The UNIVERSAL 320 centrifuge is a small, versatile, and indispensable general-purpose centrifuge. The UNIVERSAL 320 can perform virtually any centrifuging task, including plates, blood tubes, cell culture, and microliters, thanks to its excellent performance and extensive accessory range. It can also be used as a cytology centrifuge.

There is a refrigerated version of this model (UNIVERSAL 320 R) that has a temperature range of -20 °C to +40 °C.

Maximum functionality in a small package.

With or without temperature control, the UNIVERSAL 320 takes up little bench space, measuring 395 mm (15.5 inches) wide.

The UNIVERSAL 320 centrifuge offers true all-in-one capability by spinning a variety of standard tubes, plates, cytology clips, and bottles (up to 200 ml).

High versatility with a small footprint makes it a great option for many laboratories.

Remove the need to buy an expensive cytocentrifuge.

The UNIVERSAL 320 can be used for a variety of tasks, including cytology centrifuge, which saves you money and bench space. Hettich’s 12-place Clip Rotor can spin 0.2 to 6 ml single, double, or large funnel formats with optional bio-containment, obviating the need for an expensive dedicated cytocentrifuge.

Facilities Where 320 Centrifuge Is Used

The universal 320 centrifuge is commonly used in facilities such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Small labs
  • Cell Culture labs
  • Veterinary labs
  • Physicians office lab (POL)
  • Food analyzing labs
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Research labs in universities

It is named UNIVERSAL for a good reason. Because of their superior performance and extensive accessory selection, it can handle virtually any centrifuging task.

The UNIVERSAL 320 and 320 R process standard tubes with volumes up to 100 ml, microtitre plates, conical tubes with screw caps, blood collection tubes, and cyto accessories at low speeds. RCF of 21,382 can be achieved with microlitre tubes. The extraordinary motor power of the UNIVERSAL 320 / 320 R also benefits centrifuge tubes with larger volumes (up to 85 ml). Bacteria and yeast segregate quickly and easily at an RCF of 9,509.