All Systec autoclaves have been newly developed and designed
and represent state-of-the-art engineering. All mechanical and
electronic components guarantee enhanced sterilization processes,
hence enabling the lab to fulfill all appropriate requirements for
today and for the future.
The pressure vessel is made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel
1.4571 (V4A) AISI 316 Ti and is thus easy to clean. An approved
safety valve for excess pressure is included. The autoclave support
framework and housing are also made of stainless steel. The highly
efficient, high-quality Hanno-Tect insulation material releases no
particles; Systec autoclaves can thus be used under clean-room
conditions. Systec autoclaves are fitted with the following connections
at the rear:
Demineralized water inlet
for steam generation
RS-232 / RS-485 interfaces
Flexible power cord with CEE plug
All according to norms and regulations
Equipped for the future! Systec V- and D-Series are the first to
be equipped for higher temperatures and pressures. The pressure
vessel is designed for operations at 150 °C and 5 bar. Optional
temperature and pressure range extension accessories adapt all
control and safety components to the higher temperature and
pressure. This option can be retrofitted.
Exception: Extension of temperature and pressure to 150 °C / 5 bar
is not available for Systec D-23 or D-45 systems.
Systec autoclaves are equipped as standard for sterilization
temperatures up to 140 °C and a steam pressure of 4 bar.
Exception: Systec D-23 autoclaves are equipped only for 136 °C
and 3.8 bar.
Systec autoclaves comply with the following standards:
- 97 / 23 / EG Pressurized Vessel Guideline.
- ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1.
- China Stamp.
- 2006 / 95 / EG Low Voltage Directive.
- 2004 /108 / EG on Electromagnetic Compatibility.
- 2006 / 42 / EG Machinery Directive.
All autoclaves are CE-certificated.