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Examine Priorclave's Latest Autoclave Functionality at ACHEMA
Horizontal cylindrical chamber autoclaves manufactured by Priorclave are among the most energy efficient laboratory autoclaves currently available.
Such is their potential for savings on energy and water usage the Priorclave QCS range of research autoclaves is also much in demand by Universities where stringent budgetary control is essential.
On stand E41, Hall 4.2 at the forthcoming ACHEMA exhibition Priorclave will be featuring its 100 litre chamber laboratory autoclaves. Visitors to stand E41 will be able to examine first-hand a build quality that has enabled the company to establish itself as a truly global supplier of reliable and durable autoclaves. Every sale is backed by a superb pre-install and aftercare package to ensure customers’ optimise their sterilising requirements.
The Priorclave QCS EH100, a 100 litre laboratory autoclaves has a horizontal cylindrical chamber with a diameter larger than most. This brings added versatility, providing a facility to steriliser both small and taller than usual items. It can often save the lab manager from investing in a larger, heavier and more costly rectangular autoclave.
Simplicity in programming the correct sterilisation process is achieved through TACTROL®, an advanced microprocessor controller with one-touch control allowing easy adjustment of sterilising temperature and time for simple cycles to fully featured multi-programme operation and with printed records. The powerful microprocessor controller gives unrivalled flexibility and monitoring, automating the sterilising process and with features to assist in autoclave management, the powerful TACTROL® enables other tasks to be undertaken secure in the knowledge that sterilisation is proceeding safely and efficiently.
Introducing a Priorclave QCS research autoclave to any laboratory will enable it to improve throughput and reduce running costs, all brought about by the increased loading capacity and improved sterilising cycles.