Centrifuges

Centrifuges

Centrifuges are useful across many laboratory applications. Various types are available, and choosing a suitable model will be crucial for your needs. The Boekel line of centrifuges helps bring precision and accuracy to all analytical and diagnostics blood and urine testing. These centrifuges combine speed and efficiency of separation with reproducibility.

 

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Centrifuges

Centrifuges are useful across many laboratory applications. Various types are available, and choosing a suitable model will be crucial for your needs. The Boekel line of centrifuges helps bring precision and accuracy to all analytical and diagnostics blood and urine testing. These centrifuges combine speed and efficiency of separation with reproducibility.

 

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Laboratory Centrifuge Uses

A centrifuge separates components of a heterogenous liquid by utilizing centripetal force. A rotor with arms containing tubes achieves the necessary force for each application by spinning around a central point. The result is a process that separates dissolved particles in a solution based on their density, size, shape and viscosity. 

Centrifuges have several applications throughout the science and health industries. Laboratory settings — including field research, water quality, environmental, physical and analytical chemistry, cellular genomics and biochemistry — present various use cases for centrifuges. You can use a centrifuge to analyze urine, DNA, blood and other samples. 

Types of Centrifuge Rotors

Two main types of rotors exist: horizontal and fixed angle. Horizontal rotors (also known as swing-out rotors) have movable buckets that allow plates and tubes to swing to 90° to allow less forceful centrifugation. These rotors are necessary for culture plates, gradient centrifugation, higher throughput specimens and applications requiring pellets in the middle of the bottom of the tube. 

Fixed-angle rotors keep the tubes at a specific angle. Typically, most applications require a 45° or 0°-9° (vertical or near-vertical) angle. You can fix some rotors at 30° for certain applications. These rotors are most beneficial when you need a focalized pellet and want a shorter run time. Vertical rotors provide the highest resolution due to the short path length. One task that benefits from these rotors includes gradient density cushion separations in isopycnic centrifugation and virology.

Centrifuges for Sale at Boekel Scientific

At Boekel Scientific, we offer numerous centrifuge models because we understand that many applications require various centrifuge specifications. We manufacture private-label, branded and custom equipment for laboratory or medical use. Our team specializes in many types of equipment so you can feel confident in your solution. 

As one of the world's leading manufacturers, suppliers and designers of laboratory products and medical equipment, we understand running your lab efficiently requires the proper equipment. We've designed our products to create repeatable and accurate results. We've been working with scientists since 1868, and we look forward to learning how we can help your team complete research and other tasks. Contact us to learn more about our centrifuges.

Centrifuges

Centrifuges are useful across many laboratory applications. Various types are available, and choosing a suitable model will be crucial for your needs. The Boekel line of centrifuges helps bring precision and accuracy to all analytical and diagnostics blood and urine testing. These centrifuges combine speed and efficiency of separation with reproducibility.

 

  Request A Quote   |   Contact Us  

 

Laboratory Centrifuge Uses

A centrifuge separates components of a heterogenous liquid by utilizing centripetal force. A rotor with arms containing tubes achieves the necessary force for each application by spinning around a central point. The result is a process that separates dissolved particles in a solution based on their density, size, shape and viscosity. 

Centrifuges have several applications throughout the science and health industries. Laboratory settings — including field research, water quality, environmental, physical and analytical chemistry, cellular genomics and biochemistry — present various use cases for centrifuges. You can use a centrifuge to analyze urine, DNA, blood and other samples. 

Types of Centrifuge Rotors

Two main types of rotors exist: horizontal and fixed angle. Horizontal rotors (also known as swing-out rotors) have movable buckets that allow plates and tubes to swing to 90° to allow less forceful centrifugation. These rotors are necessary for culture plates, gradient centrifugation, higher throughput specimens and applications requiring pellets in the middle of the bottom of the tube. 

