Sustainability for Centrifuges

Eppendorf introduced Centrifuge 5427 R—the first Eppendorf microcentrifuge with hydrocarbon cooling to contribute to a more sustainable laboratory environment. The centrifuge was designed to allow researchers to perform various molecular and cell biology applications while using a refrigerated device that contains a natural cooling agent. The company claims the new Centrifuge 5427 R scores not only with its reliable propane cooling: Due to its compact footprint and the dual-row rotor FA-45-48-11 for up to 48 x 1.5/2 mL tubes, it is the optimal solution for laboratories with a high sample throughput. Due to its large rotor selection, it is also a good choice for areas where many users share the instrument: the nine rotor options, consisting of fixed-angle and swing-bucket rotors, cover a wide range of applications in the field of molecular and cell biology.


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