Replaces the Eppendorf Centrifuge 5424
The name Eppendorf is synonymous with centrifuges. Eppendorf centrifuges have been around since they introduced their first Eppendorf centrifuge unit in 1964. Since then, the Eppendorf Centrifuge range has revolutionized life science research everywhere. The company’s focus on quality, durability and efficiency when it comes to producing every Eppendorf centrifuge has made them the market leader in lab centrifugation. With German engineering, the newest Eppendorf microcentrifuges are also renowned for their low noise level, soft-touch lid closure, and low profile.
Designed to increase efficiency, the Eppendorf Centrifuge 5425 has improved acceleration and deceleration. There are now 10 acceleration and braking ramps to minimize the time spent in between spins. Furthermore, the Centrifuge 5425 also comes equipped with Eppendorf QuickLock technology for ergonomic and rapid rotor lid locking. The rotor lid can now quickly be securely locked with only a quarter turn. This reduces the time spent preparing the Centrifuge 5425 before a spin and then the time spent removing samples after a spin, all while relieving the repetitive stress on the wrist.
The interior of the Eppendorf Centrifuge 5425 also comes equipped with new technology for optimal performance. The rotor chamber is made of stainless steel to ensure durability and cleanliness. The chamber also includes OptiBowl technology, designed for optimal sound dampening, which means the Centrifuge 5425 operates at a whisper quiet level.
The Eppendorf Centrifuge 5425 is also designed with ease of use in mind. The display is easy to read and is user friendly. The interface is simple and designed for quick use, with knobs or a keypad for easy cleaning. Furthermore, the Centrifuge 5425 has various new software additions to improve user accessibility. The display now shows time elapsed since the last run. There are also 3 programmable buttons to quickly access frequently used settings.
Now Replacing the Eppendorf 5424 Centrifuge