The Hettich™ Rotanta® 460RS centrifuge is an incredible workhorse for any laboratory.
With probably the largest selection of different rotor configurations in the industry it is sturdy,
built to last with heavy-duty steel construction. Looking for high speed and capacity?
The 460RS spins with the right rotor up to 15000rpm/24400rcf. (Ours are equipped with 4
microtiter buckets with a 750mL capacity and 4800rpm speed— other configurations available
This centrifuge has a very user-friendly control panel, with a multitude of different user programs.
The machine includes temperature control from -20°C to 40°C, timer from 0-999 minutes, ramp up
and down settings, automatic rotor detection and powered lid lock feature. Frequency controlled drive, automatic imbalance shutdown, overheating shutdowns for motor and chamber, Stainless steel chamber.
Runs on 120VAC, 60hz, 2000VA consumption. FCC Class A. Dimensions are 453mmX770mmX707mm @ 134kg.
The power plug on these is a three-prong HVAC plug (see pictures) We changed one to a 20A regular plug to test these machines, and it works fine. We do advise the customer to do the same and have a dedicated 20A wall plug-in. These will trip a 15A home circuit. These are not convertible to 220 VAC and require UPS units with 120VAC plug-ins for overseas use.
We bought these units from a major biotech/pharma company just recently. We have tested them and they perform as they should, spinning up to 4800rpm (with existing rotor) and cooling to -20°C with no problem. At the time of publishing this ad we have 7 operational machines and another 7 being repaired by our technician. So parts (plate bucket rotors, motors, compressors are available too) Because we were offered these machines at a good price we are able to sell them for the price you see here which is about 1/4 what you would pay for a used operational unit. The cost of these new is around 20k, so by buying from us your lab can save a ton of money. Want more than one? We are open to offers!
Due to the size and weight of this unit we have to crate them for shipping. There will be an extra fee of $250 for crating. If you have any questions or would like a shipping quote please drop us a line here. We’d be happy to help.