In activities related to testing and ensuring the quality of water and soil, laboratory centrifuges are used for mechanical separation, which allows heavy or light substances to be separated from water due to density differences. High relative centrifugal forces enable the analysis of wastewater suspensions with very fine suspended particles, which are difficult to filter, or searching for macromolecules. Other applications include oil separation or sludge dewatering for subsequent residue analysis. The ideal centrifuge combines high relative centrifugal force with large load capacity.
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