New Mini centrifuge with BIG benefits

By Labnet International

Labnet International is proud to introduce their new personal mini centrifuge, the PRISM MINI. Reliable and easy-to-use, the Prism Mini is compact and economical, allowing each workstation to be equipped with a “personal” centrifuge. The Prism Mini can be used for a wide range of molecular biology separations and quick spins. The centrifuge was designed to be extremely compact with an exceptionally small footprint. It includes 2 quick release interchangeable rotors, which spin up to 6000 RPM’s. The electronic brake and self opening lid allow for quick deceleration and sample access to reduce handling time. The Prism Mini’s maintenance-free drive is remarkably quiet and the unique design allows for excellent air-flow, to protect temperature-sensitive samples.

Self opening lid:

Considerable thought went into engineering the Prism Mini with the lab technician in mind. The transparent blue lid allows for a clear view of samples in the rotor. Start and Stop of the centrifuge can either be controlled by the On/Off switch or by activating the self-opening lid. By depressing the lid button, the lid automatically opens allowing full access to samples.

Quick release rotors:

The Prism Mini is supplied with two rotors. The 8 place tube rotor can accommodate 1.5/2.0mL tubes and the 4 place strip rotor can accommodate 8 x 0.2mL tube strips. These rotors both have a quick release hub design, which means no tools are required to exchange the rotors.


Capacity: 8 x 1.5/2.0mL tube rotor & 4 place PCR Strip rotor

Rotor Speed: 6000 RPM

G Force: 2000 x G

Dimensions: 5.2 x 5.2 x 4.4 inch / 13.2 x 13.2 x 11.2 cm

Weight: 1.2lbs / .55 kg

Electrical: 120V or 230V, 50/60Hz

Ordering Information:

Catalog No. Description

C1801- Prism Mini Centrifuge, 120V

C1801-230V-EU Prism Mini Centrifuge, 230V, EU Plug

C1801-230V-UK Prism Mini Centrifuge, 230V, UK Plug

Labnet International Inc.
31 Mayfield Ave.
Edison, NJ 08837 USA
Tel: 732-417-0700
Fax: 732-417-1750

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Published: April 1, 2012

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