A centrifuge is a laboratory equipment 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.


Hematocrit Centrifuge: Z 207 H

- Max. volume: 24 capillary tubes.
- Max. speed: 13,000 rpm.

High Speed Microcentrifuges: Z 216 M

- Max. volume 44× 2.0 ml.
- Max. speed 15,000 rpm.
- Angle rotor 220.87 V19 for 24 × 1.5 ml. (2.0 ml) tubes.