Centrifuges are used for many applications in the lab, such as for performing density measurements, isolating suspended particles, separating liquids, and to clarify suspensions.
While a key factor when selecting a centrifuge is the required relative centrifugal force (RCF), there are many other features including accessibility, noise, capacity, and efficiency that also must be considered.
In this resource you'll find:
Questions to ask when purchasing a new centrifuge
Maintenance tips to keep your centrifuge and rotors spinning safely.
Expert advice on set-up, care, and techniques
Featured products and new offerings