Eppendorf PhysioCare Concept® – Centrifuges

We introduced our very first centrifuge in 1964 as an integral part of the Eppendorf Microliter System, and revolutionized life science research practices worldwide. To this day, the Eppendorf name remains synonymous with creative design, innovative technology and reliable performance that stand the test of time.

Low loading level

A low loading level of a centrifuge enables an easy loading with rotors, buckets, and/ or sample vessels. The bigger and heavier the rotors and vessels, the more important is a low loading level.

Access height of centrifuge lid

The opened centrifuge lid should be within reaching distance for standard size persons.

Closing force for centrifuge lid

Especially for multipurpose centrifuges, the closing mechanism of the centrifuge lid should require very little force.

Fast and easy rotor closing

QuickLock rotor lids close with only 1/4 of a turn. This not only saves your time during every day use, it also takes repetitive stress off your wrist

Rotor weight

Low rotor weight due to carved out inner rotor structure results in easier handling during rotor change.

Color code adapters

Differently colored adapters for different vessel sizes enables direct and fast adapter selection.

Standard user interface

Standardized user interfaces make handling of different devices as easy as possible.

Easy access for emergency opening

In case of a power breakdown, the emergency opening should be easy to reach, i.e. at the front area or the front side area of the centrifuge.