AnaeSorber

Item No.01-1645
An easy and convenient way of scavenging organic waste anaesthetic agents. Features: Contains activated carbon Adsorbs 200g of organic waste anaesthetic agent such as isoflurane, halothane and sevoflurane Not suitable for use with N2O Approximate maximum use is 20 hours Disposal by controlled incine

Description

An easy and convenient way of scavenging organic waste anaesthetic agents.

Features:

  • Contains activated carbon
  • Adsorbs 200g of organic waste anaesthetic agent such as isoflurane, halothane and sevoflurane
  • Not suitable for use with N2O
  • Approximate maximum use is 20 hours
  • Disposal by controlled incineration
  • Unlike many other scavenging adsorbers, just over 74% of an Anaesorber container is manufactured from cardboard as apposed to plastic
  • Anaesorbers should be intermittently weighed and disposed of when the unit's weight is 200g above its starting weight

Extra discount - Each Anaesorber comes with a 50p sticker attached. Affix 6 stickers to the Freepost Card provided and return to us to receive an extra £3.00 discount when you next order a box of 6 Anaesorbers.
 
*T&Cs apply*

Reviews (1)

  • Good way to stop environmental pollution

    Seems like the best way to avoid to lessen the environmental effects of Isoflorane which has a huge global warming potential

AnaeSorber

Item No.01-1645
An easy and convenient way of scavenging organic waste anaesthetic agents. Features: Contains activated carbon Adsorbs 200g of organic waste anaesthetic agent such as isoflurane, halothane and sevoflurane Not suitable for use with N2O Approximate maximum use is 20 hours Disposal by controlled incine

Description

An easy and convenient way of scavenging organic waste anaesthetic agents.

Features:

  • Contains activated carbon
  • Adsorbs 200g of organic waste anaesthetic agent such as isoflurane, halothane and sevoflurane
  • Not suitable for use with N2O
  • Approximate maximum use is 20 hours
  • Disposal by controlled incineration
  • Unlike many other scavenging adsorbers, just over 74% of an Anaesorber container is manufactured from cardboard as apposed to plastic
  • Anaesorbers should be intermittently weighed and disposed of when the unit's weight is 200g above its starting weight

Extra discount - Each Anaesorber comes with a 50p sticker attached. Affix 6 stickers to the Freepost Card provided and return to us to receive an extra £3.00 discount when you next order a box of 6 Anaesorbers.
 
*T&Cs apply*

Reviews (1)

  • Good way to stop environmental pollution

    Seems like the best way to avoid to lessen the environmental effects of Isoflorane which has a huge global warming potential