out the procedures with least distractions, as they support quiet, silent, vibration-free operation.

Easily Process Large Volume Samples with Floor Standing Centrifuges

Floor standing models are beneficial for use in laboratories where bench space is limited. They are suitable for centrifuging high volumes of standard tubes and in processing large volume samples. Their rotors can accommodate test tubes and vessels of different sizes and shapes. Even at high speeds, they display excellent stability. Built-in w2dt automated RCF determination, controlled deceleration, extended service diagnostics and digital display for easy readout are some of the advancements of these models.

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LW Scientific, Unico, and The Drucker Co are the popular manufacturers offering both benchtop and floor standing models of laboratory centrifuges. You can get them in new or refurbished form from wholesale retailers or dealers. These units are usually supplied with the reagents, controls and consumables for the convenience of the users. Dealers or the manufacturers of these products even provide them with a specific period of warranty.