Portable aspiration system for disposal of liquid biological waste

The VACUSIP from INTEGRA provides an ideal benchtop solution for the safe aspiration and disposal of small volumes of liquid waste in clinical, molecular biology, biochemistry and microbiology labs.

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With integrated vacuum pump and long-life battery the VACUSIP from INTEGRA is completely portable enabling aspiration and waste disposal where and when you need it. To optimize battery run-time, the pump automatically switches on and off according to the vacuum needed for an aspiration task. With its space saving footprint, silent operation and optimal organization, the VACUSIP is a true asset to any lab performing liquid aspiration tasks.

The unique VACUSIP hand operator enables precise fine regulation of liquid aspiration flow. A wide range of adapters are available for the hand operator enabling the VACUSIP to handle almost any liquid waste disposal task. A hydrophobic filter protects the unit from contamination and liquid entry. All components coming in contact with liquids can be autoclaved. Exchanging a full collection bottle is both safe and easy, making VACUSIP the system of choice for the convenient removal and disposal of liquid waste.

To download a product brochure, watch a video and learn more about how VACUSIP has provided an enhanced solution for aspiration of supernatants after centrifugation steps in DNA extraction and removal of washing solutions from multi-well plates please visit http://www.integra-biosciences.com/sites/vacusip_1_e.html

INTEGRA (www.integra-biosciences.com) is a leading provider of high-quality laboratory tools for liquid handling, media preparation, sterilization and cell cultivation. The company committed to creating innovative solutions which fulfil the needs of our customers in research, diagnostics and quality control within the life science markets and medical industry. The INTEGRA group, comprising INTEGRA Biosciences AG, Zizers, Switzerland and the INTEGRA Biosciences US, Hudson, NH, maintains a worldwide network of over 90 independent highly trained distribution partners.

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