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Beckman Coulter Type 35 Fixed-Angle Rotor
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Beckman Coulter Type 35 Fixed-Angle Rotor
Our Price: $135.00

Beckman Coulter Type 35 Fixed-Angle Rotor

Product includes Lid. Use only in instruments Classified F-G-H-Q.

The Beckman 35 Fixed Angle Rotor is designed for separating small particles in a volume, and is for use in H, R and S class instruments. This fixed angle rotor separates up to 564 mL at an angle of 25° ,has a max speed of 35000, a maximum RCF of 143000 and a k factor of 255.
The Beckman 35 Fixed Angle Rotor
is constructed of titanium with an anodized aluminum lid, and is designed to hold up to 6 x 94 ml tubes.
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Beckman Coulter TLA-100.3 Fixed-Angle Rotor
Beckman Coulter TLA-100.3 Fixed-Angle Rotor
Our Price: $2,650.00

Beckman Coulter TLA-100.3 Fixed-Angle Rotor

The TLA-100.3 fixed angle rotor, rated for 100 000 rpm, has a tube angle of 30 degrees from the axis of rotation. The rotor can centrifuge up to six tubes and is used in Beckman Coulter Optima™ MAX, MAX-XP, MAX-E, TL, TLX, and the TL-100 tabletop ultracentrifuges.


Major Applications: Pelleting of subcellular fractions in 5-30 minutes; pelleting RNA in 1-2 hours; plasmid DNA separation in 6 hours. Note: Non-precipitating solutions up to 1.7 g/mL in density can be run in this rotor without a reduction in rotor speed.

The rotor is made of titanium and is finished with black polyurethane paint. The lid is made of aluminum and anodized to resist corrosion. A plunger in the lid locks the rotor to the drive hub before beginning the run, and two lubricated O-rings made of Buna-N rubber maintain atmospheric pressure inside the rotor during centrifugation. The tube cavities are numbered to aid in sample identification.

The rotor is specially designed with a fluid-containment annulus located below the O-ring sealing surface. The annulus retains fluid that may escape from leaking or overfilled tubes, thereby preventing the liquid from escaping into the instrument chamber.

The ultracentrifuge identifies rotor speed during the run by means of a magnetic speed sensor in the instrument chamber and magnets on the bottom of the rotor. This overspeed protection system ensures that the rotor does not exceed its maximum permitted speed.
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