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FAQ

    Q How do you choose a centrifuge?

    A
    The main factors to consider to ensure you make the right choice when selecting a lab centrifuge are:
    Maximum RPM and RCF.
    Rotors available.
    Temperature range.
    Safety features.
    Logistical factors.
    Warranty options.
  • What type of centrifuge is used for blood?

    Almost all centrifuges can be used for blood. We need to consider how many g and sample volumes when we run a centrifuge.
  • Should I centrifuge RPM or g?

    A good, precise protocol for centrifugation instructs you to use the g force rather than RPMs because the rotor size might differ, and g force will be different while the revolutions per minute stay the same.
  • What does g mean in centrifuge?

    The relative centrifugal force (RCF) or the g force is the radial force generated by the spinning rotor as expressed relative to the earth's gravitational force. The g force acting on particles is exponential to the speed of rotation defined as revolutions per minute (RPM).
  • What is one of the most important rules when using a centrifuge?

    Ensure that the sample tubes are at an equal volume. 
    Then make sure that the tubes are balanced within the centrifuge by placing tubes directly opposite of each other.
  • How does a centrifuge work?

    A centrifuge is a device, generally driven by an electric motor, that puts an object, e.g., a rotor, in a rotational movement around a fixed axis. A centrifuge works by using the principle of sedimentation: Under the influence of gravitational force (g-force), substances separate according to their density.
  • What is the centrifuge tube?

    You know the centrifuge usually spins a container to separate the materials.
    Centrifuge tube is the most common container.
    There are several kinds of centrifuge tubes. Plastic or glass material ones. Conical-bottom ones or round-bottom ones.
  • What type of motor is used in laboratory centrifuge?

    At present, laboratory centrifuges on the market use AC series motors and brushless inverter motors. 
  • What are the parts of a laboratory centrifuge?

    The rotor and the electrical motor are the basic parts  for a centrifuge.The rotor assembly is the part that is responsible for generating the spin and transferring the rotational motion. The motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy and kinetic energy.
  • What is the most common centrifuge?

    By our experiences, the universal benchtop centrifuge is the most common ones with volumes range from 0.2ml-800ml.
  • How many types of laboratory centrifuges are there?

    There are several classification methods.
    1.High speed centrifuge or low speed centrifuge
    2.Mini centrifuge, benchtop centrifuge or floor centrifuge
    3.Refrigrated centrifuge or air cooling centrifuge
    4.Micro centrifuge , large capacity centrifuge etc.
    5.Universal centrifuge (multi-purpose centrifuge) or specialized centrifuge
     
    There are many kinds of specialized use centrifuges, such as oil test centrifuge,gerber centrifuge,PRP centrifuge. Usually specialized use centrifuges have one kind of specilized rotors which can be used for a targeted-purpose centrifugation. However this doesn‘t mean the centrifuge can’t apply in other centrifugations.
     
  • Are the lab centrifuge the same machine as the industry centrifuge?

    A laboratory centrifuge is a basic scientific instrument in the  laboratory,which can separate liquid samples such as blood at a certain speed. 
  • What is a lab centrifuge?

    A laboratory centrifuge is a device that makes use of a centrifugal force created by a rotating mechanism of rotors to separate the materials of different particle sizes in a solution or suspension.
    It is commonly used in pharmaceutical, food, environmental protection, and chemical tests.
  • What are the 2 types of centrifuges?

    In general,divided by categories, there are two types of centrifuges for different fields of application.
    1.lab centrifuges
    2.industrial centrifuges
    These 2 devices  have the similar principles but not the same kind of machine.
    By the way, GlanLab just offer lab centrifuges, complete line of lab centrifuges.
  • What is a centrifuge?

    A centrifuge is a device that is used to separate fluids, gasses, or liquids based on the density of the subject. 
    The separation is acquired by spinning a container with the material at a very high speed. The resulting forces created will then cause the heavier materials to travel to the bottom of the container.
  • What is the centrifugation?

    Centrifugation is a basic laboratory procedure that uses a centrifuge to separate the components of a complex mixture.
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