Whether for use in research or general laboratory applications, the performance and build quality of the Priorclave QCS range of front loading autoclaves has made it a global success.
Due to its popularity, the company will be highlighting its smallest steam steriliser from the range at next month’s Medlab exhibition in Dubai.
Taking place from 5 February to 8 February 2018, visitors to stand Z1 – C58 will have the opportunity to examine first-hand the superior build quality of the Priorclave QCS EH100, a 100l laboratory autoclave.
With a chamber diameter larger than most, the Priorclave QCS EH100 brings increased versatility, proving a facility to steriliser both small and taller-than-usual items. It can often save the lab manager from investing in larger, heavier and more costly rectangular autoclaves.
The system features a powerful TACTROL® controller that provides one-touch control for easy adjustment of sterilising temperature and time. Cycles and fully featured multi-programme operation also include printed records. This powerful microprocessor controller gives unrivalled flexibility and monitoring.
For a busy working environment, automating the sterilising process and with features to assist in autoclave management, TACTROL enables other tasks to be undertaken securely in the knowledge that sterilisation is proceeding safely and efficiently.
Introducing a Priorclave QCS model to any laboratory will enable it to improve throughput brought about by the increased loading capacity and performance, as well benefit from lower overall running costs. It should appeal to lab managers in diverse industrial sectors such as food, drink, dairy, pharmaceutical, agricultural, education, healthcare and numerous research and educational institutes within the public sector.
The Medlab exhibition gives Priorclave the ideal opportunity to showcase not only the EH100 front loading steriliser but show its full range, which includes benchtop, top and front loading free-standing, double-door, stackable and power-door autoclaves.
Models from these energy-efficient research and laboratory autoclaves have gained a global presence, delivering durable and reliable sterilising performance around the word.