Centrifuge for simplified and flexible bioprocessing

Designed to maximise productivity for bioprocessing customers, the new Thermo Scientific Sorvall BIOS 16 centrifuge offers an increased capacity of up to 16 L of cell culture product per run and special design features to make working with large volumes easier and more convenient.

In the increasingly complex, regulated and fast-paced bioprocessing environment, users require a centrifuge with simple operation and high-throughput capabilities that deliver run-to-run reproducibility while maintaining sample integrity. These elements are essential to manufacturing products in a scalable, consistent and safe manner. When it comes to the development and manufacturing of biological products, the centrifuges used in the supporting separation and purification processes tend to be large in size and used continuously. As such, innovative and ergonomically designed platforms become high priority when choosing the best system.

The Thermo Scientific Sorvall BIOS 16 centrifuge includes several features designed to enhance the user experience, including: i) Auto-Door function (open and close the centrifuge door automatically using the simple push-button operation0; ii) Auto-Lid function (instant rotor opening and closing with lid storage); iii) Centri-Touch interface (bright, highly visible and glove-friendly display simplifies run set-up); (iv) Accumulated Centrifugal Effect (ACE) function (automatically adjust run time to account for and eliminate acceleration/deceleration variations that could otherwise lead to incomplete cell pelleting); v) Centri-Vue remote monitoring (check run status or see available centrifuges from the mobile app); vi) Eco-Spin technology (take advantage of energy savings of up to 64% using windshielded rotors).
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