Our broad choice of rotors lets you select a rotor that precisely meets your requirements. Each rotor has been engineered with capabilities to improve sample safety, centrifuge performance, and ease of installation and removal.
Use the following tool to help you identify the best rotor for your needs.
If you do not have your centrifuge yet, you can select a rotor and see which benchtop centrifuge models are compatible with it.
Innovations, from a system to exchange rotors in seconds, to safety with biocontainment, to durability for years of reliable performance, have been built into our rotors for benchtop centrifuges.
Our Auto-Lock rotor exchange capability lets you safely and securely lock a rotor in place and later remove it with one push of a button. Labs have the flexibility to change rotors and application protocols instantly with no tools or complicated procedures.
Select a benchtop centrifuge rotor that is biocontainment certified* to protect your samples, centrifuge, and operators from hazardous contamination, ensuring safety while maintaining ease of use. Many fixed angle rotors have biocontainment certified lids. Most rotors accommodate containers with ClickSeal™ biocontainment lids, which eliminate cumbersome multi-turn screw caps and high-pressure lids.
*Certified by Public Health England, Porton Down, UK
Our newest microcentrifuge rotors are made of polypropylene material for lighter weight, superior chemical resistance, and durability to resist corrosion. These rotors accelerate and decelerate quickly to give you high performance and shorter runs with lower energy consumption.
Thermo Scientific™ Fiberlite™ rotors deliver superior performance without fatigue or corrosion for safe and worry-free operation. They are ideal for use with general purpose and high performance benchtop centrifuges for cell culture, DNA sample prep, PCR post-reaction cleanup, protein identification, and subcellular fractionation applications. These rotors enhance productivity by reducing run times with higher g forces and offer excellent alternatives to metal centrifuge rotors.
For information about our extensive offering of rotor buckets, lids, and adapters, see accessories.
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