EBA 200 & 200S
The EBA 200 is the smallest centrifuge produced by Hettich. It is capable of speeds up to 6,000 rpm which equates to a maximum RCF of 3,461 xg. This centrifuge has a capacity of 8 x 15ml making it the ideal choice for small clinical practices who want to centrifuge their own blood tubes. Adaptors are available for users who wish to spin smaller tubes.
Like the EBA 200 and EBA 200 S, the EBA 270 is a small capacity centrifuge designed to spin 15ml tubes. The difference is that the EBA 270 will spin these 15ml tubes in a swing-out rotor, not an angled one. This means that separation will be flat. The EBA 270 can spin 6 x 15ml tubes up to speeds of 4,000 rpm (2,254 xg). There is a wide range of adaptors available for users who wish to spin smaller tubes.
EBA 280 & 280S
The EBA 280 and EBA 280 S are small but extremely versatile centrifuges owing to the fact that they can spin both swing-out and angle rotors on a small footprint. These centrifuges have a maximum capacity of 6 x 50ml and will reach speeds of up to 6,000 rpm (5,071 xg in the EBA 280 S). There is a wide range of both angle and swing-out rotors available depending on the needs of the user.
The Haematokrit 200 is a haematocrit centrifuge designed to spin up to 24 x 75mm capillaries. The maximum speed of this centrifuge is 13,000 rpm (16,060 xg). The screw top, clear lid for the 24 place rotor also has a handy capillary reader printed on it which makes taking readings very easy.
The Mikro 185 centrifuge is a super versatile micro-centrifuge designed to spin 24 x 1.5/2ml micro tubes up to speeds of 13,300 rpm. This equates to a maximum RCF of 17,008 xg. There are various tube adaptors for users who want to spin smaller tubes. Like most Hettich centrifuges, the Mikro 185 is IVD compliant meaning that it meets the standards of the European directive 98/79/EC.
Mikro 200 & 200R
The Mikro 200 is one of the fastest centrifuges in its class. It has the same capacity as the Mikro 185 but it can spin up to 30 micro tubes instead of just 24. The maximum speed is slightly higher too at 15,000 rpm (21,382 xg). There are six rotors available which will cover most clinical applications. All rotors can be supplied with lids. There are also some tube adaptors which can be used for accommodating smaller tubes in the same rotor.
Mikro 220 & 220R
The Mikro 220 is a powerful, compact benchtop centrifuge designed to spin micro tubes and haematocrit capillaries up to speeds of 18,000 rpm (31, 514 xg). There are a variety of rotors available for use in the Mikro 220. Users can spin up to 120ml of sample using the 60 x 2ml rotor.
The Rotofix 32 A is a rugged, yet versatile medium capacity benchtop centrifuge by Hettich. Popular in doctors’ practices and small hospitals, this non-refrigerated centrifuge can be used with a range of fixed angle or swing-out rotors. There is even a special rotor for spinning cyto chambers. This centrifuge has a capacity of 4 x 100ml and can reach speeds of up to 6,000 rpm (4,226 xg).
Universal 320 & 320R
With a capacity of 4 x 200ml and a maximum speed of 15,000 rpm (21,382 xg), the Universal 320 is a popular choice for the laboratory manager. Whether the user is spinning blood tubes, haematocrit capillaries, cyto chambers or micro plates, the choice of rotors/carriers is vast. There is a good reason why Hettich chose to call this centrifuge ‘Universal’!
Rotina 380 & 380R
The Rotina 380 is slightly larger in capacity when compared to the Universal 320, but achieves the same speeds, delivering excellent separation results every time. The maximum capacity of the Rotina 380 is 4 x 290ml and a wide range of accessories are available to meet the needs of most users.
