The Bioquell Z-2 is a complete solution for room/zone bio-decontamination, offering user-friendly operation with unique parametric cycle control, eliminating the necessity for gas cycle development studies (non-GMP facilities).
The Bioquell Z-2 incorporates HPV generator, gas distribution and catalytic aeration in a single mobile system. The system is easily operated with user-friendly touch screen controls and can bio-decontaminate areas up to 250m3, using parametric control (larger volumes can be validated using timed cycles).
Its simple menu-driven user interface makes it easy to set cycle parameters. The graphical display shows the bio-decontamination cycle progress in real time and the communication port allows control via a building management system (BMS). Our Bioquell dual circuit technology enables fast, efficient bio-decontamination cycles without the need for room pre-conditioning or dehumidification. The Bioquell Z-2 system also includes a room measuring device and a hand-held H2O2 monitoring device.
How much does the Bioquell Z-2 cost?
Due to the ability to tailor the product to suit specific requirements, prices are available on request.
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