Ti-15 Zonal Rotor and Lid, Titanium, without Core.
When density gradient separation is performed in a zonal rotor, gradient and sample are loaded directly into the rotor cavity; no tubes or bottles are used (Figure 1.2). Cylindrical or bowl-shaped zonal rotors have a capacity 50 to 100 times that of the typical swinging bucket rotor; thus zonal centrifugation enables large quantities of sample to be processed in much less time than in other types of rotors.
Major applications: Rate-zonal centrifugation of subcellular particles. . .
For use in instruments classified: HS.
Note: A continuous-output gradient pump able to operate against a backpressure of 20 psi (138 kPa) is also required. The purchased pump must be able to provide a flow of up to 50 mL/min. (3 L/hr.) and the pump head must accept 1/8 in. (3 mm) ID tubing.
Platform Floor Prep
Rotor Type Speciality (Ultracentrifugation)
Maximum RPM 32.000 rpm
Max RCF 102.000 or 96.500 xg
Nominal Rotor Capacity: 1.675 mL (standard core) or 1.350 mL (B-29 core)
k-Factor: 481 (standard core) or 468 (B-29 core)
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