Eppendorf Centrifuge 5910 Ri
The refrigerated benchtop Centrifuge 5910 Ri from Eppendorf not only offers flexibility and versatility for the 4 L capacity market, it can also assist with optimising the laboratory’s reproducibility.
The large, 7″ VisioNize touch interface with an intuitive user experience provides fast and error-free operation, for efficient and reproducible runs. Using the favourites function in the menu, the setting of parameters is now faster than the 5810 R model: frequently used settings for time, temperature and speed are directly accessible on the home screen, allowing users to create individual runs with just three clicks.
For large or busy laboratories, the program function can save time and improve daily operations. Save up to 99 programs, each consisting of all run parameters (inc ramps and radius correction settings) with clearly assigned names and a rotor compatibility check to avoid operation errors.
For more regulated laboratories, the centrifuge offers documentation of all run settings and events that occur during the run to support GLP/GxP requirements. When combined with the user management (usage optional), the user can now track what has been done, by whom and when. Data export is available as a PDF or CSV file via USB or via VisioNize Lab Suite.
Key features include: swing-bucket rotors and adapters to accommodate tubes and bottles from 0.2 to 1000 mL, as well as of all types of MTP, PCR or Deepwell Plates; fixed-angle rotors for high-speed molecular biology applications in tubes from 0.2 to 250 mL; and high centrifugation speed of up to 22,132 x g (14,000 rpm).
Complete, ready-to-use bundles with rotor, adapters and aerosol-tight lids are now available.
For more information: https://eppendorf.group/efoaa5.
Phone: 02 9889 5000
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