A Centrifuge Machine is a lab tool that uses centrifugal force to separate liquid or mixture components according to their densities. It operates by rapidly spinning a sample, which moves heavier components to the bottom and lighter components to the top. It is available in various shapes and sizes, such as benchtop, floor-standing, and microcentrifuges. A Centrifuge Machine is frequently used to separate blood components, isolate DNA or RNA, purify proteins, and separate organelles from cells in biology, chemistry, and medicine. By enabling scientists to separate pure components from complicated mixtures, it has revolutionized numerous branches of science and technology.