Eppendorf™ Centrifuge 5910 Ri
The refrigerated Eppendorf Centrifuge 5910 Ri combines high capacity and performance in a compact footprint with an ergonomic design. An intuitive VisioNize touch interface, advanced temperature management, and full portfolio of rotors make this centrifuge perfect for a broad range of applications.
Supplier: Eppendorf™ 5943000246
Centrifuge 5910 Ri is exclusively intended for indoor use. All country-specific safety requirements for operating electrical equipment in the lab must be observed.
- Large 7-inch VisioNize touch interface for super-fast parameter settings via unique favorites function
- Swing-bucket rotors and adapters for tubes and bottles from 0.2 mL to 1,000 mL, as well as all types of MTP, PCR, or Deepwell Plates
- Fixed-angle rotors for high-speed molecular biology applications in tubes from 0.2 mL to 250 mL
- High centrifugation speed of up to 22,132 x g (14,000 rpm)
- User management with multiple authorization levels and documentation features supporting GLP/GxP requirements
- Aerosol-tight Eppendorf QuickLock caps and lids for fast and ergonomic lid locking
- Quiet operation to improve your work environment
- Compact footprint to save valuable bench space
- Automatic rotor recognition and imbalance detection for maximum operational safety
|68 x 15 mL, 28 x 50 mL, 4 x 250 mL|
|VisioNize™ Touch Interface|
|10 sec. to 99 hr. 59 min.|
|68 x 72 x 37 cm (28.3 x 25.9 x 14.5 in.)|
|22,132 x g|
|Rotor S-4xUniversal, 4 buckets, Adapter for 5/15mL tubes/plates (2 pcs), Adapters for 50 mL/250 mL tubes/plates (2 pcs)|
|-11°C to +40°C|
|5910 Ri, Versatility Solution|
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Centrifuge 5910 Ri is used for the separation of aqueous solutions and suspensions of different densities in approved sample tubes.