New & Used Laboratory Washer

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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Miele Appliances
Model: G7733
Location: Austria, Vienna
2,221
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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Varian
Model: VK 905
Location: United States, Massachusetts
Rating: 100%
1,500
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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Steris
Model: Reliance 400
Location: United States, Virginia
20,000
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2012

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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Bht
Model: Innova L 3
Location: France, Île-de-France
3,000
2003

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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Biobase
Model: BK-LW120
Location: India, Karnataka
100
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2017

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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Bht
Model: Innova L 3
Location: France, Île-de-France
2,600
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2003

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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Lancer
Model: 1300UP
Location: Brazil, Sao Paulo
4,000
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2000

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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Miele Appliances
Model: G 7735
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
2,703
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Device: Laboratory Washer
Manufacturer: Miele Appliances
Model: G 7836 CD
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
5,287
2007
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Laboratory Washer may also be referred to as :

Labware Washer | Laboratory Washer | Washer, Labware | Glassware Washer
 

Tips for buying Laboratory Washer

  1. Facilities should keep in mind that the initial acquisition cost does not accurately reflect the total cost of ownership, because laboratory washers require ongoing maintenance and operational costs. Facilities should look into life cycle cost, local service support, discount rates and non price-related benefits offered by the supplier, and standardization with existing equipment.
  2. To compare high cost alternatives and to determine the economic value of a single alternative, facilities can use a life cycle cost analysis. Life cycle cost analysis techniques can be used to examine the cost effectiveness of leasing or renting laboratory washer equipment versus purchasing it outright. It is most useful for comparing alternatives with different cash flows and for revealing the total costs of labware washer equipment ownership, because it examines the cash flow impact of initial acquisition costs and operating costs over a period of time.
  3. Life cycle cost analysis often demonstrates that the cost of ownership includes more than just the initial acquisition cost. A small increase in initial acquisition cost may produce significant savings in long-term laboratory washer operating costs.
  4. The annual cash outflow, the dollar discount factor, and the lifetime of the labware washer equipment are used in a mathematical equation to calculate the present value.  The usage cycle and the cost depreciation present a value analysis that is especially useful, because it accounts for inflation and for the value of usage/capital invested.  
  5. Electrical consumption is the major operating cost of a laboratory washer. Buyers may be able to reduce long-term expenses by purchasing a low-power labware washer unit, in which the largest consumables outlay is for detergents.
  6. Using liquid detergent is recommended over powder, although powder costs less. Users tend to dispense more powder than necessary for a wash cycle. Many laboratory washers have automatic dispensers, which inject precise amounts of liquid detergent to help minimize detergent consumption. Liquid detergent can also eliminate problems caused by powder detergent residue.
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