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Mikro 185

Mikro 185
The MIKRO 185 requires little space on the laboratory bench. It is the smallest member of the microcentrifuge range of Hettich and is ideal as a personal centrifuge for researchers in life sciences. The centrifuge has a capacity of 24 reaction tubes.

This microcentrifuge enables separation steps required for sample preparation in various molecular biology applications to be performed rapidly and reliably.

For very short centrifugation runs, for example to centrifuge down droplets, it is sufficient to press the pulse button. The centrifuge runs for as long as the button is held down, at the pre-selected speed.

Max. capacity in an angle rotor:24 x 1,5 / 2 ml
Max. speed (RPM):13.300
Max. RCF:17.008
Dimensions (H x W x D):228 x 262 x 352 mm
Weight:approx. 10 kg
Refrigeration:Air cooling
Rotor:Angle rotor for 24 x 1.5 / 2 ml, max. RCF 17.008– Cat. No. 1226

The MIKRO 185 has the following features: 

The centrifuge is operated through a user-friendly keypad
The control system for the MIKRO 185 is tailored to the requirements for a personal centrifuge. The focus is on the main parameters without the use of programs: the run time and speed can be selected by pressing a button
The lid is opened by simply pressing a button

The MIKRO 185 offers the following safety features:
The 24-place rotor 1226 has a lid with a bioseal (TÜV tested in accordance with DIN EN 61010, Part 2) so that it provides protection against dangerous or aggressive aerosols.
The rotor 1226 can be autoclaved and is resistant to phenol so that phenol-chloroform extractions can be safely performed for DNA solutions

The MIKRO 185 is a compact centrifuge with the following features:
Small and easy to transport
Space for 24 reaction tubes in the rotor, compared to 12 places in the rotors of most other small centrifuges
In addition to holding 1.5 / 2.0 ml standard tubes, it can also hold 0.2 ml PCR tubes or 0.5 ml tubes if adapters are used

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