PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge from Benchmark Scientific
|Speed Type||Fixed Speed|
|Max Speed (RPM)||2550|
|Deceleration Time to Full Stop (sec)||4|
|Max Capacity 0.2 mL||24|
Whether you are working on microplate processing, blood banking, sample preparation and processing, cell and tissue culture, drug discovery, or other clinical applications, reliably separating liquids based on density is critical. Finding the right lab centrifuge to spin fluid samples or collect pelleting particles from suspension from various mediums is crucial. Considering a wide range of models, brands, and online shops to choose from, acquiring the best fit lab centrifuge for your protocols could be an intimidating task. Lab.Equipment is going to make things a lot easier for you! Find out how the Benchmark PlateFuge suits your separation needs and routine applications below. If it does not make your cut, go over our review, FAQ, and comparison of the PlateFuge with other laboratory centrifuges to acquire the best unit for your application requirements.
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What is the speed offered by the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge?Rotational Speed / Revolutions Per Minute (RPM)
The Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge is a fixed speed unit, letting users to work on samples at 2,550 RPM.
What type of rotors does the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge feature?Rotor Type
With a PCR plate rotor, the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge is recommended for high speed spinning of biological samples on PCR plates, ensuring productivity by reliably separating cellular materials into component parts.
Is the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge a refrigerated unit or not?
Since it is an ambient-temperature or non-refrigerated unit, the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge is recommended for applications running non-temperature sensitive samples as well as various routine and clinical applications that do not require precise temperature control.
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Here are some of the important features of the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge:Maximum Capacity
You can fit and run this many tubes in the unit:
0.2 mL: 24
Automatically stop the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge after a preset time since it comes with a timer.Deceleration Time to Full Stop
It takes 4 seconds for the Benchmark PlateFuge MicroCentrifuge to reach its full stop.
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Benchmark's PlateFuge™ is the first "mini" sized centrifuge with a swing out rotor for microplates. Centrifuging plates before PCR ensures all reactants are in the bottom of the wells for proper concentrations and improved yields. In spite of its remarkably small footprint (9x10 in.), the PlateFuge™ includes a uniquely designed, swing out rotor (patent pending) capable of securing 2 microplates.
The easily accessible rotor chamber includes two plate carriers that rest at a 75° angle. This allows plates to be inserted confidently without sealing tapes or caps. Upon closing the lid of the centrifuge, the rotor accelerates and the centrifugal force "swings" the plates into a horizontal position. Any droplets on the walls of the plate quickly concentrate into the well bottoms. With a g-force of 600 xg, most samples can be spun down in less than 20 seconds.
To end a run, simply open the lid and the automatic, electric brake brings the rotor to a quick, smooth stop in just 4 seconds. Plates can then be easily removed from the rotor.
Quickly spins down droplets in PCR plates
Unique swing-out rotor design prevents spillage (Patent Prnding)
Half the size of traditional centrifuges
Accepts all popular types of PCR plates
Headquartered in Sayerville, NJ, Benchmark Scientific is a well-known provider of high quality and economical lab equipment ranging from benchtop centrifuges, incubators, thermal cyclers, autoclaves, vortex mixers, and homogenizers to name a few. With innovative solutions engineered to boost not just lab efficiency and safety but also results, Benchmark Scientific makes way for improved productivity of various life science research centers, molecular laboratories, clinical facilities, and universities.
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CE approved: Yes
CSA approved: No
Controls (Digital/Analog): Digital
[Lab Centrifuge] Deceleration Time to Full Stop (sec): 4
[Lab Centrifuge] Max Capacity 0.2 mL: 24
[Lab Centrifuge] Max Speed (RPM): 2550
[Lab Centrifuge] Rotor: PCR Plates
[Lab Centrifuge] Speed Type: Fixed Speed