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Centrifuge Rotor, Thermo Fisher Fiberlite F10S-4 x 1000, NEW

$27,000.00 $17,000.00

Centrifuge Rotor, Thermo Fisher Fiberlite F10S-4 x 1000, NEW

Capacity 4 x 1000 mL
Maximum Speed 9,500 rpm
Maximum 16,880 xg rcf radius 167.0 mm
Minimum 3,087 xg rcf radius 25.0 mm

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Centrifuge Rotor, Thermo Fisher Fiberlite F10S-4 x 1000, NEW

Fits SORVALL RC-6 Plus/Evolution RC Series

Type Fixed Angle
Material Carbon Fiber Composite
Capacity 4 x 1000 mL
Maximum Speed 9,500 rpm
Maximum Sample Density 1.2 g/mL
Tube Dimensions Ø x L 98 x 195 mm
Angle20°
K Factor5,330
Net Weight 9.88 kg/21.8 lbs

Maximum 16,880 xg rcf radius 167.0 mm
Minimum 3,087 xg rcf radius 25.0 mm

Lightweight design
Large metal centrifuge rotors often present a unique lifting hazard in the laboratory due to their weight and awkward shape. Lightweight Fiberlite rotors—up to 60% less weight than metallic rotors[1]—facilitate a safer work environment and minimize risk of damage to centrifugation equipment as a result of these ergonomic improvements.

Additionally, these lightweight properties result in faster acceleration/deceleration rates for shorter run times.

Unequalled durability and cleaning convenience Corrosion and fatigue resistance
Traditionally, the primary cause of rotor failure is from damage to metal surfaces due to moisture, chemicals or alkaline solutions that weaken the metal rotor’s structural integrity. Carbon fiber composite rotors are corrosion-resistant, eliminating this ever-present hazard, and are safe to use with most mild laboratory detergents and solutions, providing easy rotor care and maintenance. Substantial load or stress, as a result of high rotational speeds and repeat
cycles, can also threaten metal rotor structure by causing it to stretch and change in size, limiting rotor life or leading to failure. Thermo Scientific™
Fiberlite™ rotors are fatigue-resistant, mitigating this threat.

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