Eppendorf starts off the year by introducing not one, but two new centrifuges: the smaller benchtop centrifuges with up to 24 spaces herald a new era, while Eppendorf is simultaneously expanding the product range of its large refrigerated benchtop centrifuges with a particularly versatile, high-capacity variant.

The new Centrifuge 5425 holds up to 24 vessels with a volume of 1.5 or 2.0 mL. A new swing-out rotor for 96 PCR Tubes broadens the spectrum of molecular applications. Harvesting bacteria, yeast and mammalian cells is facilitated by a new fixed-angle rotor for 5 mL Tubes. The Centrifuge 5425 replaces the Centrifuge 5424; it scores with a whole string of improvements, the highlights of which include the rotor lids with Eppendorf QuickLock(R) seals for quick and easy handling.

The new Centrifuge 5910 R convinces by virtue of its versatility and capacity. Cell harvests carried out in bottles up to 750 mL,...

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