The AVA Clinic in Latvia was opened in 2005. The experienced team get high infertility treatment results, and as they adhere strictly to ISO 9001:2008 , the same rigour must apply to safety in their cryo store - which is why they chose our O2NE+ low oxygen alarm system.
In the unlikely event that there were to be a leak in the cryo store causing a build-up of nitrogen gas, which is colourless and odourless, the depletion of oxygen levels might pose a serious danger. The O2NE+ system provides two audio visual alarms which are usually pre-set at 19.5% & 18% to warn personnel of a potential hazard should the oxygen levels deplete. The main senor unit is wall mounted and repeater units can be sited at other entrances. The system has a long life O2 sensor, allowing simple calibration with low maintenance.
Andris Grunskis, pictured here, embryologist at AVA, is also the Quality Systems Manager who specified the O2NE. He graduated from the University of Latvia with a Master’s degree in Biology and regularly participates in international conferences and hands-on workshops and is a member of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology and the Nordic Fertility Society. " ... your engineers were great!" he commented after installation.