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I am not sure how to calculate relative centrifugal force (RCF) for a fixed-head centrifuge; but if these assumptions were correct, it would have an RCF of 4,607g.
Ideal for clinical biology, these centrifuges have a high capacity swing-out rotor (4 x 290 mL);, are equipped with a quiet, brushless induction motor; and operate at up to 14,000 rpm with a relative centrifugal force of 18,407 x g The patented Auto-Lock rapid rotor exchange system makes the B4i and C3i multifunction centrifuges truly versatile by minimizing set up time--rotors can be exchanged in less than five seconds Thermo Electron Corporation, Woburn, MA 01801.
MicroSpin is an automated microplate centrifuge that can achieve a relative centrifugal force (RCF) of 6000 x g, which offers capabilities for new research applications and more difficult separations.
They further recommend that the time of centrifugation should be five minutes, and the speed should be a relative centrifugal force (RCF) of 400g.