Fixed-angle rotors keep the tubes at a specific angle. Typically, most applications require a 45° or 0°-9° (vertical or near-vertical) angle. You can fix some rotors at 30° for certain applications. These rotors are most beneficial when you need a focalized pellet and want a shorter run time. Vertical rotors provide the highest resolution due to the short path length. One task that benefits from these rotors includes gradient density cushion separations in isopycnic centrifugation and virology.

Centrifuges for Sale at Boekel Scientific

At Boekel Scientific, we offer numerous centrifuge models because we understand that many applications require various centrifuge specifications. We manufacture private-label, branded and custom equipment for laboratory or medical use. Our team specializes in many types of equipment so you can feel confident in your solution. 

As one of the world's leading manufacturers, suppliers and designers of laboratory products and medical equipment, we understand running your lab efficiently requires the proper equipment. We've designed our products to create repeatable and accurate results. We've been working with scientists since 1868, and we look forward to learning how we can help your team complete research and other tasks. Contact us to learn more about our centrifuges.

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  1. Boekel Scientific™ Digital Economy Centrifuge, 642E (115V)

    The Boekel Scientific™ fixed-speed, economy centrifuge with digital, two-button timer control provides the perfect combination of efficiency and affordability with its 10-minute preset runtime. Includes a 6-place horizontal rotor, tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  2. Boekel Scientific™ Analog Economy Centrifuge, 642B (115V)

    The Boekel Scientific™ fixed-speed, economy centrifuge with analog timer control is the most durable and affordable centrifuge available for reliable, low-cost centrifugation. Includes a 6-place horizontal rotor, tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  3. Boekel Scientific™ Mobile Phlebotomy Centrifuge, 642M (12V DC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ fixed-speed, mobile centrifuge with digital, two-button timer control is ideal for the mobile phlebotomist with its automotive cord set. Includes a 6-place horizontal rotor, tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  4. Boekel Scientific™ STAT Platelet-Poor Plasma Centrifuge, DASH Coag (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ programmable, 12-place STAT coagulation centrifuge with simple, two-button digital display and LED lighting is the perfect addition for any laboratory that needs a separate centrifuge for their coagulation and DIC testing. Includes a 12-place fixed-angle rotor and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  5. Boekel Scientific™ STAT 12-Place Centrifuge, DASH Flex 12 (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ fully programmable, 12-place STAT centrifuge with digital display and LED lighting is the perfect addition for any laboratory that needs to reduce TaT and increase efficiencies. Includes a 12-place horizontal rotor, 12 black tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  6. Boekel Scientific™ 6-Place Fixed Angle Centrifuge, Horizon 6 Flex FA (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ fixed-angle, 6-place general centrifuge with digital controls provides the perfect combination of customization, versatility and affordability with its tabletop design. Includes a 6-place fixed-angle rotor, two sets of tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  7. Boekel Scientific™ STAT 24-Place Centrifuge, DASH Flex 24 (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ fully programmable, 24-place STAT centrifuge with digital display and LED lighting is the perfect addition for large laboratories that need to reduce TaT and increase throughput and efficiencies. Includes 6 carbon fiber, 4-place carrier assemblies with the horizontal rotor and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  8. Boekel Scientific™ Blood Bank Centrifuge, Sero 12 (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ programmable, 12-place blood bank centrifuge with digital controls is designed for tube agglutination testing. Includes a 12-place two-stage rotor, tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  9. Boekel Scientific™ 24-Place General Centrifuge, Horizon 24 Flex (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ programmable, 24-place general centrifuge with digital controls provides the most centrifugation volume at the best value. Includes a 24-place horizontal rotor, (6) 4-place tube holder assemblies, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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  10. Boekel Scientific™ 6-Place General Centrifuge, Horizon 6 Flex (100-240VAC)

    The Boekel Scientific™ programmable, 6-place general centrifuge with digital controls provides the perfect combination of customization and affordability with its tabletop design. Includes a 6-place horizontal rotor, tube holders, and a clear shatterproof lid for easy viewing of specimens.

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