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Thermo Scientific™ Fiberlite™ F13-14 x 50cy Fixed Angle Rotor

Execute a complete workflow in single conical tube, achieving time and cost efficiencies as well as waste reduction.

Specifications

Certifications/Compliance Biocontainment Certified by CAMR, HPA, Porton Down, U.K.
Description Fiberlite F13-14 x 50cy Fixed Angle Rotor
Type Fixed angle rotor
Length (English) Tube 4.5 in.
Length (Metric) Tube 115mm
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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Certifications/Compliance Biocontainment Certified by CAMR, HPA, Porton Down, U.K.
Description Fiberlite F13-14 x 50cy Fixed Angle Rotor
Type Fixed angle rotor
Length (English) Tube 4.5 in.
Length (Metric) Tube 115mm
Max. RCF 29,000 x g
Min. RCF 15,710 x G
Net Weight (English) 15.5 lb.
Net Weight (Metric) 7.03kg
Radius (English) Max. 6.02 in.
Radius (English) Min. 3.26 in.
Radius (Metric) Max. 153mm
Radius (Metric) Min. 83mm

Support a complete workflow in single conical tube with the Thermo Scientific™ Fiberlite™ F13-14 x 50cy Fixed Angle Rotor, which enables time and cost efficiencies as well as waste reduction.

Features:

  • Reduce run times with higher G-forces achieved through lightweight carbon fiber rotors
  • Corrosion-and fatigue-resistant design for structural integrity
  • Backed by a 15-year warranty
  • Compatible with Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ bottles and tubes for complete centrifuge solutions

Compatible with:

Beckman™ J2 Series, Avanti Series (except Avanti J-HC), Thermo Scientific Sorvall™ RC 6 Plus Series, Jouan KR22i and Hitachi™ Himac™ CR21/CR22 Series centrifuges.

Recommended for:

Subcellular fractions, bacteria pelleting, lysate clarification, cell membranes, sucrose gradient isolution of large sub cellular particles and gradient separation of cells.

Note:

†Performance may vary by centrifuge model.