- Accommodates up to 600 x 90mm Petri dishes.
- A colour, touch-screen control panel for ease of use and for visual display of parameters such as temperature, humidity, and airlock cycle status.
- With the HEPA model, levels of atmospheric cleanliness inside the workstation exceed the requirements of ISO 14644 Class 3. Proof of atmospheric cleanliness can be provided on request.
- Available with a removable front to facilitate thorough cleaning and the transfer of bulk samples and larger pieces of equipment for use in the workstation.
- The built-in rapid airlock ensures samples can be transferred into the workstation atmosphere as soon as possible.
- Ethernet-enabled for remote access to touchscreen.
- Includes an automatic commissioning cycle to save you time and resources.
The Whitley A35 Workstation provides excellent conditions for the processing, incubation and examination of samples without exposure to atmospheric oxygen. This anaerobic chamber provides the ability to manipulate samples in a sustainable environment where parameters can be altered to create the required conditions. Applications for this workstation include clinical microbiology, dental and research into the human gut microbiome.
The standard A35 features two oval, sleeved ports on a fixed front. This workstation can also be specified with our unique instant access porthole system that allows entry to the chamber in seconds and needs neither gloves nor sleeves. Additional options include HEPA filtration, an integrated anaerobic conditions and catalyst monitoring system with data download facility.
Sample manipulation within a secure anaerobic environment is now as easy as working aerobically at the laboratory bench.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust recently purchased two Whitley A35 Anaerobic Workstations. “The major advantage of the A35 Workstation with instant access porthole system is that...... Read More
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust
Whitley A35 Workstation. For the purpose of the research being carried out at the University of the West of Scotland, a workstation which kept specific bacterial strains in an enclosed, continuous anaerobic environment was so...... Read More
University of the West of Scotland