How to Select the Best Centrifuges for Your Laboratory?

How to Select the Best Centrifuges for Your Laboratory?

Centrifuges are often taken-for-granted, they are the most important equipment in clinical laboratory. When the centrifuge breaks, then clinical laboratories will grind to halt, since samples back up & bottlenecks will be created. In this post, we will check out when you must replace clinical centrifuges, how to select the new centrifuge tube, and protect the investment moving ahead.

Benefits of Centrifuges

Centrifugation procedure has vastly taken over commercial dewatering market. The following are a few benefits of centrifuges.

  • Dewatering from use of the centrifuges reduces bad odors made if dewatering is actually done by the traditional ways. This highly reduces olfactory nuisances & expenses of spraying the deodorants over the premises.
  • Set up is made to automatically function if supplied sludge stays constant. Mechanical safety mechanisms make up the standard equipment & to add there are certain sensors that will make operations reliable.
  • Tremendous increase in dry solids for sludges makes this right alternative of purifying and cleansing the substances just by using the centrifuges.
  • Technique is quite handy especially when dealing with the oily sludges.

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How to Select the Right Centrifuge Configuration?

Space available in laboratory and on bench is an important element to look at when selects the centrifuge configuration.

It can be distinguished between:

Bigger centrifuges (floor-standing): If a laboratory wants to optimize organization & bench space, floor-standing centrifuge will be a better choice. The centrifuges allow huge volumes or significant number of the tubes to get treated. The rotation speed is very high, generally over 30,000 rpm, they are refrigerated. An only disadvantage is they’re very heavy that should be taken in account during the installation.

Bench-top (compact): Such centrifuges are small & can easily be installed on a laboratory bench. Durable, robust,  and high capacity, they will run at over 5,000 to 6,000 rpm. The clinical biology laboratories have such kind of the centrifuge.