Optima MAX-TL

Reach the speeds you need for your separation demands with this compact, quiet and highly efficient tabletop ultracentrifuge.

Packed with advanced technology yet simple to operate, the Optima MAX-TL runs on multi-lingual software offering labs around the world greater efficiency and confidence in results. For added versatility, the MAX-TL ultracentrifuge is compatible with the existing Beckman Coulter TL-Series rotors and labware.


Designed to ensure optimal performance and safety, this ultracentrifuge features a multi-level approach to biosafety, a color LCD touchscreen for quick setup and execution, and multilingual software available in 9 languages

System Design

  • Designed as a total system for better efficiency
  • Rotors and labware have been manufactured and tested based on unique characteristics
  • Interplay of dynamics to ensure optimal performance and safety

Enhanced Safety

  • Fits in standard biosafety hoods
  • BioSafe optional dual PALL® Pharmaceutical Grade Sterilizing filters

Energy Efficient

  • Optional pharmaceutical grade sterilizing filter offers multi-layered approach
  • BioSafetyFully compatible with existing TL-series rotors and labware

User-Friendly, Multilingual Interface 

  • Full color LCD touchscreen display 
  • Allows for large icons for easy selection
  • Touchscreen works with many glove types
  • 9 different languages available for the intuitive interface (most in industry)

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Optima Series Tabletop Rotors Optima tabletop rotor selection guide.
Extraordinary Results Begin with Superior Labware With total-system design in mind from the start, Beckman Coulter designs our ultracentrifuge Labware to complement our Optima Series ultracentrifuges, optimizing performance, ease of use, and safety.
Field Rotor Inspection Program Protect Your Investment Beckman Coulter offers the widest range of rotors and accessories designed, manufactured and tested as a part of total centrifuge systems.
The Basics and Vision of Exosome Research Authors: Dr. Takahiro Ochiya and Dr. Yusuke Yoshioka | Published 2016
Exosome Subclass Analysis Authors: Dr. Kiyotaka Shiba, Dr. Satoshi Yamamoto and Dr. Kazuya Iwai | Tokyo Japan

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