Ilmvac of Germany has launched a machine for cleaning up spills of of toxic or biological fluids in the lab or process environment.
The company says that the unit, called the Fluivac 105, has the capacity to handle large spills and a broad range of chemicals and biological fluids, which makesit suitable for use in the pharmaceutical industry.
The unit comes on wheels with a 5.3 litre aspiration tank, a throughput of 62 litre/min, and includes protective filters between the Fluivac pumps and the collection tank. It is an extension of Ilmvac's Biovac 102, a smaller-scale system designed for laboratory use.
The system is corrosion resistant enabling the unit to be used with a variety of media without the risk of chemical attack, and is easily transported wherever vacuum aspiration is needed.
For more information on the product, visit Imvac's website .