State-of-the-Art Technology for Sterilisation without a Flame
Dec 18 2012
For sterilising inoculating loops, tweezers or small instruments within seconds.
The perfect solution where an open flame is to be avoided, gas cartridges or a central gas supply is not available.
The schuett solaris is used with standard electrical power. The device reaches the safe working temperature of 900 – 1.300°C within the split of a second.
Easy handling and efficient working is guaranteed by using the comfortable IR sensor and integrated timer. The steriliser detects the approaching inoculating loop by means of a contact-free sensor and automatically starts the reproducible sterilisation cycle for 5 or 7 seconds.
A quartz tube serves as the sterilisation chamber. It keeps pathogenic material from spreading and can easily be removed for cleaning.
The schuett solaris is robust and sturdy, therefore well qualified for service in the demanding environment of field-use.
Benefit from sustainability: the schuett solaris is always ready for operation, no waste of time energy during preheating, no energy consumption between the work cycles.
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