Rotina 420 & 420R
The Rotina 420 is a compact, non-refrigerated benchtop centrifuge with a maximum capacity of 4 x 600ml. It is capable of spinning up to 140 standard sized blood tubes or 16 micro plates. This centrifuge is ideal for use in clinical chemistry, biotechnology and other life science applications. Capable of speeds up to 15,000 rpm (24,400 xg), the Rotina 420 is a superb addition to any laboratory and like all Hettich centrifuges comes with a multi-year warranty.
Rotanta 460 & 460R
The Rotanta 460 has a capacity of 4 x 750ml and can reach speeds up to 15,000 rpm which equates to 24,400xg. This 3 litre centrifuge is a real workhorse and has nearly 30 different rotor/bucket combinations at its disposal. This centrifuge is ideal for users with a high through-put of tubes.
Rotanta 460 RC & 460 RF
The Rotanta 460 is also available in a floor-standing version for users who have limited bench space. The Rotanta 460 RC is approximately 68cm high which makes it an ideal under-bench centrifuge. This frees up space on the bench for other laboratory equipment.
Rotixa 500 RS
The Rotixa 500 RS is a large capacity, refrigerated centrifuge capable of spinning samples up to 1 litre at 10,000 rpm. The 4 x 1,000ml rotor uses square buckets to process tubes and round one to process blood bags. The round buckets can accommodate single, double, triple or quadruple blood bags. A set of balancing weights are available to make up the weight difference when spinning blood bags of difference weights.
Roto Silenta 630 RS
The Roto Silenta 630 RS is the flagship centrifuge model from Hettich. It is designed to spin very large quantities of tubes and blood bags at speeds of up to 6,000 rpm (6,520 xg). Ideally suited for blood bank environments, the Roto Silenta 630 RS can spin quadruple bags from a variety of different manufacturers including Baxter/Fenwal, Fresenius and Terumo. The 2,000ml bucket is more than capable of accommodating blood bags including ancillary tubing and filters.
NUVE NF 024 Microlitre Centrifuge
With its microliter rotor accepting small capacity tubes up to 2 ml, NF 024 is ideal for hospital and research laboratories and for applications such as pelleting of DNA and protein, DNA amplification, enzyme tests, centrifugation of cells, yeast and microorganisms at high speed.
NUVE NF 048 Micro & Haematocrit Centrifuge
NF 048 is two centrifuges in one. As a microcentrifuge operating at over 18 000 xg, this unit responds to the needs of molecular biologists, biochemists and covers multiple applications. As a microhaematocrit centrifuge, NF 048 comfortably handles all protocols.
NUVE NF 200 Small Centrifuge
NF 200 is an ideal centrifuge for small clinics, physicians’ practices and as a point-of-use instrument in larger laboratories. Blood samples, urine sedimentation and general sample preparation are catered for with the standard rotor and adaptors.
NUVE NF 400 / 400R Medium Capacity Centrifuges
NF 400/400R bench top centrifuges are designed for daily routine centrifugation requirements. The performance and capacity of NF 400/400R are ideal for the separation of blood samples, urine particle sedimentation and other routine applications in small and medium sized laboratories. Programmable N-Prime™ control system makes the operations easy.
NUVE NF 800 & 800R Multi-Purpose Centrifuges
The multi-purpose NF 800/800R bench top centrifuges respond to the requirements of laboratories carrying out a variety of applications. By combining a range of accessories and speeds in a single machine, they reduce the need for bench space and substantially reduce investment cost.
NUVE NF 1200/1200R Multi-Purpose Centrifuges
The large multi-purpose NF 1200/1200R bench top centrifuges provide a comprehensive response to laboratories carrying out multiple applications. Their extensive range of accessories and versatile performance combined in one unit save valuable bench space and are the answer when budgets are tight but many protocols have to be carried out.
1-14 and 1-14K
Small but incredibly powerful, the 1-14 and 1-14K are the smallest centrifuges that Sigma produce. They are designed to spin small micro tubes up to 2ml in capacity. The 1-14 will reach speeds of up to 14,800 rpm (16,163 xg), whilst the 1-14K will reach speeds of up to 15,000 rpm (16,602 xg). There are a number of different rotors available, including one for haematocrit capillaries.
