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High-Speed Centrifuges are laboratory instruments that use great centrifugal force to separate particles of different mass or densities suspended in a liquid. These machines operate at high speeds, typically exceeding 10,000 RPMs, and can create a relative centrifugal force of over 100,000 x g. The angular momentum of each particle is affected by this force, leading to separation based on their mass or density. High-Speed Centrifuges are used in a broad range of laboratory applications, including the separation of proteins, DNA, RNA, and other biological molecules. They are also used in the isolation of organelles, cell fractions, and subcellular structures. Additionally, High-Speed Centrifuges can be used for the separation of liquids with different densities in emulsions. They are widely used in scientific research, education, and production departments such as biochemistry, genetic engineering, agriculture and forestry, food hygiene, hospital medicine, and more. Featured below is the Beckman Coulter line of High-Speed Centrifuges are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, designed with durability in mind, and provide greater control over workflows, making them the ideal solution for any laboratory seeking to increase their separation capabilities.