Autoclave 8 litres class N with drying cycle and USB.
|Programmes||Temperature||Pressure||Sterilisation time||Total time||Type||Max. load||Max. load per tray|
|Solid||134 ºC||210 kPa||4 min||14-25 min||Solid unwrapped instruments||2 Kg||0.6 Kg|
|121 ºC||110 kPa||20min||25-40 min||2 Kg||0.6 Kg|
|Drying cycle||–||–||–||1-20 min||–||–||–|
- The minimum time required for the autoclave to be ready for use after switching on is 5 minutes.
- The maximum temperature for the 134 ºC sterilisation cycle is 137 ºC.
- The maximum temperature for the 121 ºC sterilisation cycle is 124 ºC.
- Fully automatic with pre-programmed sterilisation cycles.
- Chamber and door in stainless steel with electro-polished finish.
- High precision control system for perfect sterilisation results.
- User friendly interface.
- LCD screen displays continuously information about the process.
- Open type water tank, this feature makes water filling and cleaning the tank easy.
- Languages: Spanish, English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Czech, Latvian and Lithuanian.
Protect your computer from any possibility of failure in the power supply.
Action: Interrupt the power supply.
2. Thermal circuit breaker.
Protection against short circuits and possible overheating in the transformer primary network.
Action: Temporary interruption (until the temperature has dropped) in the winding.
3. Safety valve.
Protection against a possible increase in pressure within the chamber.
Action: Escape steam until the restoration of a normal pressure level.
4. Micro switch to control the state of the door.
Exercises control in adjusting the door to start a sterilization cycle.
Action: Transmits signal to alert the incorrect position of the door.
5. Thermostat for heating elements in the steam generator.
Protection against possible overheating in the heating elements in the steam generator.
Action: interrupts the power supply to the heating elements in the steam generator.
6. Thermostat for heating elements in the chamber.
Protection against possible overheating in the heating elements in the chamber.
Action: interrupts the power supply to the heating elements in the chamber.
7. Auto leveling hydraulic system.
The hydraulic system pressure returns to its natural if the sterilization cycle is interrupted manually.
Action: the internal pressure is restored automatically.
8. Door Lock
Effective to prevent accidental opening of the door protection.
Action: Prevents door opening by a hydraulic locking system.
- Chamber: Ø 170 x 320 mm
- Voltage: AC 220-240V 50Hz
- Breaker: F16A/400V
- Nominal power: 1400VA
- Sterilisation temperatures: 121°C /134°C
- Capacity of the distilled water tank
- Approx 2.5 L (Max level)
- Approx 0.5 L (Min level)
- Room temperature: 5°C -40°C
- External size: 36.5 x 41.4 x 53 cm
- Net weight: 30 kg
- Noise level: <70 dB
- Relative humidity: Max 80%
- Atmospheric pressure: 76 kPa – 106 kPa
- Distilled water tank
- LCD display
- Control panel
- Main power switch
- Drain connector (distilled and used water tank)
- Door with lock system
- External printer port (not included)
- USB port
- Safety valve
- Ventilation grid
- Circuit breaker
- Power cable
- Rating plate
- 2 instrument trays
- Tray rack
- Tray holder
- Door adjustment tool
- 2 draining hoses
- Door gasket
- User manual
Autoclave use step by step:
1- Open the door, take the tools and accessories that are within the sterilisation chamber, remove the wrapper and clean them.
2- Connect the power cord to a suitable power source.
3- Connect the printer (optional. It is purchased separately, ref. 922-PRINTER04).
4- Swith on: The main switch is located on the right bottom area in the front panel.
Once activated, the LCD screen is on. It displays the basic operation icons such as the position of the door, the water level, the sterilisation programme, date, time, etc.
5- Fill tank with distilled water.
Remove the top lid and fill, if you hear a signal, it means that you exceeded the permitted level of water in the tank, please stop immediately and drain the amount of water necessary for the signal off.
6- Preparation of material to be sterilised:
Place instruments that are of different materials in different trays, however take care to separate them before sterilisation.
If the instruments are not stainless steel, put some sterilisation paper between the tray and the instruments.
Do not allow direct contact between instruments of different materials.
Verify that all instruments are in correct position.
Place instruments such as lenses, containers, tubes, etc. inverted, so that water does not stagnate within them.
Do not overload the trays above their limit.
Do not overlap the trays on top of each other, or put them in direct contact with the wall of the sterilisation chamber.
Do not use metal clips or pins, this may impair the operation of the steriliser.
7- Select the sterilisation programme.
8- Start the sterilisation cycle.
After selecting the sterilisation programme, insert instruments into the chamber on the trays, using the supplied plastic handle.
Once the instruments are placed within the chamber, close the door.
Caution: Be sure to close the door, otherwise the steriliser displays an alarm and can not start or stops the programme during the cycle.
9- Start the sterilisation programme.
Press the start button, then the steriliser starts operating during approximately between 30-75 minutes.
10-Sterilisation cycle finished.
After the pressure drops to zero, you can open the door and remove the instruments. The steriliser alerts by a beep once the sterilisation cycle is completed.
Caution: Whenever you remove instruments, use the supplied plastic handle for supporting trays.
- There must be at least 10 cm of free space around the steriliser, 25 cm at the top, and enough room to open the door.
- The place where the steriliser is used must have appropriate ventilation.
- The steriliser must be placed on a stable surface and at an appropriate height for handling.
- Do not cover or block the lateral outlets or the outlet air grid of the condenser ventilator.
- Do not place the steriliser near water sources where it can be splashed.
- Keep away from heat sources.
Example of a printed report:
Pressure: 206.0 kPa
Drying time: 08Min
Sterilisation time: 4.0Min
Time Temp. Pressure
Start 12:28:17 089.0C
T1: 12:31:32 087.1C 075.0kPa
T2: 12:33:43 110.2C 052.0kPa
T3: 12:36:37 088.9C 080.0kPa
T4: 12:39:20 114.7C 053.7kPa
T5: 12:43:37 087.9C 080.0kPa
T6: 12:50:40 134.8C 206.0kPa
TS: 134.7C 209.5kPa
T7: 12:54:39 134.4C 211.4kPa
T8: 12:57:36 102.1C 060.0kPa
T9: 12:59:54 098.2C 060.0kPa
End 13:04:07 102.4C
Cycle No.: 00017
- 93/42/EEC Directive on Medical Devices.
- 97/23/EEC Directive on Pressure Equipment.
- EN 13060 Small Steam Sterilisers.
- EN 61326, EN 61000 Electromagnetic Compatibility.
- EN 61010-1, UL 61010-1 Safety requirements.
- EN 61010-2-040, IEC 61010-2-040 Specific requirements for steam sterilisers used for treatment of medical materials.