AVANTI J-14.50 FIXED-ANGLE ROTOR
THE AVANTI SERIES ROTORS ADVANTAGE
With the Avanti JA-14.50 rotor, you can spin a range of tubes at their maximum speeds in our high-performance centrifuges. Take advantage of Beckman Coulter Life Science’s many innovations in centrifugation and rotor technology and start benefitting today.
Fast and Flexible
The difference is in the design. The Avanti JA-14.50 rotor with 16-place capacity gives you the flexibility to run a range of conical tubes and labware. They also provide shorter path lengths that, when combined with high speeds, produce a lower k-Factor to shorten run times.
Avanti Series rotors include a selection of BioCertified* fixed-angle and swinging bucket rotors, ranging in capacity from 360 mL to 6 L, all independently certified to contain liquids and aerosols. An important measure of safety in any protocol, BioCertification is especially beneficial when working with viruses and other pathogenic samples.
Each rotor has a unique ID that is tracked using magnetic sensors, ensuring that no individual rotor exceeds the maximum speed permitted and sample temperature is accurately maintained.
JA-14.50 FIXED-ANGLE ROTOR FEATURES :
• Highest g-force 50 mL FA rotor
• Capable of spinning 50, 15, 10, 5 and 1.5 mL tubes at their maximum speeds
• Most efficient 50 mL FA rotor
• 16 cavities for maximum throughput
• Lightweight aluminum alloy with anodized coating
• Ergonomically friendly, integrated handgrip
• Hub placement marks to help in setting rotor on hub
Part No. (Dual-locking lid) B19955
Part No. (Single-locking lid) B19956
No. Tubes x Volume (mL) 16x50
Max Tube Size (mm) 30x115
Max Speed (rpm) 14,000
Max Force (xg) 35,000
Rotor Capacity (mL) 800
• Pelleting ammonium sulfate precipitation
• Sucrose/glycerol gradient
• Centrifugal filtration 1–50 mL
• Clearing debris and large particles
• Pelleting alcohol precipitation
• Pelleting bacteria
• Pelleting mammalian cells
• Density gradient separation
• PEG precipitates
• Plasma protein precipitation
BECKMAN COULTER ROTOR Selection Guide