Alifax Test 1

Fully Automated Analyzer for the determination of the ESR


Alifax ESR analysers are the only ones capable to provide results in 20 seconds by measuring red blood cells aggregation overcoming the variables and limitations of the sedimentation method also listed in the CLSI document*.

  • Results in 20 seconds related to red cells aggregation
  • First result available after 5 minutes from analysis start
  • No reagents required
  • Results expressed in mm/h
  • High correlation with the Westergren method
  • No influence of low hematocrit levels
  • Use of the same CBC tubes
  • 175 μl EDTA blood sample per test
  • Only 800 μl sample requested in the tube
  • Capacity up to 60 samples
  • Throughput up to 180 samples/hour
  • Latex Calibration & Controls
  • Smart cards
  • Thermostated at 37°C
  • Mixing cycles in accordance with CLSI requirements*
  • Internal bar code reader
  • Connection to LIS
  • Simplified needle replacement
  • Thermal printer
  • Complete integration in the hematology laboratory

Test 1 - THL-BLC-SDL-YDL-MDL-XDL
Technical Features

  • Power supply: 115-260 VAC 10%, 50/60 Hz 
  • Power consumption: 150 VA max. 
  • Operative temperature: from +10 to +30 °C 
  • Size: 510x560x600 mm 
  • Weight: 45 Kg 
  • In/ out specifications: two RS232 serial ports 
  • Bar code reader:internal


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