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6th August 2020 Content supplied by: INTEGRA Biosciences AG
Safe And Efficient Collection And Containment Of Biological Liquid Waste
Does your lab use vacuum aspiration? Do you find it a tedious and messy procedure? INTEGRA’s VACUSAFE aspiration system is a compact, all-in-one laboratory vacuum pump that enables safe and efficient collection and containment of biological liquid waste.
Putting safety at the heart of the lab.
The VACUSAFE aspiration system enables compliance with stringent biosafety level guidelines (BSL-1 to -3) for handling contaminated solutions. Easy to use and operate, VACUSAFE systems combine a vacuum pump, collection bottle, overflow protection, and hydrophobic filter in a single closed system. Suitable for all liquid aspiration tasks, each system includes a range of safety features to ensure total containment of biohazardous liquids, optimal protection of operators, and maximum productivity.
- Integrated pump with vacuum control
- Self-closing connectors to avoid escape of droplets or aerosols
- Liquid level sensor that detects when the bottle is full
- Air outlet connection for total containment
- Choice of hydrophobic filters: 0.45 µm (standard) or 0.2 µm (optional)
Each VACUSAFE system is supplied with the VACUBOY hand operator, a versatile aspiration tool that offers vacuum control at the touch of the button.
INTEGRA are giving you a chance to win one of 20 VACUSAFE aspiration systems for your lab, which includes:
- VACUSAFE aspiration system with integrated pump
- 4 liter bottle (polypropylene) and bottle handle
- Lid with quick tubing couplings (PVDF) and liquid level sensor
- Tubing set with filter
- VACUBOY hand operator
The competition is open to everyone – whether or not you are an existing customer – and entering is easy. All you need to do is fill out a short online questionnaire. Entries can be submitted from 1st July to 30th September 2020, and the winner will be announced shortly afterwards.
Date Published: 6th August 2020
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