Compact High Performance Centrifuge that fits directly in your lab Whether your application is related to Cellomics, Genomics, or Proteomics, Avanti J-E with speeds up to 21,000 rpm (53,300 x g) c...read more
Compact High Performance Centrifuge that fits directly in your lab
Whether your application is related to Cellomics, Genomics, or Proteomics, Avanti J-E with speeds up to 21,000 rpm (53,300 x g) coupled with powerful *SR drive technology provides you with fast separations.
A comprehensive line of labware, with up to twenty-four 96-well microtiter plate processing, 4 x 1L bottles, and HarvestLine™ System liners extend the versatility of this centrifuge. For clinical research applications, conical tubes and bottles for swinging bucket rotors spin volumes of 15, 50, 250, and 500 mL for effective blood component isolation with a variety of gradient kits.
The J-E is energy efficient for low heat output plus the quiet operation ensures a comfortable, productive work environment.
Product Features Quick on the job Shorter run times mean more discovery for you. Avanti J-E's high torque switched reluctance (SR) drive gives you more time at speed and less time getting there.
Shares lab space with others The Avanti J-E is about the size of a portable dishwasher. The small footprint gives you the freedom to place it right in your lab, so it's where you need it, when you need it.
Conservative and Resourceful AvantiJ-E uses a maintenance free vacuum to reduce friction on the rotor, allowing for a smaller motor and compressor that generates less heat, and less energy usage. These energy efficient components not only prolong the life of the centrifuge, but also increase savings when amortized over time.
Widely respected in rotors For Volume requirements ranging from microplates to 1-liter bottles, Avanti J-E's extensive rotor library maximizes capacity and optimizes g-force. The library includes: general purpose, high capacity (4 liter), and biosafe certified rotors with patented dual locking lids for safe sample transportation.
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