What are the different Eppendorf Centrifuge models?

  1. Microcentrifuges:
  • Eppendorf 5415D Centrifuge : a small, easy-to-use microcentrifuge that can hold up to 24 tubes and has a maximum speed of 13,200 rpm
  • Eppendorf 5424 Centrifuge: a quiet, versatile microcentrifuge that can hold up to 24 tubes and has a maximum speed of 21,130 rpm
  • Eppendorf 5430 Centrifuge : a microcentrifuge with a large capacity (up to 30 x 2.0 mL tubes) and a maximum speed of 30,130 rpm
  1. Multipurpose Centrifuges:
  • Eppendorf 5702: a small, quiet centrifuge that can hold up to 16 tubes and has a maximum speed of 4,400 rpm
  • Eppendorf 5810 Centrifuge: a versatile centrifuge that can hold up to 48 tubes and has a maximum speed of 14,000 rpm
  • Eppendorf 5920 Centrifuge: a refrigerated centrifuge with a large capacity (up to 4 x 1 L) and a maximum speed of 20,913 rpm
  1. Ultracentrifuges:
  • Eppendorf 5427R: a refrigerated ultracentrifuge that can hold up to 48 tubes and has a maximum speed of 27,000 rpm
  • Eppendorf 5804R Centrifuge: a refrigerated centrifuge that can reach speeds up to 20,800 rpm and has a capacity of up to 4 x 750 mL
  • Eppendorf 8800: a high-speed, refrigerated ultracentrifuge that can reach speeds up to 150,000 rpm and has a maximum force of 1,048,000 x g.

These are just a few examples of the many Eppendorf centrifuge models available. Each model has its own unique features and specifications to suit different research needs.

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