1-16 and 1-16K
Replacing the popular 1-15, the Sigma 1-16 and 1-16K is a popular choice among laboratory technicians. the 1-16 and 1-16K have a slightly larger footprint than the 1-14 and a range of different angle rotors are available for spinning tubes up to 2ml. These centrifuges can also accommodate the larger 75mm haematocrit capillaries. The performance of this centrifuge is impressive, with a capability of speeds up to 15,000 rpm (20,627 xg).
The Sigma 2-7 centrifuge is a compact, non-refrigerated, bench-top centrifuge ideal for routine laboratory work. This centrifuge is fitted with a motorised lid lock, stainless steel bowl and blue LED light which indicates when the run has come to an end. Popular in clinical laboratories, as well as small medical practices, the Sigma 2-7 centrifuge is perfect for labs where space is a premium. Despite its size, the centrifuge is incredibly powerful and can reach speeds of up to 4,000 rpm (2,540 xg). Both swing-out and angle rotor configurations are available.
2-16P, 2-16KL and 2-16KHL
The Sigma 2-16 range has a maximum capacity of 4 x 100ml and is available in non-refrigerated, refrigerated and heated versions. The top speed of these centrifuges can reach over 15,000 rpm. A wide range of accessories are available, making this centrifuge a great all-round addition to any laboratory.
3-16L and 3-16KL
The 3-16 range has a maximum capacity of 4 x 400ml and can reach speeds of over 15,000 rpm which equates to over 21,000 xg. These centrifuges can be used in a variety of different settings and spin a wide range of tubes and bottles. Both swing-out and angle rotors are available.
3-18KS and 3-18 KHS
Like the 3-16 range of centrifuges, the 3-18 range has a maximum capacity of 4 x 400ml but can reach speeds of 18,000 rpm. This is equal to a maximum g-force of 30,070 xg. There are is a broad range of different rotors and buckets available which can accommodate blood tubes, bottles, PCR strips, and microplates.
3-30KS and 3-30KHS
The 3-30 range is targeted at people who need to spin samples at very high g-forces, but do not need a large capacity. These centrifuges can reach speeds of over 65,000 xg without the need of a vacuum. This means that the 3-30 range fills the gap between a standard and ultracentrifuge.
Available in both refrigerated and heated versions, there is a multitude of different accessories that can be used in both the 3-30KS and 3-30KHS.
This IVD compliant, non-refrigerated, 3 litre centrifuge (4 x 750ml) is perfect for users with a high throughput of samples. Despite its large capacity, it still has an incredibly small footprint. The powerful, but whisper quiet motor can deliver speeds up to 4,700 rpm (4,643 xg) in super fast times.
4-16S, 4-16KS and 4-16KHS
This powerful 4 x 750ml centrifuge by Sigma is perfect for routine laboratory work. Fully programmable and capable of speeds up to 13,500 rpm (20,376 xg), the 4-16 range is available in air-cooled, refrigerated and heated versions. The user can select up to 10 different acceleration and brake rates.
6-16S, 6-16HS, 6-16KS and 6-16KHS
The Sigma 6-16 range is slightly larger than the 4-16 range in that it can accommodate 4 x 800ml buckets. A wide range of rotors and buckets are available including fixed angle and swing out versions. Users can effortlessly open and close the lid thanks to the motorised lid lock.
8KS and 8KBS
The Sigma 8KS and 8KBS are a large capacity, refrigerated blood bank centrifuges dedicated to spinning blood bags from single to quintuple versions. With a total capacity of 6 x 2 litres, these centrifuges can easily accommodate two quad bags per bucket. There are also fixed angle rotors available for the 8KS for users who want to reach much higher g-forces. The 8KBS can be supplied with the water-cooled compressor if needed.