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SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY, INC., PART OF THERMO FISHER
The HemataSTAT II is a self-contained, portable microhematocrit centrifuge that features an easy-to-use, built-in digital tube reader. To use, spin up to six samples for just 60 whisper-quite seconds, position a tube on the built-in reader tray, and move the slider over the tube, making the three sample interfaces. The quantitative hematocrit result is instantly displayed on the LCD panel. Messages guide the operator throughout the testing procedure.
The Best microhematocrit centrifuge on the market!
Can quickly measure hematocrit in any setting.
The HemataSTAT® is a microhematocrit system. It provides a quantitative hematocrit. The hematocrit method measures the amount of red blood cells in relation to the amount of plasma. The test requires a small blood sample from a finger stick.
HemataSTAT® is also perfect for veterinary use.
SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY, INC., PART OF THERMO FISHER 1096 Rainer Drive | | Altamonte Springs | FL | Separation Technology, Inc. providing advanced solutions to the laboratory marketplace since 1988.
Horizon Horizontal Separation Centrifuge - Model 642 E
THE DRUCKER COMPANY
The Horizon Model 642E is a cost effective horizontal centrifuge with an easy-to-use digital time control for precise spin time every time! The 'one button' operation assures consistent and repeatable runs for perfect separation. The 642E holds six (6) test tubes up to 10mL (up to 17mmx100mm). Includes a '0' RPM safety lid lock. UL/CSA compliant.
Tube Holders Included
ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION: For strength and durability.
General Specifications for the Model 642 E Centrifuge
* Given specifications are for the black test tube holders designed for 15ml tubes.
RED 100mm Tube Holder (P/N: 7713031)
GREEN 75mm Tube Holder (P/N: 7713033)
1.0' Tube Cushion (P/N: 1525)
0.25' Tube Cushion (P/N: 9150)
Tube Holder Cap (P/N: 7713011)
THE DRUCKER COMPANY | | | | From humble beginnings, The Drucker Company continues the tradition of providing quality centrifuges. With little more than a vision and determination, Ken Drucker purchased the Phillips Company, a St. Louis, Missouri instrument repair company, in 1932. Hard work, superior craftsmanship and unique engineering resulted in a centrifuge design with features far advanced for the time. Success quickly followed and the company was transformed into the business of manufacturing centrifuges.