The compact 850W refrigerated centrifuge comes with intuitive programming options for easy customization of speed, temperature and time settings. With its user-friendly interface, the high-speed refrigerated centrifuge allows for precise temperature control ranging from sub-zero temperatures to ambient conditions.
- Model: ATO-TGL-20M
- Power: 850W
- Maximum Speed: 20500r/min
- Max Relative Centrifugal Force: 29800xg
- Maximum Capacity: 4 x 100ml
- Temperature Control Range: -20-40°C
- Temperature Control fluctuation: ±1°C
- Timing Range: 1~99.99min/spotting
- Noise: ≤62dB
- Power Supply: AC220V±22V, 50Hz
- Dimensions: 560X 540X 360mm
- Net Weight (excluding rotor): 68kg
- Total Weight: 80kg
- Refrigerated centrifuge adopts high quality steel structure, explosion-proof protection inner sleeve, stainless steel centrifugal chamber, three layers of protection, safe and reliable.
- Refrigerated centrifuge machine uses advanced CPU control system, 5-inch LCD touch screen display, micro-controller can accurately control the speed, time and relative centrifugal force.
- The maintenance-free DC brushless motor has a maximum speed of 20500rpm with an accuracy of ±20rpm and automatically calculates the RCF value of centrifugal force.
- The 850W refrigerated centrifuge features an advanced compressor automatic start/stop system and ECO energy saving system, which provides precise temperature control, energy saving and environmental protection, and longer service life.
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Refrigerated centrifuges find extensive applications in various fields, such as biomedical research and clinical diagnostics, enabling the separation and preservation of temperature-sensitive samples with precise control and low-temperature conditions.
Tips: How does a refrigerated centrifuge prevent sample degradation during centrifugation?
A refrigerated centrifuge is designed to maintain low temperatures during centrifugation, which helps prevent sample degradation. Here's how it works:
- Temperature Control: A refrigerated centrifuge has a built-in cooling system that keeps the sample chamber at a controlled temperature. Typically, the temperature can be set to a specific value, such as 4°C or lower. This cooling feature helps preserve the integrity of temperature-sensitive samples.
- Heat Dissipation: During centrifugation, the spinning rotor generates heat due to friction and air resistance. In a refrigerated centrifuge, the cooling system continuously removes this heat to maintain the desired temperature. This prevents the samples from heating up significantly, which could otherwise lead to denaturation or degradation of sensitive biomolecules.
- Cold Storage: Some refrigerated centrifuges offer additional features like refrigerated sample storage compartments. These compartments allow you to store samples at a low temperature before or after centrifugation. This feature is especially useful for preserving samples during extended experimental procedures or when multiple centrifugation steps are required.
- Reduced Exposure: By centrifuging samples at low temperatures, the refrigerated centrifuge minimizes the time that sensitive samples are exposed to unfavorable conditions. This reduced exposure helps to maintain the stability of proteins, enzymes, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules that may be prone to degradation or denaturation under ambient or elevated temperatures.
Overall, the combination of temperature control, heat dissipation, cold storage, and reduced exposure in a refrigerated centrifuge provides optimal conditions for preserving sample integrity during centrifugation, particularly for temperature-sensitive materials.