ROTINA 380 Robotic
The ROTINA 380 Robotic models are available as air-cooled or cooled benchtop centrifuges and as cooled under bench units. They centrifuge microtitre plates and blood collection tubes fast and reliably.
With the robotically operated ROTINA 380 Robotic and 380 R Robotic, automation has now also found its way onto the laboratory bench.
The ROTINA 380 RC Robotic is ideally suited for setting up an automated workstation for routine clinical diagnostics. It can carry out special tasks, such as the centrifugation of STAT samples. The routine workflow therefore does not have to be interrupted when emergency samples are delivered. This relieves the load, particularly at peak times when large numbers of samples have to be processed within the shortest possible time.
In the research sector, the ROTINA 380 Robotic models also make a valuable contribution.
|Dimensions||267 x 410 x 414 mm|
|Max Capacity||8 x 15 mL|
A swing out rotor means that the tubes are loaded into individual buckets which swing out at 90 degrees during centrifugation. This results in flat separation. However, the speed that the rotor can achieve is lower, as it is not so aerodynamic.
A fixed angle rotor, as the name suggests, means that the sample will be spun at a fixed angle. Tubes are usually loaded directly into the rotor as opposed to individual buckets. This results in an angular separation. Drag is reduced due to the aerodynamic nature of a fixed angle rotor, which means that a higher speed can be achieved. Higher speeds are needed for some sample types in order to achieve adequate separation.
Yes, Hettich do manufacture a rolling cabinet for this model. This means that the centrifuge sits on top of a bespoke cabinet with lockable castors. The cabinet also features draws, so you can store your accessories when they are not in use.
All Hettich centrifuges are fitted with a powerful, carbon free (brushless) induction drive motor.
Yes. This centrifuge conforms to the In-vitro Diagnostics (IvD) EU directive. This means that the products are guaranteed a standardised level of quality and safety.
Yes. Hettich complies with ISO 13485. This standard relates to the design and manufacture of medical devices.
We can perform a UKAS calibration for speed, temperature and time. For more details, please consult our schedule.
Yes. All Hettich centrifuges have an out-of-balance detection system built into the centrifuge.
We have stock of some, but not all tubes. Please contact us with more details of your requirements.
All Hettich centrifuges come with a 2-year warranty as standard.
We can arrange a longer warranty for a small fee.
Yes. All Hettich centrifuges are CE marked.
Yes. All Hettich accessories can be autoclaved.
We stock thousands of centrifuge spare parts in our London warehouse. However, if we do not have the part in stock, we can source it from the manufacturer. Hettich guarantees that all spare parts will still be available for purchase 7 years from the date production has ceased.
We hold stock of centrifuges at our London warehouse. If the centrifuge is in stock at the time of ordering, then we can deliver it to you by the next working day. If the centrifuge is not in stock, we will have to order the instrument from the manufacturer. In this case, delivery time is normally between 2 and 4 weeks.
All Hettich centrifuges are made in Germany.
All Hettich centrifuges have an emergency lid lock release, which can be activated in the event of a lid-lock failure. Please contact our technical team should this happen.
We can collect your centrifuge and recycle it responsibly, ensuring that any harmful substances are recovered in the process. A charge is sometimes applicable for this service, depending on the make and model. Please contact us for more details.