Centrifuges

Centrifuge is essential equipment throughout the laboratory. This equipment generates rotation movements, with the aim of separating the components that constitute a solution. This instrument applies a sustained centrifugal force to force the matter out of the rotation center. The basic components of a centrifuge are rotor, engine, vacuum chamber, and speed, time, and temperature control.

Centrifugation is a technique governed by Stokes' law, which proposes that particles sediment more easily the larger they are in their diameter and specific weight, and the lower their viscosity. Centrifugation is used to isolate or concentrate suspended particles in a liquid by exploiting the different speed of movement according to their shape, size or weight when subjected to a centrifugal force. Centrifugal force is the force exerted on a body as it rotates around an axis.

Types of Centrifuges a laboratory may need

Non-refrigerated centrifuges

  • Microcomputer control, electronic lock and AC variable conversion motor that offers high torque, stable operation, low noise level and high speed accuracy.
  • Touch panel, programmable operation, operation data can be configured according to demands and stored automatically.
  • LED or LCD display. Easy to use interface, simple and convenient operations.
  • Speed and RCF's real-time conversation is convenient for the operation.
  •   It has self-locking device, cap safety device, overspeed safety device, overtemperature safety device.

Refrigerated centrifuges

  • The maximum speed is 21000 rpm and the maximum RCF is 50400 g.
  • It has microcomputer control, electronic lock and AC variable conversion motor that delivers high torque.
  • Imported compressor unit with non-CFC refrigerant. It lives up to environmental standards.
  • The machine is programmable. The operation data can be automatically stored.
  • LCD or LED display and touch panel make operation easier.
  • Speed and RCF's real-time conversation is convenient for the operation.
KALSTEIN CENTRIFUGES

At Kalstein you can find the ideal Centrifuges for your laboratory

There are a myriad of models, so it is normal that you do not know which Centrifuges to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate you to find what you're looking for.
 
 
 
 

PRP Centrifuge YR469

  It's got a self-locking device, safety cover device, excess safety device...

 
 

Mini Centrifuge YR144

When the centrifuge is in the pre-cooled state, the centrifuge cover should be closed. Once...

 
 

Cytocentrifuge YR142-4

It has self-locking device, safety cover device, overspeed safety device...

 
 

Mini Centrifuge YR143

The centrifuge instrument is specialized in the manufacture of centrifuges with a long track ...

 
 

Our Top Selling Centrifuges

Microcomputer control, brushless DC motor, stable operation, low noise level. LED display, easy-to-use interface, simple and convenient operations. Speed and RCF's real-time conversation is convenient for the operation.

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  • Microcomputer control, brushless DC motor, stable operation, low noise level.
  •   LED display, easy-to-use interface, simple and convenient operations.
  • Speed and RCF's real-time conversation is convenient for the operation.
  • It has self-locking device, overspeed safety device, overtemperature safety device.
  • Sealed Ring of Silastic comfort according to GMP. Certified by U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Analysis of the best Centrifuges for your laboratory

        What is a centrifuge?                    

Centrifugation is a mechanism for separating mixtures (in particular, those made up of solids and liquids...

 
 

What is a hematocrit centrifuge?

A centrifuge for hematocrit is specialized equipment that allows to obtain the compact ratio of the...

 
 

    What is a microcentrifuge?      

A microcentrifuge is a special type of centrifuge that performs the function of centrifuging samples that ...

 
 

Centrifugation: RPM vs. G Force

Centrifugation is one of the most important and widely applied research techniques in biochemistry, cell...

 
 
UPDATED KALSTEIN

Guides to become a Centrifuge expert

Centrifuge equipment are essential products in a laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert.

The Centrifuge: an    Essential Element             

A centrifuge is an apparatus that applies a sustained centrifugal force (that is, a force produced by rotation) ...

How to handle a refrigerated centrifuge?

Laboratory centrifuges are equipment used to settle the components in a homogeneous solution in their...

What is the function of the refrigerated centrifuges?

Refrigerated laboratory centrifuges are equipment used to achieve the sedimentation of the components in...

How to act in case of the rupture of tubes inside a centrifuges?

The centrifuges for laboratory are equipment used to make the sedimentation of the components in a homogeneous solution in their different densities. For this they have a special design that subjects the solutions to the centrifugal rotation...

Videos of Operating Centrifuges

In this section you can find, our Centrifuges in operation, packaged, receiving service, etc...

Centrifuges in operation

Some centrifuges can be used in a wide variety of applications, while others serve only very specific purposes. Different types of centrifuges fit different types of centrifugation: preparatory centrifugation, which aims to isolate specific particles, and analytical centrifugation, with which physical properties such as sedimentation rate or molecular weight can be estimated. Centrifuges can thus be divided into two broad groups:

  • Analytical: molecular data can be obtained: molecular mass, sedimentation coefficient, etc. They are very expensive and rare.
  • Preparations: These isolate and purify the samples. There are four types: Table-top, High-capacity, High-speed, and Ultra-centrifugal.

Our customers' FAQ on Centrifuges

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