SCHILLER Australia installs first Ergo Spiro outside Europe

by Gabrielle Taylor October 19, 2017

SCHILLER Australia installs first Ergo Spiro outside Europe

That’s right, SCHILLER Australia has, just this week, become the first distributor to install a CS-200 Excellence Ergo Spiro outside of Europe.

SCHILLER Australia is proud to know that according to The New Zealand Respiratory and Sleep Institute, the products represented better value for money, taking into consideration the price and the low propensity for ongoing costs - considering the CS-200 requires a very low level of maintenance & low consumables. 

The lightweight flow volume sensor, that is unsusceptible to water and moisture, can be re-used without the need for drying following disinfection. Additionally, the flow sensor has very low resistance and no moving parts, unlike turbines, making the test more comfortable and accurate.

Furthermore, with it’s modern technology, the Ergo Spiro provides a cardiology grade high sampling rate ECG, with the added bonus of featuring automatic interpretation features.

Our latest customers were after a multitude of functions and it was our pleasure to provide our expertise and a fantastic solution to their problem.

Some other key features and advantages of the CS-200 Excellence Ergo Spiro include:

  • The use of rapid response gas analysers suited for breath x breath analysis (electrochemical cell for O2 and ultrasonic CO2 analyser).
  • The system is maintenance free other than replacement of the oxygen cell every 12-15 months, which can be done easily by the user (plug and play).
  • It utilises modern, easy-to-use intuitive software.

If you are looking for an all-in-one solution, this multifunctional diagnostic workstation is for you. Contact us online or call us on (02) 4954 2442 today!

After more information about the CS-20 Excellence Ergo Spiro? Download our brochure.

CS-200 Ergo Spiro



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