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Precautions while using Centrifuge

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Centrifuge Safety

Centrifuges can create aerosols and this must be considered with each use. The necessary precautions taken will depend upon what is being used. If hazardous materials such as carcinogens, highly toxic, or infectious agents will be placed in a centrifuge, then precautions must be taken to prevent an exposure of lab personnel to aerosols or liquids.


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Lids
Do not bump jar or move the centrifuge while the rotor is spinning
Centrifuging infectious materials or human samples
Centrifuge rotors
The work surface must be level and firm
Centrifuge tubes
Proper Use of Centrifuges
Wear a face shield and or safety goggles
Do not open the lid while the rotor is moving
Maintenance
A ThermoFisher laboratory bench top centrifuge
Protective inner safety lid
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