Therapeutic apheresis machine MCS®+ 9000
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therapeutic apheresis machine
therapeutic apheresis machine
therapeutic apheresis machine
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Our MCS®+ 9000 mobile platelet collection system — part of a robust family of devices with quiet performance — is dedicated to blood component collection of platelets. With proven separation technology and state-of-the-art leukocyte reduction with continuous filtration, double unit, and concurrent plasma capabilities, the device offers you a cost-effective collection from single platelet donors. It is lightweight and portable, yet rugged enough to withstand most mobile environments. And its customized transport case doubles as a device stand for increased flexibility. The MCS+ 9000 system is simple to install and easy to operate with its automated cycles. The added advantage in platelet collection Optimize your collections with the proven technology and unique mobility of the MCS+ 9000 device. Whether you use it at fixed sites for more cost-effective collections and increased comfort, or at mobile sites to help you build your donor base and increase mobile drive profits, the MCS+ 9000 system helps you add more platelets in more places. Characteristic/DimensionValue Machine (closed)Height: 17.25 in (44 cm) Depth: 13.38 in (36.5 cm) Width: 22.25 in (56.5 cm) Machine (open)Height: 27 in (68.5 cm) Depth: 22.25 in (56.5 cm) Width: 22.25 in (56.5 cm) Weight of machine56 lb (25 kg) ConstructionSheet metal Electrical voltage 100/220 ~ VAC ±10% Switch Selectable Operating frequency47-63 Hz Centrifuge speed3000-7000 rpm (varies with protocol) Pump speedDraw 20-100 mL/min Return 20-140 mL/min


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