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Rapid Cycling for Intelligent Autoclaving
The Systec-D range from Don Whitley Scientific represents a new generation of bench top autoclaves that brings together reduced cycle times, innovative design, and 'intelligent' software to meet the requirements of today's laboratory.
By improving temperature and pressure regulation within the chamber, the heating phase is up to 50% faster due to the advanced system and process technology. Spray cooling is one of a number of options available to significantly reduce cooling times, by up to 90% compared with conventional autoclaves.
Better to look at, easier to use, safer, more precise and more reproducible than other autoclaves, the Systec-D models can also be fully validated to ensure regulatory compliance. Controlled by sophisticated software, all models offer a choice of 12 sterilisation programmes and an optional printer provides a detailed record of all essential parameters. Validation information can also be downloaded to a PC, and windows compatible software is available for comprehensive data manipulation and diagnostic protocols.
For maximum versatility, the range includes four compact autoclaves with chamber capacities varying from 65 to 150 litres. Front opening and easy to access, they are designed to ensure optimal loading and incorporate a wealth of sophisticated features for improved operation and performance.
With enhanced safety features, the new models are the first of their kind to be designed for higher pressures and the standard chamber can be safely used at 5 bar/150°C, making it suitable for prion work. An innovative steam generation system ensures faster and more controlled heating and a range of cooling options are available to further reduce the cycle times.
Don Whitley Scientific has UKAS laboratory accreditation and BS EN ISO 9001:2000 approval, and can provide calibration and validation services for all autoclaves.
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