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Some questions about the placement of the centrifuge

2018/9/17 17:41:56      click :

Laboratory centrifuges can be divided into industrial laboratory centrifuges and medical laboratory centrifuges according to their applications. Medical laboratory centrifuges are mainly used in medical experiments, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, biological research institutes, fine chemicals, etc.

The placement of laboratory centrifuges requires special attention to the following two points:

1, Balance: ensuring the smooth operation of the centrifuge is a prerequisite for improving the separation effect and the safety of the machine. So how can we ensure that the operation of the centrifuge is stable in daily use?
First of all, pay attention to the position of the desktop or the ground. The floor-standing large-scale machine needs to be leveled by professional tools under the guidance of professionals. Secondly, the maintenance and maintenance of the rotor is particularly important. After the centrifugal work is completed, The rotor is removed and wiped clean and placed in a clean and dry place to avoid scratches.

2, ventilation: try to choose dry, avoid direct sunlight, no debris around, especially flammable and explosive dangerous goods; to ensure the permeability and heat dissipation of the instrument, at least 10cm away from the wall, baffle, etc.; The venting holes and vents should be cleaned frequently.

Precautions when using the centrifuge:
1. Before using the centrifuge, check whether the external power supply meets the requirements and whether the centrifuge is reliably grounded.
2. Before using the centrifuge, carefully check the rotor and the centrifuge tube for cracks or corrosion. It is strictly forbidden to use a rotor or a centrifuge tube with cracks or corrosion.
3. It is forbidden to operate the rotor beyond its rated speed.
4. It is strictly forbidden to operate unbalancedly.
5. It is strictly forbidden to run at high speed without rotor.