C2400 Spectrafuge™ 24D Digital Microcentrifuge

 C2400 Spectrafuge™ 24D Digital Microcentrifuge

C2400 Spectrafuge™ 24D Digital Microcentrifuge

Innovative Digital Microcentrifuge_AGITACION
The newest member of the Spectrafuge microcentrifugefamily, the 24D, features precise digital microprocessor control. This microcentrifuge is loaded with features, yet has a list price low enough to make it the most economical high performance microcentrifuge on the market.
• Complete with easy access, 24 x 1.5/2.0 ml rotor
• Set and view speed in rpm or g-force
• Digital set and display of parameters
• Quiet and cool running
Innovative and Brushless Design
A newly designed, easy-access 24 x 1.5 ml rotor is supplied with the Spectrafuge 24D. This innovative rotor places the tubes on a plateau, where the user can easily grip their tops. The powerful brushless motor quickly accelerates the rotor to a maximum speed of 13,300rpm/16,000 x g. The controls are simple, consisting of only two knobs. The speed knob is used to set the speed in either rpm or g-force. Pressing the knob toggles the display between rpm and rcf. Turning the timer knob sets the time parameter, while pushing it starts and stops operation of the unit. The last run settings remain in memory allowing for repetitive centrifuging without resetting of parameters. Extremely quiet and cool running, this unit maintains a small footprint. The Spectrafuge 24D is available in five accent colors.
Multi-Directional Circulation
Air enters the centrifuge through vents on the back of the housing and is circulated in multiple directions to maximize cooling. The result is a cool running microcentrifuge that keeps samples close to ambient temperature, even during extended runs at maximum speed. For samples that require below ambient temperatures, the Spectrafuge 24D may be used in a cold room.

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una investigacion dende se utilice este product se encuentra en la  investigación titulada “Th17 cytokines expression and its correlation with periodontopathogens and periodontal inflammed surface area (PISA) in patients with chronic periodontitis”  del investigador Herane  Chaparro y se encuentra disponible en el siguiente link:

http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0719-01072013000300001