FVL-2400N Combi-Spin, Mini-Centrifuge/Vortex


The FVL-2400N Combi–Spin provides simultaneous mixing and separation of samples, using centrifuge and mixing modules, located together on a common spin–module.

Features :

  • Compact and cost effective
  • Fixed rotating speed : 3,500 rpm / 700 x g
  • Including rotor for 12 x 1.5 ml microtest tubes and rotor for 12 x 0.5 ml and 12 x 0.2 ml microtest tubes
  • Continuous and impulse operation modes

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The model range of centrifuges-vortexes is designed with the ability to shake and separate samples in one device. Combi-Spin FVL-2400N is equipped with centrifugation and vortexing modules on a common spin-module. The spin-mix-spin technology (SMS technology) is designed to collect (or reset) micro quantitive volumes of reagents to the bottom of the tube (the first centrifugation or spin), then vortexing (mix) and re-collecting reagents (repeated spin) from the walls and cap of a micro-tube. This repetitive algorithm of operations, aimed at reducing sample preparation errors (e.g. for PCR analysis), is called the SMS algorithm. The patented algorithm was inventedby the doctor of biology V. Bankovsky.

The FVL-2400N is ideal for the treatment of small amounts of liquid:

  • precipitation
  • vortexing micro-quantities of mixture in Eppendorf tubes with enzyme reactions before thermal incubation
  • cooling thermostats such as dry-block, thermal cyclers, etc.

It saves working space in laminar and PCR boxes by combining 2 instruments in one and is provided with protection mechanism that stops the rotor motion when the lid is opened.


Rotation speed (fixed)
3,500 rpm
Relative centripetal force (RCF)700 x g
Tube vortexing1 individually
SafetyProtective lid and autostop
Time to run a Spin-Mix-Spin cycle60 sec
Dimensions (W x D x H)19.0 x 23.5 x 12.5 cm
Weight1.7 kg
Power consumption25W (0.1A) / 30W (0.27A)
Voltage230V - 50/60 Hz


  • Reproducible vortexing of samples in test tubes
  • Centrifugation of samples
  • Reproducible realization of spin-mix-spin cycles
  • Sample preparation before enzymatic reactions
  • Collection of micro quantities of samples before PCR reactions
  • Permeabilization of cells with chelating or hydrophobic substances for in situ reactions
  • Testing of difficultly soluble components
  • Washing of cells from culture medium after fermentation
  • Preparation of samples before immersion in gel for electrophoresis
  • Utilizing magnetic particles with different coatings