Dynamica Centrifuge

Microentrifuge is often used in DNA extraction experiments.  It is an expensive and efficient to extra DNA and separate from protein in the cell.   Most protocols specified the spinning

Dynamica Centrifuge – RPM Vs RCF

In a centrifugal process, RCF refers to the force amount on the sample in a centrifuge. RPM describes the rapidity of the centrifuge. An RCF is related to the force


Rotor selection suggestion

If you are using 50ml and 15ml round bottom tubes and the speed is > 10,000 rpm, you can choose the FA15C rotor for Velocity 18R Pro, 14R Pro and 14 Pro.


Separation of an inactivated vaccine

The vaccine becomes a hot topic since the outbreak of Covid-19. Do you know that centrifugation is one of the popular ways to separate the inactivated vaccine? Although not used


What are conical tubes used for?

Centrifuge tubes are used to contain liquids during centrifugation, which separates the sample into its components by rapidly rotating it around a fixed axis. Most centrifuge tubes have conical bottoms,


Celebrating World Laboratory Day at Techcomp

April 23rd marks World Laboratory Day, a day to celebrate laboratories across the globe where scientists conduct valuable research and make new discoveries to improve our everyday lives. Although the origins of


Tips: Centrifuge Tubes Balance

This is to remind you to balance the rotor before running the centrifuge. If you have an odd number of tubes, what should you do?  Simple, just add 1 more

FA15B - 5ml Tube

5ml Conical Tube: Simplify Your Workload

For sample volume slightly larger than 2 ml but not more than 5ml, the researcher usually divides the sample into 2 or 3 tubes using 2ml microtubes. This will double


Dynamica Centrifuge – Keep Your Lab Quiet

Dynamica centrifuge A quiet centrifuge is very important to most lab users. Every sound has a decibel level associated with it. If an item is 52 dB(A), then it has


Why do we need cooling during centrifugation?

Some of our readers have doubts after reading the last post. Why there is such a big difference of -20°C on the chamber wall while only 4°C on the sampling