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External : 361w x 400d x 320hmm Lid closed Overall: 361w x 415d x 720h mm Packed: 45 x 41 x 32cm
Swing out, 4 buckets.Rotor and buckets supplied
Tube dimensions: 17mm diameter x 100mm Using standard buckets for 10ml or 15ml tubes Tube dimensions with green adaptors: 13mm diameter x 75 Fitting Green adaptors, supplied, into top of each bucket, for 5 or 7ml tubes Tube dimensions with grey adaptors: 10mm diameter x 75 Fitting Grey adaptors, supplied, into top of each bucket, for 1.5/2.0ml tubes
Maximum rotor speed
Rotor activated push button Maintaining finger pressure on the push button operates the centrifuge and locks the lid in position. Releasing finger pressure de-energises the rotor.
The Clifton® Targa centrifuge is designed specifically for the
education market being a low cost, low energy product.
Constructed with a durable steel body for safety with four-place
swing out rotor complete with removable buckets and tube
Maintaining finger pressure on the push button operates the
centrifuge and locks the lid in position. The rotor can only be
energised when the lid is correctly closed and locked. A viewing
window in the lid enables the rotor motion to be observed.
Releasing finger pressure de-energies the rotor
Easy wipe clean bowl with no crevices. The Rotor can be removed for
Registered Community Design No 002515296-0002
Motor fitted with one shot overtemperature/overcurrent safety
With the swing out rotor and four bucket holders supplied, each
bucket 17mm internal diameter, recommended Centrifuge tubes:
Clifton accessory tubes, refer to accessories.
Pyrex 1660/02M 16mm x 90mm - glass
Fisher TES-600-029R 10mm x 75mm - glass
Fisher TES-600-071S 16mm x 100mm.
Features and Benefits
1. Maintaining finger pressure on the push button operates the
centrifuge and locks the lid in position. 2. The rotor can only be
energised when the lid is correctly closed and locked. 3. Releasing
finger pressure de-energises the rotor.