News   News
Contact us
Your position:Home > News > CompanyNews

Low-speed centrifuge installation requirements

2018/6/8 8:36:06      click :
  Low-speed centrifuge uses brushless DC motor, maintenance-free. One-piece electronic lock: to avoid injury to the experimental environment and experimental personnel when the centrifuge is running. Intelligent control, touch panel, intuitive digital display, can directly set parameters such as rotation speed and time, and is convenient to use. The low-speed centrifuge body adopts high-quality steel structure, stainless steel centrifugal cavity, durable, easy to clean. The main application scope of low-speed centrifuges is: the new drug research and development unit tests the heart of SD rat blood, the drug purification, and the powder in the centrifugal liquid of the Chinese medicine decoction pieces.
  Low-speed centrifuge installation requirements:
  1, the requirements of the environment:
  a. The floor should be a solid, flat concrete floor with no source of vibration.
  b. The highest altitude is 2000 meters.
  c. Low-speed centrifuges are limited to indoor work. The centrifuge is suitable for working at room temperature. The maximum relative humidity is 80% at 31°C and 50% at 40°C. Therefore, avoid placing the centrifuge near heat sources (such as direct sunlight, heating pipes, radiators, etc.).
  2, installation space requirements:
  The Low-speed centrifuge should have enough space to ensure the air flow around the centrifuge, otherwise it may cause overheating and the effect is not good.
  3, power requirements:
  The power supply should be a 220V 2A single-phase power supply and have an independent ground wire. It is not allowed to replace the ground wire with a neutral wire. The centrifuge must be properly grounded.
  4, Low-speed centrifuge machine installation requirements:
  After being put in place, all 4 rubber feet of the base plate should be in contact with the work surface.
  Low-speed centrifuges have a wide range of applications. Low-speed centrifuges can be widely used in clinical medicine, biochemistry, immunology, blood stations and other fields, and are routine instruments for centrifugal sedimentation in laboratories.