As any scientist or researcher knows, maintaining laboratory equipment is crucial for both safety and accuracy. This is especially true when it comes to centrifuges, which play a vital role in separating substances of different densities.

Centrifuges with swing-out rotors require regular greasing of the pins that carry the buckets, but Sigma has recently upgraded their centrifuges with an innovative solution called Comfort Coating.

With Comfort Coating, Sigma centrifuges no longer need to be greased on a regular basis. The rotor and buckets will work together seamlessly for several years, even in standard lab applications. The coating is designed to be long-lasting and provide high product safety and superior separation results, all while keeping the centrifuge chamber clean.

The benefits of Comfort Coating are numerous. First and foremost, it eliminates the need for regular greasing, which can be a time-consuming and messy process. Without the need for greasing, scientists and researchers can spend more time on their experiments and less time on equipment maintenance.

Additionally, Comfort Coating ensures safe operation and prevents imbalances that can occur when buckets don't swing out properly. This is crucial for accurate separation results and for preventing accidents in the lab.

The lifespan of Comfort Coating can vary depending on the intensity of use, but it can last up to 5 years for typical applications in standard labs. This makes it a cost-effective and efficient solution for any lab that uses centrifuges.

Comfort Coating is a testament to Sigma's commitment to innovation and excellence in laboratory equipment. By continuously improving their products, Sigma is helping scientists and researchers to perform their work with greater accuracy and efficiency.

If you're looking for a centrifuge that is safe, efficient, and easy to maintain, consider one with Comfort Coating from Sigma. With its innovative design, you can trust that your centrifuge will provide accurate results and reliable performance for years to come.