Centrifugation and Eppendorf: The stuff that legends are made of. And one such legend in the making is the new Ce...
Centrifugation and Eppendorf: The stuff that legends are made of. And one such legend in the making is the new Centrifuge 5415 D, the logical successor to the classic 5415 C, the unrivalled model of longevity and ease of use in laboratories, clinics and research institutes throughout the world.
The 5415 D has all the tried and tested technical features, including the almost indestructible maintenance-free drive. It goes without saying that the easy-to-follow digital display shows all significant parameter settings at a glance.
The centrifuge can be operated using the same 24-position standard rotor for 1.5 ml and 2 ml tubes or with the 36-position special rotor for 0.5 ml tubes. With or without refrigeration - the right choice is always 5415!
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Features of 5415D
- Small and quiet
- Dials and a digital display
- rpm/rcf setting as required
- Separate short-spin key
- Max. rcf: 16,110 x g
- Maintenance-free drive
- Space-saving design
- 24-position standard rotor for 1.5/2.0 ml tubes (adapters available for 0.2 ml, 0.4 ml, 0.5 ml and 0.6 ml tubes); autoclavable; also available with an aerosol-tight lid*
- 36-position special rotor for 0.5 ml tubes (adapters available for 0.2 ml tubes)
Tested by the Centre for Applied Microbiology & Research, Porton Down.
|Maximum RCF||16100 xg|
|Maximum Speed||13200 rpm|
|Power Requirements||230 V/50 Hz, 180 W|
Note: Weight given is without rotor.
Acceleration time to max. speed: =13 s
Braking time from max. speed: =12 s