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Hettich 380CellCulture4 Model Rotina 380 Cell Culture Benchtop C

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Hettich 380CellCulture4 Model Rotina 380 Cell Culture Benchtop C

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The Hettich 380CellCulture4 model of Rotina 380 series centrifuge is a variable-speed benchtop centrifuge with a maximum speed of 5,000 rpm. This centrifuge comes with a four-place swing-out rotor, four buckets, four 15mL conical adapters, and four 50mL conical adapters. The rotor accommodates four 290mL tubes (sold separately). The stainless-steel inner bowl simplifies cleanup. Its timer is settable from 1 to 99 minutes or 1 to 59 seconds and has 98 programmable memory settings. The centrifuge automatically senses the rotor type and stops when the lid opens for increased safety.

This benchtop centrifuge is non-refrigerated.

SpecificationsRotor and buckets4-place swing-out rotor to accommodate four 290mL tubes, four buckets, four 15mL conical adapters, and four 50mL conical adapters
Compatible with additional interchangeable rotors (sold separately)Speed range500 to 5,000 rpmMaximum relative centrifugal force (RCF)4,863 x gTimer99 min in 1 min increments or 59 sec in 1 sec incrementsNoise levelLess than 68dBPower115VAC, 60HzWeightApproximately 129lb. (51 kg)Dimensions418 x 457 x 600mm (H x W x D)

H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.

A centrifuge is used to spin fluids of different densities to separate various parts, commonly blood and DNA samples. Centrifuges are composed of the main body or housing and a spinning rotor. Tubes of cellular material suspended in liquid are inserted into the rotor and spun at various speeds to separate components. Centrifuges are used in medical, industrial, and research laboratories, as well as academic and clinical settings.

Hettich manufactures centrifuges, incubators, and other lab instruments for clinical and life science applications. The company, founded in 1904, is headquartered in Tuttlingen, Germany.

What's in the Box?

  • Hettich 380CellCulture4 centrifuge
  • Swing-out rotor
  • (4) Buckets
  • (4) 15mL conical adapters
  • (4) 50mL conical adapters
  • Power cord
  • Instructions

Hettich 380CellCulture4 Model Rotina 380 Cell Culture Benchtop C

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