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Astell Scientific Showcases Latest Autoclave Range

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 05 Feb 2018
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A front-loading, 33-liter benchtop autoclave (Photo courtesy of Astell Scientific).
A front-loading, 33-liter benchtop autoclave (Photo courtesy of Astell Scientific).
Autoclave manufacturer, Astell Scientific (Kent, UK), participated in MEDLAB Middle East 2018 where the company showcased its latest range of sterilizers. Astell was among the companies that showcased their latest innovations, products and cutting-edge technologies at the world’s largest attended laboratory & IVD exhibition and conference, held from February 5-8, 2018 in Dubai, UAE.
Astell designs autoclaves, steam generators and effluent decontamination systems (EDS) to meet the exacting demands of modern laboratory, pharmaceutical and medical professionals. Astell’s autoclaves are available as both top loading as well as front loading units, and incorporates innovations, such as color touchscreen controllers as standard throughout the range.
At MEDLAB Middle East 2018, visitors at Astell’s booth were able to see the company’s circular section autoclaves, available in sizes from 33 to 344 liters in capacity, as benchtop, compact, and free-standing units, and with options of top and front loading chambers. The company’s staff was also on-hand to give demonstrations of the standard fitment color touchscreen controller during the show. Additionally, Astell distributed copies of its new product catalogue containing information on both circular and square chamber ranges, along with helpful explanation of the available options.
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