People are often confused with RPM, RCF and g force(xg) about its relation & difference and which parameter is most important in centrifugal applications. As a result, they failed to choose the correct centrifuge according to their own experimental procedures and requirements. Below we will explain these three terms and its relations. Since its invention, the application … Read more
When dealing with centrifuges, you will encounter two different units of measurement: Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) Relative Centrifugal Force (RCF) One thing is very important, you need to be aware of the difference between the two. If you get it wrong (which is not as rare as you think), the experiment will be ruined. So … Read more
There are countless different Blood Centrifuge Tubes on the market. This can be confusing. In this blog, we will take a closer look at the different types of centrifuge tubes available. and how to decide which one is right for you.
At what speed do you centrifuge blood 2200-2500 RPM Allow the blood to clot in an upright position for at least 30 minutes but not longer than 1 hour before centrifugation. Perform venipuncture as with any other blood collection device. Centrifuge for at least 15 minutes at 2200-2500 RPM within one hour of collection. What … Read more
These blood separators are often referred to as blood centrifuges. KETHINK’s KT-TXD3 blood centrifuge helps scientists achieve better clinical outcomes for patients. and provide reliable blood separation for their research.
Centrifuges are an important part of research equipment and operate very fast. The high operating speed of the centrifuge is beneficial as it allows separation of materials based on density.
Centrifugal force – As a mass rotates about an axis, it exerts an outward radial force called centrifugal force on the axis or on any arm or rope coming from the axis to restrict its movement along a straight line (tangent).
The term “centrifuge” can refer to a machine (noun) or the act of using a machine (verb) that holds a rapidly spinning container to separate its contents by density. Centrifuges are most commonly used to separate different liquid and solid particles from liquids. But they can also be used for gases, and used for purposes … Read more