Covering low and high speed, ventilated and refrigerated, small and large capacity, bench top and floor standing models supported by and incredible array of accessories that provide flexibility and versatility.
When the Dutch physicist Christiaan Huygens coined for the first time the term “centrifugal force” in his DeVi Centrifuga published in 1659 he could not imagine what an innovation he brought into the scientific world. Lot of time has passed since then with a succession of discoveries and improvements such as the Nobel Prize awarded to Theodore Svedberg for the invention of the ultracentrifuge (some 900.000 xg!) in 1926 or the first floor standing unit with refrigeration introduced by Ivan Sorvall in 1955. It is even thanks to those pioneers that nowadays laboratory centrifuges are crucial instruments in countless applications from genetic engineering to hematology, from drug discovery to pathology, from marine science to agriculture, and you name it.
3 compact units designed to offer maximum performance
3 compact, robust and versatile low-speed models
3 multi-purpose, large capacity, either bench top and floor-standing, centrifuges
5 high-speed and versatile centrifuges that share rotors, buckets and accessories
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3 compact units designed to offer maximum performance in a small footprint for every workstation up to 27.237 xg, either refrigerated and ventilated, carrying popular microtubes.
3 multi-purpose, large capacity, either bench top and floor-standing, centrifuges including the top-of-the-range model that can process samples up to 54.111 xg.
Max capacity 4x750 mL or 8 x 400 mL blood bags swing out and 6x500 mL fixed angle.
3 compact, robust and versatile low-speed models, either ventilated and refrigerated, well suited for routine work reaching up to 3960 xg.
Max capacity 4x100 mL and 6x50 mL fixed angle.
5 high-speed and versatile centrifuges that share rotors, buckets and accessories so as to offer a cost-efficient solution and save precious bench space. Speed ranges from 12.000 to 15.000 rpm generating rcf values from 16.582 to 25.910.
Max capacity 4x750 mL swing out and 6x250 mL fixed angle.
Cooling down to 4℃ from room temperature within only 5 minutes saves time
Errors avoided and protocols maintained
Safety and convenience
Automatic rotor identification for safe operation
Speed and safety
Extreme flexibility and investment reduction
Ideal for multi-user labs
Easy detection of g-value delivered to samples means quality
A solution for any budget
At Kovalent we strive to establish and develop long-term partnerships with our customers. When we use the word “partnership” we mean that Kovalent becomes an integral part of our customers’ projects, where we are expected to fully understand their application needs. We aim to make Kovalent our customers’ first and natural choice, and this ambition permeates our entire organisation from initial contact to finished and delivered product.
Genetec is a member of the same family of companies as Kovalent. Both companies share the same set of values and are in many ways integrated with each other. The main difference between the two companies are their products. Kovalent is involved in system solutions including instrumentation and Genetec is mainly working with consumables. The focus of Genetec is chromatography accessories. You are welcome to visit their state of the art web shop: genetec.se