Centrifuge Clinical

Centrifuge Clinical

Catalogue No. – 19087
fixed head angle rotor head with five step speed regulator, operates on 220- 240V AC, 50Hz, maximum RPM 3800

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A centrifuge clinical is a medical device used in clinical and diagnostic settings to separate substances in a sample based on their density. The centrifuge spins a tube or a container containing the sample at high speeds, causing heavier components to settle at the bottom while lighter components remain suspended. This separation process is known as centrifugation.

Centrifuges come in different sizes and designs and can range from compact benchtop models to large floor-standing units. They can be used for a variety of applications, including blood separation, protein purification, and cell culture.

In clinical settings, centrifuges are commonly used to separate blood components, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and plasma. The separated components can then be used for various tests and analysis. For example, plasma can be used to determine glucose levels or to check for the presence of certain diseases, such as HIV or hepatitis.

Centrifuges are essential in many medical and scientific applications, and their accuracy and reliability are critical in obtaining accurate and meaningful results. Proper maintenance and calibration of the centrifuge are important to ensure the accuracy and reproducibility of results.