Laboratory centrifuges are application-driven products. Laboratory professionals should be well-informed before determining which is the correct centrifuge to meet their application. In order to help identify the correct product for an application, there are seven questions to consider. These questions will help identify which product category and which model within that category is appropriate. In addition to the correct category and model, it is important to identify the accessories, rotor, buckets, and inserts that are available to expand the capabilities of a centrifuge, or allow it to perform a function critical to a needed application.
[Infographic] How to Grease Your Centrifuge
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Modify A NuWind Centrifuge Program
Updating or adding a NuWind Centrifuge program can be achieved by selecting the proper icon with your finger located on the touchscreen controls and clicking save.
How To Change A NuWind Centrifuge Rotor Gasket
Gaskets located on a NuWind Centrifuge rotor help to create a secure bond between the lid and the body of the rotor. Replacing a gasket is part of preventative maintenance that will assist as a safety
How To Install A NuWind Centrifuge Bucket Lid