Thermo Scientific Sorvall MTX 150 Micro-Ultracentrifuge
The Thermo Scientific Sorvall MTX 150 Micro-Ultracentrifuge offers powerful separation technology in a quiet, compact easy to use benchtop design.
With RCF in excess of 1,048,000 x g almost any separation is within reach. The sleek design of the Sorvall MT 150 Micro-Ultracentrifuge combines advanced functionality, rotor management and controlled access in a footprint that is 20% smaller than other benchtop models saving valuable bench space.
Achieve maximum productivity with extremely fast acceleration rates reaching 150,000 rpm in just 80 seconds with the Sorvall MTX 150 Micro-Ultracentrifuge. A state-of-the-art, user-friendly LCD touch-screen simplifies operation while providing a range of operating features.
Key features of the Sorvall MTX-150 inculde a simple yet powerful and reliable operation method. The MTX-150 has been designed with ease of rotor loading, instrument set-up, and instrument operation in mind. A visual tube balancing for method has been designed for enhanced ease of use. A USB port allows connectivity to a memory stick, facilitating output of operating data in CSV format.
The Sorvall MTX-150 micro-ultra centrifuge features a self locking rotor system. The system automatically secures the rotor to the drive shaft. This eliminates the need to manually secure the rotor, facilitating rotor installation and enhancing safety.
Fast acceleration and deceleration delivers simple yet powerful and reliable operation for ease of rotor loading as well as instrument set-up and operation. This results in shorter total spin times saving you valuable research time.
Sorvall MTX series accommodatestubes from 0.2 to 30mL with a choice of rotors such as Fixed-Angle rotors, Swinging Bucket rotors and Vertical rotors.
The acculmination of these features make the Sorvall MTX-150 perfectly suited to: virus applications such as HIV, SRSV, and rotavirus, Cellular organelles applications like ribosomes, mitochondria, microsomes. GMI also recommends this system if your research applications requires seperation in lipoproteins, nanoparticles, nucleic acids.