The Only Government-wide Forum for Technology Transfer. Leveraging Federal Technology Assets as Your Own Presented at: American Filtration & Separations Society Annual Meeting Valley Forge, PA May 21, 2008.
The Only Government-wide Forum for Technology Transfer
Leveraging Federal Technology Assets as Your Own
American Filtration & Separations Society Annual Meeting
Valley Forge, PA May 21, 2008
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This invention relates to a handheld, hand-powered centrifuge device. The device preferably includes a centrifuge body and a sample-holding member connected to a tether. The device centrifuges the sample by a user physically spinning the member preferably in a vertical arc. The device preferably includes a pull handle which allows a user to shorten the length of the tether to reduce the circumference of the arc, thereby increasing the speed of rotation and centrifugal force on the sample. The device also preferable includes a brake to prevent the member from contacting the handheld centrifuge body. The centrifuge body may have a storage cavity for storing the pull handle when not in use, wherein the member serves to seal the storage cavity when not in use.
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