CENTRIFUGE, haematocrit, electrical (Hettich Haematokrit200)


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CENTRIFUGE, haematocrit, electrical


Rapid rotating system used to centrifuge haematocrit capillary tubes.

The model Haematokrit 200 replaces the Haematokrit 210.


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Quality standards

  • EN IEC 61010-2-020, 2017, edition 3, Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use - Part 2-020: Particular requirements for laboratory centrifuges
  • EN 12547, 2014, Centrifuges - Common safety requirements

Technical specifications

  • Fixed speed: ± 13,000 rpm
  • Maximum RCF (Relative Centrifugal Force): 16,060 x g
  • 1 to 99 minutes timer with 1 min intervals
  • Haematocrit rotor for 24 capillary tubes of 75 mm
  • Lid locking
  • Power supply mains AC
    • Voltage: 220 V, frequency 50-60 Hz
    • Consumption: 250 VA
  • Supplied with 2 spare fuses


  • H x W x D: 247 x 275 x 330 mm
  • Weight: approx. 10 kg

Instructions for use

Please consult the “Updated laboratory procedures, 2022” available online via the Laboratory working Group sharepoint page: Laboratory Procedures and Resources.


For offline access, contact your laboratory advisor.

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Precautions for Use

Secure all electrical devices in the laboratory‌ with a UPS double conversion (see related articles below). To define the best sizing of the UPS, contact your biomedical or energy referent.


Carbons and fuses (ref: E997) must be replaced as required.

MSF requirements

Basic model.

Essential in a trypanosomiasis laboratory.

Can also be used for determining haematocrit in emergency and in surgical programmes.

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