As the centrifuge is one of the essential benchtop instruments in the laboratory, GenFollower has provided a variety of centrifuges for your reference.
Due to the dilemma always happened of not having enough bench space in the laboratory, Genfolllower has launched a new mini micro-centrifuge which saves on your valuable bench space with maximum speed for your personal use.
The mini micro-centrifuge is flexible and cost effective, allowing any workstation to be equipped with a “personal” mini centrifuge. Humanized preset timing function design enables the instrument to carry out one-click timing. The instruments are equipped with mixed rotor and a variety of tube sleeves, available for 2.0ml, 1.5ml, 0.5ml and 0.2ml centrifuge tubes.
- Compact, lightweight, and easy-to-use.
- Adjusted speed maximum up to 10,000 rpm, freely switchable to meet different experimental requirements.
- Designed with the composite rotor, suitable for 6×0.5/1.5/2.0ml centrifuge tubes and 2x8x0.2ml PCR tube strips.
- 3 sets of common time preset.
As an important piece of equipment for most laboratories, mini centrifuges are used in environmental, chemical, molecular biology and medical research. Typically designed to spin down microcentrifuge or PCR tubes, they are compact, affordable, and work quickly.
To expand the range of the centrifuges, a new instantaneous centrifuge has been specially designed for microplates, which is convenient to quickly spins down droplets.
The instrument is equipped with a dual-position vertical rotor that accepts a wide variety of PCR plates, including 96-well plates, 384-well plates, skirted plates and non skirted plates. The rotor features integral plate guides, ensuring that the plates stay vertical and do not tip inside the rotor.
- Accepts skirted, non-skirted and all standard PCR plates.
- Easy plate loading system.
- Maximum speed 3000rpm.
- Compact and small size.
- Stable operation and long life.
The microplate centrifuge is an instantaneous centrifuge to quickly spins down droplets in PCR plates or microplates. Centrifuging plates before PCR ensures all reactants are in the bottom of the wells for proper concentrations and improved yields.