This tabletop autoclave is designed for the sterilization of wrapped and unwrapped instruments and related items found in dental, medical and veterinary clinics, first aid rooms, laboratories, etc.
This autoclave is an electrically heated sterilizer using steam as the sterilizing agent. It is a manually operated device, with a control system based upon steam pressure.
The operator can select a sterilization temperature from within a range of 212°F - 273°F (100°C - 134°C). This allows for the sterilization of heat sensitive material at a low sterilization temperature, as well as providing for faster sterilization at higher temperatures for materials able to withstand the higher sterilization temperatures.
All models feature an easy to use control panel. The machines are ruggedly built using 316L stainless steel, copper, brass and aluminum. To guard against rusting, no iron components are used. All models include a drying system for wrapped items.
Chamber Size: 7" Dia x 13" Deep. Outside Dim: 17.9" deep x 17.4" wide x 12" height. 120V. This is a manual sterilizer that works fast. It takes 11 minutes to reach 273f temperature.
Warranty, one year for on site parts & labor
- Chamber Size:
- Brand New Machine
- Manual (electronic) controlled
- Steam Sterilizer
- Power Supply: 110V
- 20 minutes cycle
- Table Style
- Weight: 55.00 Pounds
The safety features include a double locking door mechanism (door tightening bolt and locking bellows), a mechanical pressure relief valve, over temperature thermostats and a double pole circuit breaker.
Pressure Door Lock System (Door Bellow)
The Door Bellows is a safety device that prevents the door from opening when the chamber is pressurized.
The system utilizes the buildup of pressure in the chamber to expand a ﬂexible Silicon—rubber bellows. The bellows pushes a metal pin into a grove on the tightening bolt of the Door Closing Device.
This prevents the operator from opening the door when there is pressure in the chamber. When the steam is released, this bellow returns to its original position, drawing the pin with it and releasing the tightening bolt.