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Archive for December, 2013

Southern General Glasgow A55 Installation

A55 Workstation Installed at Southern General

This is a photograph of a Whitley A55 Anaerobic Workstation that was installed last week at Southern General Hospital in Glasgow. The picture shows (from left to right) Gordon Mackie of Southern General’s Microbiology Department with installation team Adam Murray and Joe Walton.

 

Partridge in a Petri

Merry Christmas from Don Whitley Scientific

Partridge in a Petri

Whitley H35 HEPA Hypoxystation

HEPA Filtered Hypoxystation for New Year Launch

If you need to work in a HEPA filtered workstation environment – with precise control of oxygen, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity, for example in stem cell research – this Hypoxystation is for you.

A new Hypoxystation complete with a HEPA filtration system is due to launch in the New Year. Early test results have indicated that the Whitley H35 HEPA Hypoxystation will achieve Class 2 conditions as per the redefined ISO standards for particulate count and classification for air cleanliness – this will be independently verified in due course.

The H35 HEPA Hypoxystation will look exactly like the current H35 but will be deeper by 90mm. The dimensions will therefore be 1255 x 810 x 710mm (w x d x h). This product will have a removable front as standard, fitted with two oval, sleeved ports. CO2 monitoring will be included as standard on this product, a saving of over £2,000.

Options/accessories, literature and specification details will be published on www.dwscientific.co.uk in January 2014.

For further information please contact your sales representative or email us on sales@dwscientific.co.uk

Whitley Workstation at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in the Christmas Spirit

Royal Shrewsbury Hospital have trimmed up for Christmas and in the laboratory they haven’t forgotten about their Whitley Workstation. Here are a couple of photographs of it, tinsel and all!

Royal Shrewsbury Whitley Workstation