Labnet Spectrafuge 6C Compact Benchtop Centrifuge with 6-Place Rotor; 120 VAC

Representative image only.
Labnet Mfr # C0060 – Item # EW-17417-00
Small size — just 8 ½” x 9 ½” — perfect for crowded laboratories or cold room environments
  • Digital display indicates speed and time during runs
  • Included six-place rotor handles up to 15-mL tubes


$1,112.00USD / Each

$143.00USD / Each

for an additional
$143.00USD / Each
Time to recalibrate? Click on the calibration service to view details, then order.


Specifications & Description

  • Max Speed (rpm)6500
  • Max RCF x g4000
  • Variable SpeedYes
  • Speed ControlAnalog with digital display
  • Rotor Type30° Fixed-Angle
  • Rotors IncludedYes
  • Motor TypeBrushless
  • Timer Range0.5 to 30 minutes, or continuous
  • Max Capacity (mL)90
  • Tube Capacity6 x 10/15 mL-6 x 5/7 mL (with adapters)
  • Max Tube Length (mm)120
  • Max Tube Diameter (mm)17
  • Number Of Tubes6
  • Length (cm)21
  • Width (cm)24
  • Height (cm)17.8
  • Power (VAC)120
  • Power (Hz)60
  • DescriptionCompactBenchtopCentrifugewith6-PlaceRotor;120VAC


six-place rotor and power cord.

Key Features

  • Digital display indicates speed and time during runs
  • Included six-place rotor handles up to 15-mL tubes

More About this Item

This centrifuge has been designed for quick production separations as well as other research laboratory applications. The space-saving design provides reliable and consistent operation with the maintenance-free brushless motor. The six-position rotor accepts 10- or 15-mL tubes and can be easily remove for cleaning. A combination adapter set for spinning 5- or 7-mL tubes can be ordered separately.

The control panel features analog turn knobs with digital displays for time and speed. Speed setting is variable from 100 to 6500 rpm, and the timer controls operation from 30 seconds to 30 minutes, or set to "hold" for continuous operation. Lid automatically locks during operation for user safety and flashes "00" on both the speed and time displays to indicate the run is complete. Once the rotor has come to a stop, the lid knob can be pressed to unlock the lid and gain access to samples.




Do you have questions about this product?

Get answers from real customers and in-house experts with AnswerBox.

2 Questions | 2 Answers
Displaying questions 1-2
  • Q:

    Can the rotor be removed and autoclaved?
    Asked on 2/10/2016 by Peggy

    1 answer



      Yes, you can remove the rotor to autoclave.

      Answered on 2/11/2016 by Jen from Technical Support
  • Q:

    what is the g-force of this unit?
    Asked on 3/12/2014 by John from United States

    1 answer



      Max RCF x g is 4000 for this unit.

      Answered on 3/12/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
Displaying questions 1-2

Do you have a question about this product? 


Need Help with this product?

Our specialists are here to help you find the best product or part available for your application. Call or Email us and we will make sure you get the right product or part for the job.

Call Us At1-800-323-4340
Live chat