Centrifuge Bottle 225mL 250mL 500mL

Centrifuge Bottles

Product Features

  • Material: Made from USP Class VI standard polypropylene, manufactured in a 100,000-level cleanroom.
  • Seal: Unique sealing structure with dual-way insurance to ensure tightness.
  • Universal Size: Fits most standard centrifuges.
  • Thickened Design: The conical bottom is thickened to increase the maximum centrifugation limit.
  • Clear Graduations: Clearly marked for easy data reading.
  • Temperature Resistance: Can withstand temperatures from -80°C to 120°C.
  • MAX RCF: Maximum relative centrifugal force of 7500 × g.
  • Non-pyrogenic, non-endotoxic, non-cytotoxic.
  • Free from DNA/RNA enzymes and human DNA.
  • Sterilization: Irradiation sterilization with SAL of 10-6. 

 15mL 50mL 225mL 250mL 500mL Centrifuge Tube, Sterile

Product Applications

  • Cell Separation: In cell culture, centrifuge bottles are commonly used to separate adherent cells or to isolate cells from suspension.
  • Bacterial Collection: Used in molecular biology and microbiology experiments to centrifuge and collect bacterial cultures.
  • Precipitate Concentration: Due to their conical design, precipitates concentrate at the tip of the bottle bottom during centrifugation, facilitating subsequent processing and analysis.
  • Sample Clarification: After tissue homogenization or cell lysis, conical bottom centrifuge bottles are used to remove insoluble particles and clarify the sample.
  • High-Speed Centrifugation: For applications requiring high-speed centrifugation, such as separation and purification of virus particles, plasmid DNA, exosomes, etc.
  • Large-Scale Sample Processing: Large-capacity conical bottom centrifuge bottles are suitable for processing larger sample volumes, such as in protein expression and purification processes.
  • Low-Temperature Centrifugation: Centrifugation at low temperatures to precipitate proteins or other biomolecules.
  • Automation Compatibility: Some conical bottom centrifuge bottle designs are compatible with automated systems, such as automated liquid handling systems.
  • Quality Control: Used in the quality control process of biopharmaceuticals and cell therapy products to ensure the purity and concentration of samples.


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