Newmeen Scientific Instruments


laboratory centrifuge including timing non-timing low speed high speed micro large capacity

items available
Add inquiry cart Inquire Now


laboratory centrifuge including timing non-timing low speed high speed micro large capacity

A centrifuge is a laboratory device used for separating components of a mixture based on their density, size, and shape through rapid spinning. This instrument employs centrifugal force to subject samples to high-speed rotational motion, causing particles to move radially outward and separate from the rest of the sample. Centrifuges are widely utilized in various scientific and medical applications for tasks such as sedimentation, isolation of cellular components, and purification of substances.

Key Components:

  1. Rotor: The rotor is a pivotal component that holds the sample tubes or containers. It rotates at high speeds, generating the centrifugal force necessary for separation.

  2. Centrifuge Tubes: These are containers that hold the sample material. They are carefully balanced within the rotor to ensure even distribution of centrifugal force.

  3. Speed Control: Centrifuges feature adjustable speed settings, allowing researchers to customize the force applied to the samples based on the specific requirements of the experiment.


  1. Cellular Separation: Centrifugation is commonly used in biology and medicine to separate cellular components such as plasma, platelets, and white and red blood cells.

  2. DNA and RNA Isolation: In molecular biology, centrifuges play a crucial role in the isolation and purification of nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) from biological samples.

  3. Protein Purification: Biochemists use centrifugation for isolating and purifying proteins based on their size, density, or other characteristics.

  4. Sample Clarification: Centrifuges are employed in various industries for the clarification of liquids by separating solid particles or sediment.

  5. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Processes: Centrifuges are essential in chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories for tasks such as separating chemical compounds and purifying pharmaceutical products.

Types of Centrifuges:

  1. Microcentrifuge: Small, high-speed centrifuges used for micro-scale sample separation.

  2. Clinical Centrifuge: Designed for medical and clinical applications, such as blood sample separation in diagnostic laboratories.

  3. High-Speed Centrifuge: Used for applications requiring high levels of centrifugal force, such as DNA sequencing and protein research.

  4. Ultracentrifuge: Capable of reaching extremely high speeds, often used for advanced research applications such as virus purification and molecular studies.

Centrifuges are essential tools in various scientific disciplines, contributing to advancements in research, diagnostics, and industrial processes by enabling efficient separation and analysis of diverse sample types.

Applicable range:

Power centrifugal instrument belongs to norma lab instruments, widely used in scientific research, education and production sectors such as biology, chemistry and medicine etc. Suitable for radioimmunoassay identification and separation of cells and large particles. There are multiple specifications available for customers to choose from, including timing and non-timing, low speed and high speed, micro and large capacity, speed digital display and non-digital display.


Technical parameters:

laboratory centrifuge including timing non-timing low speed high speed micro large capacity

Partial products categories: Bioprocess single-use bagsAtomic absorption spectrometer(AAS)Ultraviolet and Visible spectrophotometer(UV-VIS Spectrophotometer) , Life science instrumentsHeating instruments, etc.

We look forward to more communication with you. Please contact us for

Recent Reviews