Compact Microbiological Safety Cabinet Range Showcasing at Achema 2018
Mar 27 2018 Read 832 Times
At Achema Telstar will be displaying the latest version of Bio II Advance, a compact range of microbiological safety cabinets (MSC) that will optimise the usable work area in laboratories with limited space, especially in installations with low ceilings and where several piece of equipment need to be used in the same area. Equipped to achieve maximum efficiency, this new range of MSC integrates energy saving EC fans and an automatic airflow velocity control system which ensures advanced protection levels and offers optimum sound levels, besides being fitted with LED illumination providing low energy consumption.
Intended for the laminar flow manipulation of microorganisms with biological risk levels 2 and 3, the innovative cabinet design offers a 20% smaller body than the market average whilst maintaining standard workspace. With dimensions of 759 mm in width and 1260 mm in height, the Bio II Advance Plus provides a working volume of 340 dm3. Bio II Advance Plus is designed in compliance with the European standards EN 12469 and certified by TÜV-Nord
During Achema, Telstar will display Boreas, a new -86º ultra-low-temperature freezer designed to increase average performance by 20%. An innovative mechanical design enhances robustness and efficiency as well as ensuring the integrity of the cold preservation process. Equipped with vacuum panels VIP, the freezer guarantees the highest level of thermal insulation and guarantee a temperature of -80ºC under an ambient up to +28ºC. Unlike standard freezers designed with panels based on polyurethane foam, a thinner inner insulation provides Boreas with an enlarged storage capacity of up to 30%. Boreas uses 100% pure natural refrigerant gases to contribute to environment preservation. Particularly designed for use in GMP facilities, the ecological ultra-low-freezers line has been developed using Telstar’s in-house cold storage technology.
Visit Telstar in Hall 4.1, Stand H36 at Achema 2018.
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