Ultracentrifugation Technology

Loading a Rotor in the Optima MAX-XP Benchtop UltracentrifugeUltracentrifugation is a spinning technology that rotates samples at high speeds for high g force separations. Ultracentrifuges are identified by high g forces for advanced sample separation needs, and are used to separate subcellular particles, viruses and viral particles, proteins, lipoproteins, and DNA/RNA to name a few.

We introduced the first commercial ultracentrifuge in 1947. Since then, our elite line of ultracentrifuges has attained incredible levels of speed and sophistication, without sacrificing usability. Fast and efficient, our ultracentrifuges possess multi-layered safety features that ensure a secure and productive work environment.

Whether you’re looking for a simple, rapid method to remove chylomicrons for accurate lipemic clarification results or a total solution for your ultracentrifugation needs, our ultracentrifuges will help your lab achieve its separation needs.