This compact benchtop centrifuge is conceived for high sample throughput as well as for high sample volumes. With a maximum capacity of 4 x 600 ml 140 blood collection tubes or 16 microtiter plates it is ideal for applications in clinical chemistry biotechnology and in life science research facilities. The temperature can be set in Fahrenheit degrees. The Rotina 420 fits the recurring theme of Hettich: a small benchtop that has a large capacity large feature set and low cost of ownership.
- The fully developed up to date N control panel meets the requirements of the users and is extremely easy to operate. - Entry of the parameters is fast precise and convenient with selector keys on the waterproof foil keypad. - The large display is easy to read. During centrifugation the actual values of the parameters are indicated. - The parameters remain in the memory even after the centrifuge has been switched off.
Entry of parameters can be carried out fast and conveniently via the waterproof foil keypad. Just a few keys are all it takes to program the centrifuging parameters. The last entered values will be stored. They remain in the memory even after the centrifuge has been switched off. By pressing the START key the parameters are recalled.
The clearly arranged display is easy to read. During centrifugation the actual values are digitally displayed.
Programmable small control
Programmable small control- 3 complete operation programs can be stored and recalled.
Input in increments of 10
Input in increments of 10
Input in minutes
Relative Centrifugal Force RCF
Inputs in increments of 1
Input of acceleration and braking ramps in levels 1-9 and unbraked run-down.
Input of the radius is required for determining RPM and RCF.
800 VA/ 1300 VA
Hx W x D
15.2 x 19.4 x 22.5 inch
Max RPM/ RCF
15000/24400 Fixed Angle
Parameters of Product: Centrifuge Specs
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