I2SL Conference

Consolidated’s CEO Arthur Trapotsis to Speak at Upcoming I2SL Conference

Jason Thompson
Written by: Jason Thompson

Consolidated Sterilizers Systems CEO Arthur Trapotsis will join an impressive list of industry experts this October for the I2SL Annual Conference — a leading international conference focused on strategies to meet the challenges of energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in laboratories and related facilities.

The conference, which routinely draws an international audience of owners, architects, facility managers, designers, engineers and lab users, is a technical forum where information is exchanged covering the life cycle of the laboratory from design to use.

This year’s event is taking place Oct. 15-18th in Boston, Mass, not too far from Consolidated’s headquarters.

Trapotsis’ talk — which is slated for the morning of Oct. 18th, is called Sustainability Trends in Steam Sterilizer Design.

“Laboratory equipment manufacturers are constantly innovating their products to enhance the user experience, improve serviceability and reduce utility consumption. It will be a pleasure to share these latest trends, as they pertain to autoclaves, with the I2SL community this October,” said Trapotsis.

The presentation will explore the next-generation steam sterilizer and will discuss the following state-of-the-art design features:

  • User Experience: Employing cloud-based technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) to streamline workflows and improve efficiency. The concept of the Internet of Labs (IoL) is introduced.
  • Sustainability: Reducing water and energy consumption to improve carbon footprints, reduce costs and contribute to LEED.
  • Space Optimization: Configuring the sterilizer to optimize lab space without neglecting serviceability.

Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have before, during or after the upcoming conference.

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