TRIO.BAS™
Selftest System

This base station checks the precision of the air flow to state if the air sampler still runs under the calibration values. It works as a standard induction charger, too.

  • It works with induction models only
  • It has a double purpose: check the flow rate and charging the air sampler
  • Yellow technopolymer bell connected by a tube to the base station

Use and application

  • Pharma, Cleanroom, Biotechnology, Fermentation, Medical Device
  • Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning HVAC
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  • The SELFTEST is a system that checks the precision of the air flow. This control is necessary to avoid invalidation of the tests between annual controls for official certification.
  • This system works by measuring the depression generated by the air sampler while air is aspirated through an aspirating bell placed on the aspirating head. A differential pressure sensor measures that depression and compares it with the set value stored in the TRIO.BAS™ sampler under test. The results appear on the command unit at the end of the test. Results are displayed as: OK (the air sampler is well calibrated), WARNING or ERROR (the air sampler is not calibrated within calibration specifics). The result is automatically recorded on the air sampler.
  • Main customers are GLP/GMP for pharmaceutical, cleanrooms and biotech industries and all customers who are subjected to frequent controls by inspectors.
  • The SELFTEST is suitable for all induction air samplers.
  • Base Station Induction battery charger with user SELFTEST check calibration - 100/240VCA 50/60Hz 35W
  • Yellow bell made in technopolymer connected by a tube to the base station
  • CE mark
  • Built in ISO 9001 premises
  • Sizes: 22x12x4,5h cm
Code SELFTEST SYSTEM
351 Base Station induction battery charger with user SELFTEST check calibration system (100 lt/min) for Contact Plate or Petri 90 mm plate
352 Base Station induction battery charger with user SELFTEST check calibration system (200 lt/min) for Contact Plate or Petri 90 mm plate