Expert Autoclave Buying Guide from Priorclave at Arab Health

How to choose your autoclaveThroughout the Arab Health/Medlab 2013 exhibition British experts from leading autoclave manufacturer Priorclave will be on stand RD49 in the Sheikh Rashid Hall to provide advice on what to look for when buying steam sterilisers and how best to match it to specific requirements.

To illustrate the many possibilities, the company will have on its stand RD49 a selection of top and front loading machines, many from its more compact formats including the Compact C60 and the EV100, both top loading sterilisers and the larger capacity EH150 front-loading autoclave. This particular model, a highly specified machine and noted for a chamber design offering 20% more loading area than conventional models of similar size, is always a successful contender for export orders.

All steam sterilisers on show feature TACTROL 2, an advanced microprocessor control system providing easy set-up of autoclaving parameters such as temperature and time and with staged illumination display of cycle status.

The smallest autoclave on stand RD49 will be the compact C60 steriliser which has one of the smallest footprints of 472 x 790mm, a height of 900mm and a 350mm diameter chamber creating a full chamber capacity of 60 litres. Among its many features are cooling and automatic timed freesteaming, these features making the C60 so attractive for laboratories where bench space is limited since they contribute to a faster overall sterilising operation and hence enable higher daily throughputs.

Also featured on the Priorclave stand will be one of the company's most popular top-loading Priorclaves, the EV100, a 100 litre top-loading electrically heated autoclave.

Models being shown at Arab Health / Medlab on the Priorclave stand RD49 in the Sheikh Rashid Hall give an insight of the highest level of autoclave design and functionality that potential buyers should be seeking. These versatile steam sterilisers cater for low-volume, periodic sterilising requirements through to higher volume yields.

Where standard configurations just will not do, the British design and manufacturing experience of Priorclave enables them to tailor a machine build to satisfy virtually any laboratory sterilising requirement.

All steam sterilisers on show feature TACTROL 2, an advanced microprocessor control system providing easy set-up of autoclaving parameters such as temperature and time and with staged illumination display of cycle status.

The smallest autoclave on stand RD49 will be the compact C60 steriliser which has one of the smallest footprints of 472 x 790mm, a height of 900mm and a 350mm diameter chamber creating a full chamber capacity of 60 litres. Among its many features are cooling and automatic timed freesteaming, these features making the C60 so attractive for laboratories where bench space is limited since they contribute to a faster overall sterilising operation and hence enable higher daily throughputs.

Also featured on the Priorclave stand will be one of the company's most popular top-loading Priorclaves, the EV100, a 100 litre top-loading electrically heated autoclave.

Models being shown at Arab Health / Medlab on the Priorclave stand RD49 in the Sheikh Rashid Hall give an insight of the highest level of autoclave design and functionality that potential buyers should be seeking. These versatile steam sterilisers cater for low-volume, periodic sterilising requirements through to higher volume yields.

Where standard configurations just will not do, the British design and manufacturing experience of Priorclave enables them to tailor a machine build to satisfy virtually any laboratory sterilising requirement.

 


     
Tags: Autoclaves

Date Published: December 21, 2012

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Priorclave Ltd.

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United Kingdom

Email: sales@priorclave.co.uk

Tel: +[44] 208 316 6620


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