Updated: June 2019
Some of the best things come in small packages, including Labnet’s personal centrifuges. Centrifuges are essential for a wide variety of laboratory processes and research tasks, and it’s important to have the right centrifuge for your specific needs. With that in mind, consider a few of Labnet’s best mini centrifuges that are designed to deliver incredible efficiency and productivity in a compact package.
Spring is the season of new beginnings and it’s the perfect time of year to highlight some of our favorite new products from Labnet International. Our C0336 and C0336R High Performance Centrifuges and C0226R Refrigerated Universal Microcentrifuge are exciting new products that offer incredible performance, efficiency, and reliability for your lab. Read on to find out more about the features and specifications of these Labnet International products.
Centrifuges play an essential role in laboratories, but they must be used correctly to deliver the best performance possible. One of the most important things technicians do when working with a centrifuge is to balance the rotor. An unbalanced rotor can compromise the performance of your centrifuge, have an impact on the reliability of your testing results, and may even cause irreversible damage to your equipment. The good news is that you can avoid all of these issues simply by following a few key tips for balancing your centrifuge.
Regardless of what specific research is being conducted in your lab, safety is essential. Much like the heavy machinery operator needs to know his front loader will work properly, so too is it critically important to ensure your laboratory technicians will be safe and lab processes completed correctly.
One important part of this equation is the safety inspection. By conducting your own regular safety inspections of your rotor and taking steps to ensure safe operation, you can greatly minimize risk in your lab while simultaneously boosting function and efficiency.
The team at Labnet International is constantly working to bring our customers the latest and greatest in new laboratory technology, and our new C1601 Labnet Mini Centrifuge doesn’t disappoint. This new product has so many great features and accessories that it’s difficult to name them all. Get to know a little bit more about this product and find out how you might benefit from a small centrifuge that packs major performance capabilities.
The season of new beginnings is officially upon us, and what better way to celebrate than fresh new equipment in your lab? Now is the perfect time to invest in a new centrifuge. And we can help you find just the centrifuge you’re looking for!
New Mini Microcentrifuges are Now Available!
We are very proud to announce the launch of our new C1601 series of mini microcentrifuges. These new mini microcentrifuges have replaced the current Spectrafuge™ Mini Centrifuges and offer greater capacity (8 place MCT and 4 place PCR strip rotors), a quick-release rotor system and electronic brake.
When a centrifuge works well, it serves a vitally important role within a laboratory. Unfortunately, even the highest-quality centrifuge can deliver sub-optimal results if it is not suited for your application. It is important to consider centrifuge components and features before you buy so that you can get a piece of equipment that is right for your specific needs. When it comes to centrifuge rotors, there are a couple basic types that you will need to choose between-- swing out and fixed angle.
From research to medical applications, labs across the country utilize centrifugal technology. Centrifuges can be used for applications ranging from the spin-down of blood samples to cell disruption. Because of the crucial role they play within labs, the reliability and performance of a centrifuge is crucial. Investing in a centrifuge for your lab or replacing an outdated model can increase productivity, promote ease-of-use, and minimize time spent on maintenance.
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