Eppendorf Vacufuge Concentrator
Three aeration modes to concentrate DNA/RNA, proteins, and other samples quickly
Manufacturer: Eppendorf 022820001
Combines centrifugal force and vacuum. For gentle concentration of DNA, RNA, nucleotides, proteins, and samples for gel electrophoresis.
- Available as a basic instrument for use with existing pumps (with minimum vacuum pressure of 20mbar) or as a complete system with a maintenance-free PTFE vacuum pump (40L/min.) and vapor trap
- Three aeration modes (aqueous, alcohol, and off) maximize evaporation efficiency, prolong pump life span, and reduce processing time by up to 20%
- Corrosion-resistant stainless-steel chamber withstands chemical exposure
- Maximum speed/force: 1400rpm/240xG
- Brake function brings rotor to a faster stop
- Space-saving design with low noise level of ≤60dBA for the compact laboratory
- Choice of four heating levels (ambient, 30°, 45° and 60°C) provides optimal evaporation speed for your samples
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Concentrator is supplied with a stackable 48-place fixed-angle rotor for 1.52.0mL microcentrifuge tubes. Additional rotors are available separately. Nonstackable rotors for 96-well plates, 15mL conical tubes, and vials are also available.
|30, 45, 60°C|
|240 x G|
|48 x 1.5 to 2.0mL tubes|
|48 x 1.5 to 2mL Fixed angle rotor (increasing capacity up to 144 samples), transparent lid|
|Basic Unit Model|
|14.5 x 12.62 x 9 in. (37 x 32 x 23cm)|
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