EZ2 Centrifugal Evaporation System For Clinical Biochemistry

The recent introduction of an EZ2 centrifugal evaporation system for clinical biochemistry sample preparation is providing  considerable advantages compared with the manual dry down evaporation methods which were using previously; Proprietary technology on the EZ-2 allowing the instrument to stop by itself at the end of evaporation process.

But some clinical laboratories playing  a vital role in the healthcare industry; as about 80% of the clinician’s diagnoses are based on laboratory analysis; with a range of tests carried out on clinical specimens; to obtain information about the health of a patient to aid in diagnosis; treatment and prevention of disease.

EZ2 centrifugal evaporation system

These departments commonly perform automated quantitative tests on serum or plasma patient samples; for a wide array of substances including lipids, blood sugar, enzymes and hormones; EZ-2 evaporator is the Clinical Biochemistry department using to setup a suite of automating methods; whereby the user simply loads samples; selects the appropriate solvent removal method and presses start.

This frees up staff time to do more productive work than monitoring; their evaporator and has increased throughput of the laboratory.By the productivity increasing as the EZ-2 can handle a large number of samples per run; which are quickly evaporating to dryness in just a matter of minutes.

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The enclosed design of the EZ-2 evaporator and cold trap has ensuring; that waste solvents are collecting and staff safety is enhancing as vapors are no longer releasing into the laboratory atmosphere.In addition, the reliability of sample preparation has improving.

But not only having the EZ-2 evaporator eliminating cross contamination between samples; but its advancing temperature control avoids sample degradation and hence the need to repeat analyses or doubts about the analytical result obtaining. Clinical biochemistry staff say they would find it hard to go back to the old manual methods of evaporative sample preparation using  before the EZ-2 arriving.