New State-of-the-Art Autoclave Announced
Mar 12 2018 Read 291 Times
Prestige Medical has launched its state-of-the-art autoclave, Advance Pro.
The Lancashire based company, an expert in the development and manufacture of sterilisation equipment, has now added Advance Pro to its extensive portfolio, which also includes the Anima, Visage, PodiaClave+ and Classic range of autoclaves.
The new Advance Pro features the innovative FlexiRack system, a first within the industry, this unique aluminium rack can support 12 individual rails and can be arranged into 20 different configurations.
Another highlight of FlexiRack is the ground-breaking Heat Transfer System, designed and developed to take full advantage of the high performance thermal conductivity properties of aluminium.
John Potter, Managing Director, Prestige Medical said: “For more than 25 years Prestige Medical has been respected as a leader in the development and manufacture of sterilisation and disinfection equipment.
“With infection control regulations becoming increasingly more stringent, a new breed of equipment is required that is capable of meeting these challenges and with Advance Pro as part of our new generation of integrated decontamination solutions, we are able to take infection control to even greater levels.”
The class B steriliser, which includes non-vacuum cycles for maximum flexibility is available with either a 16 or 22 litre capacity chamber and its compact style is ideal for work tops where space is limited.
Further enhancements include easy to use push button operation, backlit LCD display and pressure die cast door, with stainless steel reinforced Teflon coating, and easy change gasket system.
The Advance Pro is designed and made in the UK by Prestige Medical and is part of a programme of continuous development and innovation. The company is committed to a plan of ongoing investment to enable it to bring a range of new products and services to its customers.
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