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Priorclave Energy Efficient Autoclaves at Medica
Nov 09 2017 Read 1137 Times
Models from the popular Priorclave range of front loading autoclaves will be highlighted in Hall 3A – stand D06-6 at this year’s Medica * exhibition in Dusseldorf. The exhibition gives this British autoclave manufacturer Priorclave the opportunity to showcase these of energy efficient laboratory and research grade autoclaves and research steriliser that have gained a global presence.
With total control over the design and manufacture of these durable steam sterilisers, Priorclave is able to produce front-loading autoclaves that match a customer’s unique requirements in chamber sizes up to 400 litre including double-door versions.
Built to International Standards, the QCS autoclave range feature epoxy coated panels and frame, treated with an anti-bacterial agent which is highly effective against all bacteria and fungi including MRSA, E.coli, Listeria, Legionella, Campylobacter, Salmonella and Pseudomonas, helping to preventing cross contamination within the laboratory.
One touch controls allow for easy adjustment of sterilising temperature and time for simple cycles to fully featured multi-programme operation. In addition a log, the advanced microprocessor systems stores detail of the sterilising cycle, data such as temperature, pressure and time is held in an archive file.
This range of research and laboratory autoclaves should appeal to lab managers looking for a highly reliable, energy-efficient steriliser that can provide an extremely low-cost of ownership throughout its life cycle.
From its own UK design and manufacturing centre, Priorclave ships around the world, this global brand supported fully by a dedicated support and service team.
* MEDICA - Dusseldorf, Germany – 13th - 16th November 2017
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