There are many reasons why the modern and innovative Enbio Microjet Autoclave would improve your workplace practice, although there is one particular feature, the “Direct Energy Transfer technology,” which places it above the competition. The “Direct Energy Transfer technology” is a revolutionary process which utilises microwave automation, instead of the traditional 'pressure cooker' approach. Media preparation is three times faster and safer, providing instantaneous and uniform heat distribution, at a tenth of the energy of other traditional autoclave methods.
The Microjet is compact; with a space saving, benchtop design, weighing in at only 15 kg. The autoclave is also fast, as it only takes 7 minutes (based on using a 150ml volume Duran bottle) to sterilise (3-5 times faster than traditional sterilisation, dependant on volume used). The exposure to high temperatures is very short (60-90 seconds), which minimises any microbiological decomposition.
The modern design of the autoclave means all functions are touchscreen operated. To improve lab efficiency, the Microjet includes modern functionalities, including real-time monitoring of the sterilisation progress. Other modern functions include data logging, as each operation is automatically logged on to a Micro SD. The data is GLP compliant (it can be transferred to any PC and read using the ENBIO Data Viewer software - software is included with every Microjet purchase), but cannot be altered.
For more information on the Enbio Microjet Autoclave, please visit: https://www.gpescientific.co.uk/products/chemistry/enbio/MicroJet/Autoclave