February 09, 2012 -- Any Eppendorf Centrifuge 5804/5804 R or 5810/5810 R can be set up on the new rolling cabinet and stored under most lab benches when not in use, or moved easily to another laboratory if required.
Designed specifically to accommodate Eppendorf’s multipurpose benchtop Centrifuges 5804/5804R and 5810/5810R, the rolling cabinet is constructed of powder-coated steel for strength and high chemical resistance. With two lockable castors and sturdy build, the rolling cabinet ensures safe centrifugation. For added convenience a large drawer with slip-resistant lining has been included to keep rotors and other accessories ready for use.
Peter Schreiner, International Product Manager Centrifugation, commented, ‘Space on the bench is a limiting factor in many laboratories. The new rolling cabinet enables more efficient use of available space as the centrifuge can simply be pushed under most lab benches when not in use, with rotors and other accessories neatly stored in the cabinet’s drawer. Eppendorf’s Centrifuges 5804/5804 R and 5810/5810 R are known for their excellent versatility, offering high capacity, high speed and a wide choice of rotors. Now the rolling cabinet provides greater freedom and flexibility to share the benefits of these features by moving the centrifuge to wherever users need to work.’
Eppendorf UK, incorporating New Brunswick from 1st January 2011, is headquartered in Cambridge and a subsidiary of Eppendorf AG, Hamburg, Germany. With over 2,600 employees on four continents, Eppendorf AG is a leading global supplier of systems and research tools for the biotechnology industry. The company achieved a turnover of £422m (€484m) in 2010 and operating profits (EBIT) of £81.7m (€93.6m).