Model CC40 is created expressly to purify large-volume corpuscle samples such as vaccines.
The CC40 has a maximum speed of 40,000 rpm and an RCF of up to 118,000 x g to support a wide variety of separation and density gradient centrifugation applications.
The drive system uses a high-frequency induction motor that eliminates the need for a separate air turbine compressor resulting among others also in reduced operating noise to 68 dB at 40,000 rpm.
The CC40 system includes automatic microcomputer digital control which simplifies operation. The unit also provides a digital display of rotor speed, time, temperature and vacuum state.
High reliability and automatic error detection enable unattended operation. If the power fails, a backup system automatically maintains oil flow to the motor bearings.
The CC40 has a self-diagnosis function that generates an alarm and error code to indicate the area of the abnormality in case of operational error.
The CC40 complies with all relevant standards, including the European Community standards for acoustic and electronic noise emission and/or immunity and carries the CE mark.
Model CC40 is used for processing of viscous samples at higher flow rates in combination with C40CT2/C40CT4 Titanium Rotors and Noryl/Titanium Cores (H).
Large-scale continuous flow ultracentrifugation unit, Model CC40 (manufactured in 2003; Ser. No.: 530029) was used from 2008 to 2009 for testing purposes only.
Ultracentrifugation unit was serviced on regular basis by properly trained staff.
The device has been uninstalled and boxed into four boxes:
BOX1: Control Unit (width x length x height) 1050 x 940 x 1710 MM, 300kg
BOX2: Lift (width x length x height) 3140 x 760 x 1000 MM, 230kg
BOX3: Main Unit / Shield (width x length x height) 1790 x 790 x 1870 MM, 700kg
BOX4: Motor and Lift piece (width x length x height) 1040 x 1170 x 900 MM, 200kg