PRO Scientific Rotofix 32A

The ROTOFIX 32A is ideally equipped for tasks in clinical chemistry, it can also play a vital role in cytology.

PRO Scientific Rotofix 32A Blood Tube Package

Includes: Rotofix 32A centrifuge, 90° Swing-out Rotor, Buckets, Adapters for 13 x 75/ 100 mm tubes, Adapters for 16 x 75/ 100 mm tubes.

PRO Scientific Mikro 120

The Mikro 120 centrifuge is a compact unit with a small footprint. A 24 place fixed angle rotor is available for processing 1.5 - 2.0 ml micro tubes.

PRO Scientific Mikro 120 Microliter Tube Package

The Mikro 120 Microliter Tube Package contains; Mikro 120 centrifuge, 24 place rotor, Adapters for 1.5 ml micro tubes, and Bio-Containment Lid.

PRO Scientific Mikro 200 Microliter Centrifuge

Hettich centrifuges are known for their reliable functionality, and for their fast and easy operation.

Series Models: Mikro 200, Mikro 200R

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