SCL Medtech - Support

By: Scl Medtech  09-12-2011
Keywords: Technical Consulting, industrial hygiene

As an innovative company, SCL •MEDTECH is always on the lookout for challenging projects. We see ourselves as a development platform, where every new idea is welcomed and nurtured to respond to the needs of the market.

Using cutting-edge technology we believe in making products that are the best in the market and by collaborating with companies that require specialized equipments and services, we strive to provide them with turn-key solutions to specific problems.

Our consulting services include:

  • Application development
  • Contract research and development
  • Commercial co-development
  • Technical Consulting

Custom Solutions

Besides standardized products and services, SCL•MEDTECH offers a range of customized solutions. Just let us know what you want and we will provide you with solutions that suit your needs.

One Example

Corrosion Resistant Hotplate for Acid Digestion

A custom-made robust and high quality hotplate for performing digestion tests in acid environments, this product was designed with productivity and durability in mind for an industrial hygiene lab.

Used within a fume hood, the durability of this hotplate, named the SCL•CHP3300™ for its 3300W standard heating power, is enhanced by an internal ventilation system that ensures a positive pressure inside the high quality stainless-steel, aluminum top device.

Keywords: industrial hygiene, Technical Consulting

Other products and services from Scl Medtech

09-12-2011

SCL Medtech - GenaMINI

These filters provide information on human safety when exposed to various aerosols, but do not have information on safety when several aerosols coexist in a single environment. The SCL Test Kits™ can be connected in networks of up to 32 units, allowing you to create your own custom-made efficient and polyvalent test bench.


09-12-2011

SCL Medtech - GenaSIC

SCL•GenaSIC™ is capable of generating continuous, low and stable concentrations of agents or aerosols, in an airtight enclosure at strictly controlled atmospheric conditions. Currently, the scientific community seems to have lost incentive to perform SIC measurements, because of the burden of handling and cleaning the equipment.