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BOECO Centrifuge SC-6

The BOECO SC-6 is a small centrifuge with a swing-out rotor especially designed for use in clinical laboratories and medical practices.
It accepts common blood or urine tubes up to a volume of 15 ml and accelerates them to a maximum speed of 4,000 rpm--1

The BOECO SC-6 delivers optimal separation results and a horizontal layer of the separating gel that is identical to that achieved with a large centrifuge. Samples are therefore optimally prepared for analysis.

Controls and displays

  • During centrifugation the actual values of the parameters are indicated
  • The centrifuge’s different applications.
  • Speed display in RPM x 100, input in steps of 100
  • Time t/min: 1 - 99 min, continuous operation
  • Pulse key: For short centrifugation operations
  • Open lid key


  • Lid locking and holding device
  • Centrifuge chamber of stainless steel
  • Emergency lid lock release
  • Lid closure of metal
  • Imbalance switch-off
  • Flexible motor bearings


  • Smooth plastic housing,
  • easy to clean
  • Metal lid
  • Stainless steel centrifuging chamber, deep-drawn and seamless

The SC-6 conforms to safety regulations such as IEC 61010, or the CE mark and all relevant EC standards and DIN norms and has been manu-factured under ISO 9001:2008

Technical details
Max RPM (speed) / RCF:4,000 rpm / 2.254 RCF
Noise level:£ 50 dB(A)
Dimensions in mm (HxWxD):239 x 326 x 389
Net weight:approx 13 kg
Emission / Immunity:EN / IEC 61326-1, class B / FCC class B
BOE 02300-13BOECO centrifuge SC-6, 200-240V, 50/60 Hz, complete with 6-place swing-out rotor and carrieres 02331 and 02333 (6 of each)
BOE 02300-12BOECO centrifuge SC-6, 100-127V, 50/60 Hz, complete with 6-place swing-out rotor and carrieres 02331 and 02333 (6 of each)

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