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NuAire Introduces Awel Centrifuges to North and Latin America
Date:3/28/2012

PLYMOUTH, Minn., March 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- NuAire, manufacturer of ergonomic laboratory equipment, has partnered with Awel International to bring a full line of Laboratory Centrifuges to North and Latin America. With over 25 years of experience in the design and manufacturing of laboratory centrifuges, Awel holds exclusive patented features that are designed to increase productivity and safety with an emphasis on ergonomics.

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AWELook ergonomic and compact design offers excellent capacity per space ratio, saves bench space, increases sight lines, and decreases the technician's reach to retrieve samples reducing fatigue. AWELight visual end of cycle indication illuminates lights on the centrifuge handle notifying samples are ready for removal increasing workflow. AWELock Rapid Rotor Exchange allows technicians to change from one application to the next within seconds. Removal and replacement of rotors are quick and easy by pressing two tabs together to unlock the system without using tools. Improve cleaning efforts with total removal of centrifuge rotor.

The Multi-purpose (MF) series offer a wide range of high and low speeds as well as accessories for all types of applications. The C series Classical centrifuges offer an excellent capacity to space ratio, perfect for any type of diagnostic, research, or industrial application. Ventilated and Refrigerated models are available.

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