Thermo Scientific™

S140-AT Fixed Angle Rotor

Catalog number: 45978
Thermo Scientific™

S140-AT Fixed Angle Rotor

Catalog number: 45978
Support applications that require extreme force with the Thermo Scientific™ S140-AT Fixed Angle Rotor; this rotor is capable of operating at over 1,048,000 x g.
 
Catalog Number
45978
Unit Size
Each
For Use With (Equipment)
Thermo Scientific™ Sorvall™ MTX and MX Plus micro-ultraCentrifuges
Capacity
10 x 2 mL
Max. Speed
140,000 rpm
Max. RCF
1,048,684 x g
Price (USD)
19,684.00
Your Price:
Availability
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Full specifications
Quantity
DescriptionS140-AT Fixed Angle Rotor
MaterialTitanium
TypeFixed Angle Rotor
Capacity10 x 2 mL
Max. RCF1,048,684 x g
Max. Speed140,000 rpm
Radius (Metric)47.9 mm
Radius (Metric) Min.32.6 mm
K Factor5
Max. Tube Length34 mm
Max. Tube Diameter11 mm
Net Weight1.8 lb. (0.8 kg)
For Use With (Equipment)Thermo Scientific™ Sorvall™ MTX and MX Plus micro-ultraCentrifuges
Angle35°
Min. RCF713,718 x g
Unit SizeEach
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Catalog NumberSpecificationsUnit SizeFor Use With (Equipment)CapacityMax. SpeedMax. RCFPrice (USD)AvailabilityQuantity
45978Full specifications
EachThermo Scientific™ Sorvall™ MTX and MX Plus micro-ultraCentrifuges10 x 2 mL140,000 rpm1,048,684 x g
19,684.00
Your Price:
***
DescriptionS140-AT Fixed Angle Rotor
MaterialTitanium
TypeFixed Angle Rotor
Capacity10 x 2 mL
Max. RCF1,048,684 x g
Max. Speed140,000 rpm
Radius (Metric)47.9 mm
Radius (Metric) Min.32.6 mm
K Factor5
Max. Tube Length34 mm
Max. Tube Diameter11 mm
Net Weight1.8 lb. (0.8 kg)
For Use With (Equipment)Thermo Scientific™ Sorvall™ MTX and MX Plus micro-ultraCentrifuges
Angle35°
Min. RCF713,718 x g
Unit SizeEach
Showing 1 of 1

Features:

  • Fixed angle (35°) titanium rotor
  • Capacity: 10 × 2mL
  • Maximum Speed/RCF: 140,000rpm/1,048,000 x g
  • K factor: 5

Compatible with:

Thermo Scientific™ Sorvall™ MTX 150 Series Micro-Ultracentrifuge, MX Series Floor Model Micro-Ultracentrifuge

Recommended for:

For rapid separation of serum lipoproteins, DNA, RNA and subcellular fractionation.

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