The Axygen Axyspin refrigerated microcentrifuge is a high performance refrigerated microcentrifuge designed to quickly process samples for applications such as nucleic acid and protein preparation, purifications, extractions, and pelleting.
- Powerful refrigeration system cools to 4°C in 8 minutes
- 24 x 1.5/2.0 mL aluminum rotor included
- Exceptionally quiet and compact
The Axygen Axyspin refrigerated microcentrifuge combines a powerful yet silent, brushless drive with an efficient cooling system, all in a compact footprint. Brushless drive technology has been fine-tuned in the Axyspin refrigerated microcentrifuge to deliver fast acceleration and deceleration of the solid aluminum rotor. The uniquely designed 24-place rotor allows easy access to the tops of sample tubes. Starting from room temperature, the chamber of the Axyspin refrigerated microcentrifuge cools to 4°C in just 8 minutes. The control panel features a backlit LCD display, which allows users to easily view running parameters while the large control knob facilitates digital setting of rotor speed, run time, and temperature. These high performance features allow for faster sample processing and less down time.
The rotor of the Axyspin refrigerated microcentrifuge can accommodate 1.5 and 2.0 mL Axygen microcentrifuge tubes, including the most popular catalog numbers (MCT-150-C and MCT-200-C).
The Axygen Axyspin refrigerated microcentrifuge is a high-performance refrigerated microcentrifuge designed to quickly process samples for applications such as nucleic acid and protein preparation, purifications, extractions, and pelleting.
Axygen Inc. was founded in 1993 and is the world's leading provider of laboratory plastics for the research industry, including the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and science markets. The company is headquartered in Union City, California. Axygen currently employs over 300 people worldwide. In September 2010, Axygen BioScience Inc. was acquired by Corning Incorporated and integrated into Corning's life sciences segment. Axygen branded products are now part of the Corning family.