New Compact, Anaerobic Workstation Offers Many Unique Features
Apr 01 2019 Read 231 Times
Don Whitley Scientific is proud to launch one of their most compact workstations yet, the Whitley A25 Workstation. The A25 is equipped with many unique features to ensure easy and efficient use and to guarantee that the very best anaerobic conditions are maintained. It has a capacity of 200 Petri dishes while still leaving more than adequate space to process samples in a strictly controlled anaerobic environment.
This workstation is equipped with instant access ports and has a built-in, rapid airlock that can accommodate 20 x 90mm Petri dishes or 3 x 500 ml Duran bottles. The airlock allows items to be transferred into the workstation atmosphere in less than 20 seconds and the doors are interlocked so cannot be opened simultaneously. Front loading and side loading letterbox entry systems are also available, providing a straightforward way to quickly introduce individual samples into the workstation. The A25 is fitted with a touch screen providing the user with an intuitive interface to control and operate the workstation.
Previously unavailable on a workstation of this size, Whitley Workstations are the only workstations to provide automatic early warnings about the status of the anaerobic atmosphere and catalyst function.
With a wide selection of options available, the A25 can fulfil the needs of any laboratory requiring a compact anaerobic workstation.
A versatile instrument, the A25 can also be used as a microaerobic workstation by simply connecting the relevant pre-mixed gas.
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