- Rugged, virtually indestructible!
- Compact, 6-inch footprint,
- High G-force, complete protein or DNA extractions, CRISPR, blood, urine, and stem cells in rapid time.
- RPM: Low-6,000 High-10,000, RCF: Low-1735/2245, High-4819/6238
- Power requirements: 120VAC, 50-60 Hz
RevSpin Microcentrifuge Basic
The RevSpin 102 Microcentrifuge is stronger, faster, and contains more than twice the capacity of competing palm-sized microcentrifuges. An oversized rubber base increases the reliability of the RevSpin models by absorbing vibration and limiting bench walking. Includes free 16 position 1.5/2.0ml rotor and 12 0.5ml reducers.
Assembled in the USA.
Power requirements: 110 -130 VAC 60 HZ 1.5 amps, grounded cord
Motor: Ball bearing, high efficiency, permanent magnet DC
RPM: Low-6,000 High-10,000
RCF: Low-1735/2245, High-4819/6238
Rotors: 16 position 1.5 or 2.0 ml (holes numbered 1-16) rotor and 12 0.5ml reducers all included. 0.2ml strip rotor (not included).
Rotor type: 45°, unique vertical loading
Dimensions: 9 inches tall x 7 inches diameter
Net weight: 5 lb. (shipping weight 6 lb.)
Easy-load rotor permits tubes to be loaded vertically, but spin in 45° position
16 position rotor receives 1.5 or 2.0 ml tubes, each hole is clearly marked by numbers
Oversized 8mm shaft will not bend from abuse or imbalance
Safety switch instantly cuts power when cover is slightly ajar, will not operate without cover in place.
Areas of Focus
General lab use
- Cell pelleting
- Quick spin-downs
- Protein purification
- DNA extraction
Revolutionary Science has been manufacturing low-cost, high-powered micro centrifuges since 1999. The RevSpin microcentrifuges are an excellent choice for DNA extraction or protein purification, due to their high RPM and g-force capabilities and competitive price. Sample content separation is achieved quickly. The RevSpin 102 is a low-cost 2 speed unit with a 10,000 RPM maximum speed. The RevSpin microcentrifuges are an excellent choice for anyone performing biotech and microbiology applications. The RevSpin 102 was featured in the forensics crime lab on the popular TV Show, CSI Miami.