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Precision Durafuge® 100 Centrifuge

Description:... The durafuge 100 spins swing-out rotors at 4000 rpm and fixed-angle rotors at up to 6300 rpm....
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Precision Durafuge Centrifuges

The Durafuge 100 spins swing-out rotors at 4,000 rpm and fixed-angle rotors up to ... With Durafuge, reliability is built in and the centrifuges are backed by ...

Discontinued - Precision Durafuge 300/300R High Ca-Thermo Scientific

Compact, high speed and low speed benchtop centrifuge, including refrigerated, accepting wide range of tubes, bottles in swing-out, angle rotors for clinical, ...

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