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Centrifuge 5702/ 5702 R/5702 RH - Low-Speed Centrifuge

For in-vitro diagnostic use. The Centrifuge 5702/5702 R/5702 RH is a non-automatic centrifuge for the separation of liquid substance mixtures from the human body and is specifically intended to be used as an accessory together with an in vitro diagnostic device and to enable its use according to its intended purpose.

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Are you looking to improve your work environment? The 5702 family of low-speed centrifuges are quiet in operation, compact in design and provide six different rotor options to accommodate any type of tube and requirement for low to mid-throughput applications in clinical research and cell culture.

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    • rotary knobs, non-refrigerated, without rotor
    • 120 V/60 Hz (US)
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    Catalog no. 022626001
    $ 3,000.00

      • rotary knobs, refrigerated, without rotor
      • 120 V/50 – 60 Hz (US)
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      Catalog no. 022626205
      $ 7,404.00

        • rotary knobs, refrigerated/heated, without rotor
        • 120 V/50 – 60 Hz (US)
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        Catalog no. 022626213
        $ 8,718.00

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        Technical Data



        The 5702 family of low speed, general purpose centrifuges was especially designed to meet the requirement of low- to mid-throughput clinical research and cell culture labs. They are compact in design so that one can fit comfortably on every lab bench, quiet in operation to benefit your work environment, and provide 6 different centrifuge rotor options to accommodate any type of tube.
        Make your lab environment a better place to work with the 5702 family of low-speed centrifuges that are quiet, user-friendly and so compact that you can fit one comfortably on every lab bench. The low access height allows for simple loading and unloading of samples.
        Within the 5702 family, we offer three different models to suit your lab or your application. Centrifuge 5702, which is suitable for standard applications, the refrigerated Centrifuge 5702 R for heat sensitive samples, and the actively heated and refrigerated Centrifuge 5702 RH, which is well suited for working with living specimens, for example in cell culture.

        Temperature management

        Choose the right model to meet your temperature requirements:
        • Centrifuge 5702 – optimized air flow minimizes sample warming during run
        • Centrifuge 5702 R/RH – FastTemp function for fast pre-cooling
        • Centrifuge 5702 RH only – active heating guarantees high temperature accuracy during the entire centrifugation cycle
        • Centrifuge 5702 R/RH – reduced energy consumption and extended compressor life thanks to the ECO shut-off that engages after a period of inactivity

        Safety management

        The 5702 family of low-speed centrifuges come with an easy to clean stainless steel rotor chamber. Automatic centrifuge rotor recognition and imbalance detection ensure operational safety and a key lock prevents accidental parameter changes. Optional aerosol-tight caps are ready for you to use when working with hazardous samples.

        Quality and safety

        • Stainless steel rotor chamber is rust-free and easy to clean
        • Imbalance detection for maximum safety
        • Key lock to prevent accidental parameter changes
        • Aerosol-tight caps for safe centrifugation of hazardous samples optionally available

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        Disposal of packaging
        The packaging of the centrifuge contains different materials, this can include a wooden pallet, cardboard, a plastic dust cover, and some foam parts. Recycling of materials becomes more and more important every day: Are you aware that nearly all cardboard material is recycled in Europe? Our centrifuge packaging cardboard material consists of ca. 50% recycling material. Please support the global sustainability initiative of recycling valuable raw material by also collecting the freezer cardboard packaging material and disposing of it in the appropriate collection container at your organization. In respect to the plastic dust cover made of LD-PE and the foam parts, we recommend to select a dedicated recycling partner where PE material can be recycled. We suggest you contact your local waste hauler or facility management team to understand the available recycling options for your organization.

        Disposal of instrument
        Our centrifuges last for many years, but if they need to be replaced, we kindly ask you to fulfill local requirements for disposal of these instruments. We strongly recommend a certified local recycling partner with experience in instruments with active cooling. Keeping it “local“ reduces the impact of transportation, and the „certified“ aspect is recommended due to the safe and sustainable removal and recycling of the cooling liquids if it is a refrigerated centrifuge.

        This piece of equipment was used in a laboratory and/ or was used to handle biological samples. Please keep in mind to adequately decontaminate the equipment which needs to be disposed. Check local requirements. For more information, get in contact with your local biosafety officer and/ or waste officer. Check if your local recycling partner has special instructions and/ or documentation requirements. You may also use the Eppendorf decontamination form sheet as guidance.