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Energy saving autoclave range introduced

Low loading height, wide door swing, advanced programming for simple to complex sterilising tasks, effective use of power and water are just a few of the user benefits from the Priorclave QCS range of research-grade laboratory autoclaves.

Designed and manufactured by British autoclave specialist Priorclave, the QCS range of research-grade laboratory autoclaves offers sterilising chambers up to 200 litres. A big plus factor is the larger diameter sterilising chambers, larger than that found in most cylindrical chamber designs yet Priorclave has been able to achieve a compact overall build. It has kept the footprint to an absolute minimum. This enables organisation with limited floor space the opportunity to invest in a fully featured laboratory autoclave and take advantage of their potential for savings on energy and water usage, key for those where stringent budgetary control is essential.

The very latest models in the QCS front-loading autoclave range incorporate new advanced technology including the very latest version of the Priorclave TACTROL 3 controller. The new user interface features a high-resolution digital display screen and offers a more streamlined approach to programming the sterilising settings.

Models can also be equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity through Bee Live. This gives the sterilisers immediate connectivity to a variety of Wi-Fi-enabled devices such as Smart phones, tablets, iPads and laptops. Laboratory staff now have an opportunity to monitor sterilising parameters remotely during the processing cycle. Bee Live also allows authorised personnel a facility to alter, re-set programmed parameters and provide diagnostics for servicing.

The Priorclave QCS range brings together benefits of energy efficiency and proven reliability, satisfying demand across many sectors including healthcare as well as numerous research and educational institutes within the public sector where stringent budgetary control is essential.

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