The Dr. PRP device allows you to create platelet-rich plasma (PRP) at the concentration that you need. This creation process begins with a blood sample and a centrifuge.
Centrifuges spin a sample of the patient’s blood to separate the components: the PRP, the RBC (red blood cells), and the plasma. And from their size to what they can hold, there are many types of centrifuge machines on the market.
It’s all about finding the machine that works for you. Check out our catalog today!
Some swinging-out centrifuges are compatible with the Dr. PRP kit, such as BioMet, EmCyte, Harvest, and ELMI centrifuges.
You’ll need a centrifuge that has an adapter to hold the Dr. PRP safely. Thankfully, we offer adapters for these Harvest, EmCyte, and BioMet centrifuges.
If you are interested in learning more, email us the model number and a picture of the inside of your centrifuge to [email protected].
To use the Dr. PRP kit, you’ll require a high-speed lab centrifuge, one that can rotate at 3,400 rpm for 4 minutes, and then 3,500 rpm for 2 minutes.
The centrifuges we sell reach these speeds, and each has unique specifications and benefits.
We also sell lab carts for the PRP centrifuges.
Also known as the CM-7S, this FDA-registered device contains the patented SkySpin™ motor controller and Sensorless Accu-Logic architecture.
The specifications of this slim and durable design are as follows:
With a transparent lid, this is a compact, variable-speed benchtop, and a swing-out centrifuge that’s great for clinical use.
Soundless and non-heating, the CM-7S utilizes an LCD with adjustable sound and brightness. Along with easily accessible “Open” and “Start/Stop” buttons, you can also adjust the balance and speed.
CM-7S is safe in refrigerator temperatures. Other safety features include:
We also offer the CM-6T centrifuge rotor.
This horizontal centrifuge is programmable, meaning that you can customize your PRP-creating process. Don’t let its bulky size fool you either – the machine is both quick and operates quietly.
Here’s what to expect when you order one:
The centrifuge is multipurpose. It is designed for general cell/tissue processing, PRP, PPP, serology, cytology, STAT, coagulation, urinalysis, and clinical chemistry. It also: