Scilogex lab centrifuges are economically designed to perform basic and advanced centrifugation, meeting day-to-day spinning requirements of blood centers, clinical, research, biochemistry, and molecular laboratories to name a few. Built with an exceptional compressor plus high quality rotors, offering speed accuracy and low-noise operation, as well as with safety features like automatic door lock and over-speed detection, Scilogex lab centrifuges prove high-performance when it comes to blood and plasma separations, isolation of macromolecules, sedimentation of cells and viruses, DNA and RNA sample pelleting, and more. Improve lab productivity and efficiency with Scilogex lab centrifuges guaranteed cTUVus and CE approved as well as compliant to international quality standards.
Lab.Equipment distributes a portfolio of refrigerated and non-refrigerated Scilogex lab centrifuges. We supply Scilogex microcentrifuges that may be small in size but big in features. Find units with adjustable speeds, fixed angle rotors, and can run samples up to max speed ranging from 4500 RPM - 15,000 RPM. Scilogex microcentrifuges come with a maintenance-free and brushless motor drive, ensuring long-operational life.
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Molecular Biology Research Head
Review on SK-L330-Pro LCD Digital Linear Shaker from Scilogex
One time I used it for straight 4 hours and I'm beyond impressed with how this shaker performed. Got it 2 months ago for a fair price, can't remember if it was discounted or something. So far it's one of my best purchases for our lab.
Review on SK-L180-E Analog Linear Shaker from Scilogex
Its compact design saves ample space in our lab. My only concern is the analog control -- kinda hassle to use compared to the digital ones in the market. But overall, it's not really bad considering its shaking performance and its price.
Clinical Lab Personnel
Review on SK-O180-E Analog Orbital Shaker from Scilogex
Speed is easy to adjust and unit performs a stable operation, like how it should. My only concern is it doesn't have a timer. I think I should have opted for the digital shaker instead.