relative centrifugal force


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relative centrifugal force (RCF)

a method of comparing the force generated by various centrifuges on the basis of the speeds of rotation and distances from the center of rotation.
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They have a swing-out rotor capacity of 4 x 750 mL, are equipped with a brushless induction motor, and operate at up to 8000 rpm with a relative centrifugal force of 10,804 xg.
Provide the highest Relative Centrifugal Force (RCF) performance for samples run in tubes and bottles with fill volumes of 1000 mL, 500 mL, and 50 mL (conical tubes), without the need for canisters or other additional sub-assemblies.
If your volumes of separated serum are insufficient, you might consider larger centrifuges that can spin blood at a higher relative centrifugal force.

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