A laboratory centrifuge is a motor-driven laboratory equipment that spins liquid samples at a high speed. There are different types of centrifuges, depending on the size and sample capacity.

Like all centrifuges, laboratory centrifuges operate on the principle of sedimentation, using the centripetal acceleration to separate substances of greater and lesser density.

IKA introduces a brand new microcentrifuge that is ideal for applications that do not require ultra-high speeds, such as microfiltrations and cell separations. These centrifuges have a compact design and a small footprint that requires minimal table space. A transparent lid allows constant observation of the centrifuge and can be used with both microcentrifuge and PCR strip tubes. For safety reasons, this microcentrifuge only works when the lid is closed.

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