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Active Vibration Isolation Laboratory Table for In-Vitro-Fertilization Applications

From Accurion

Accurion’s IVF Workstation has been specially designed for the use with in-vitro-fertilization so that biologists can ergonomically sit in front of their microscope.

The workstation consists of a lab table with integrated active vibration isolation system to actively compensate incoming vibrations. The application on top of the isolator is therefore protected from vibrations while the user’s arms can rest comfortably on the non-isolated surface without impacting the procedure.

In contrast to heavy granite tables its sleek design allows using your space to full capacity and also complements your existing furniture. In addition to that the active isolation system provides superior isolation performance and overcomes the disadvantages usually associated with passive systems.

Aside from functionality and stability, Accurion paid particular attention to medical standards, e. g. proper surface coating. A mobile cabinet would be available as optional accessory.

The Accurion IVF Workstation is a perfect match for various microscopic set-ups used for in-vitro-fertilization. It will enhance your set-up and enable the user to work with increased efficiency and reliability.

Key Features 

  • Isolation in all six degrees of freedom.
  • Vibration cancellation even in the low frequency range due to the lack of a natural low frequency resonance.
  • Excellent position stability.
  • Automatic load adjustment and transportation lock.
  • AC power from an electrical outlet is sufficient; no compressed air supply is needed.
  • Response time only 0.5 ms.



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