Regardless of the purpose and nature, clinical laboratories have one device they consider a staple: clinical centrifuges. Centrifuges use centrifugal force to separate the components of a mixture with a spinning rotor.
A centrifuge spins laboratory samples at very high speed. This causes the less dense particles to move toward the axis of rotation. At the same time, the more dense components move away.
Designed for various research and clinical applications, a centrifuge is used when:
- Separating blood
- Separating mixtures that are close in densities
- Separating immiscible liquids
- Separating insoluble particles from a solution
There is a vast array of centrifuges that are available in the market—from refrigerated, benchtop, vacuum, and micro centrifuges. Each is designed to address the unique needs of the users.
Hettich offers a wide range of top-quality centrifuges for research, industrial, and clinical uses. They also offer custom and standardized accessories that allow them to provide a one-stop solution to meet the specific needs of every user.
Tested thoroughly to ensure safety, the units Hettich offer also comply with international regulatory standards. They also come with innovative features that are helpful to chemists, biologists, and other professionals.