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Accelerate your sample preparation processes with Thermo Scientific microcentrifuges

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With a compact design, intuitive controls, and dual speed settings, Thermo Scientific™ microcentrifuges combine power, versatility and convenience, all in a remarkably small footprint.

Powerful – Outstanding acceleration up to 21,100 x g in just 12 seconds.

Versatile - Extensive rotor selection for both simple and complex protocols.

Convenient - Thermo Scientific™ ClickSeal™ biocontainment lids, certified by Public Health England, Porton Down, UK, provide ergonomic, one click rotor opening and closing, shortening retrieval time compared to screw-on lids, while maintaining assurance that samples are safely secured.

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Product Accelerate your sample preparation processes with Thermo Scientific microcentrifuges
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