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Vertical floor-standing autoclaves Systec V-Series

The Systec V-series of top-loading vertical autoclaves in 8 different sizes with 40 to 150 liters chamber volume is distinguished by its small footprint and high chamber capacity. Result: optimal loading capacity with most standard media bottles and Erlenmeyer flasks.

Three model ranges with different performance.

X-PERT

Systec VX

For all laboratory applications even for sophisticated state-of-the-art sterilization processes. With all possibilities to add additional options for process optimization to enable validatable sterilization to be carried out.

ECONOMIC

Systec VE

For basic laboratory applications and media sterilization. With limited possibilities to add additional options for process optimization.

BASIC

Systec VB

For basic laboratory applications and media sterilization. With limited possibilities to add additional options for process optimization.

Dimensions and performance

Chamber dimensions
Ø x depth (mm)

Chamber volume
in liters total / nominal

Techn. Drawings

Systec V-40

344 x 450

45 / 40

Systec V-40

Systec V-55

344 x 600

60 / 55

Systec V-55

Systec V-65

400 x 500

73 / 65

Systec V-65

Systec V-75

400 x 600

85 / 75

Systec V-75

Systec V-95

400 x 750

104 / 95

Systec V-95

Systec V-100

500 x 500

117 / 100

Systec V-100

Systec V-120

500 x 600

137 / 120

Systec V-120

Systec V-150

500 x 750

166 / 150

Systec V-150

Electrical connections for:
Systec V-40 and Systec V-55: 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 16A
Systec V-65 to Systec V-150: 380-400V, 50/60 Hz, 16A
Other voltages supplies are available on request.
Country-specific deviations possible.

Standard Features

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Systec ve

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Integrated, separate steam generator

 

 

Internal heating elements within the autoclave chamber

 

Housing, support frame and pressure vessel made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel

Temperature and pressure range 140 °C, 4 bar

LCD display and fully automatic microprocessor control

Number of sterilization programs

 

12

4

Code-secured access rights for changing parameters and further safety-relevant intervention

Internal memory for storing up to 500 sterilization cycles

 

Timer for starting programs

 

Autofill: automatic demineralized water feed for steam generation

 

Flexible PT-100 temperature sensor

Additional temperature sensor in condense exhaust

 

 

Temperature holding function for liquids after program finish

 

Special program for Durham tubes

 

Calculation of F0 value

 

Special program for waste sterilization with pulsed heat-up for more efficient air exhaust

 

Water-cooled steam exhaust, thermostatically controlled wassergekühlt, thermostatisch kontrolliert

 

Programmable automatic door-opening on completion of program

 

RS-232 and RS-485 interfaces for external data transmission (network-compatible)

 

Available options

 

Touch-Screen control

 

 

Extension of temperature and pressure ranges to 150 °C / 5 bar (from chamber volume 65 liters and more)

 

Options for process optimization

 

 

 

Rapid cooling for efficient and safe cooling of liquids

 

Vacuum system for validatable sterilization of solids and waste materials in disposal bags

 

 

Superdry: for drying solids (only in combination with optional vacuum system)

 

 

Exhaust filtration (including condensate inactivation) for safe sterilization of hazardous biological substances

 

Options for documentation

 

Integrated printer for batch documentation

Systec ADS documentation software package f. comprehensive documentation

 

Documentation SD: data storage on SD card for up to 10,000 sterilization cycles and transmission of data to a PC

 

 

Systec ADS CFR documentation software package w. conform. to FDA 21 CFR Part 11**

 

 

AuditTrail: unalterable and traceable documentation acc. to FDA 21 CFR Part 11**

 

 

= Serie = Optionel

** for Systec VX-65 to Systec VX-150 in combination with a touch display

Systec autoclaves are delivered ready for subsequent installation of all options.
Further options and special programs as well as baskets and inserts, transport and loading systems on request.
For further information on the options and accessories, please click on "Options".

Technology
  • Design

    High-tech engineering
    With state-of-the-art electrical and mechanical components, Systec autoclaves increase the quality of all sterilization processes in your laboratory. Labs that use this equipment can meet the sterilization requirements of today while also being prepared for the future.

    All-around quality
    Our autoclaves include pressure vessels made of stainless steel 1.4571 (V4A) AISI 316 Ti, with the housing and support frameworks made of steel as well. This makes the entire autoclave highly resistant to corrosion and very easy to clean. The housing and support framework are further enhanced with highly efficient top-quality Hanno-Tect for insulation. This material does not release any particles, allowing Systec autoclaves to satisfy the requirements of working under clean-room conditions.

    Dual sensors standard in all autoclaves
    Systec autoclaves use a temperature sensor in addition to an electronic pressure sensor to monitor both the pressure and temperature during the entire sterilization process. The flexible temperature sensor can be used within the chamber or alternatively in a reference vessel containing liquids. In addition, Systec VX models feature a temperature sensor installed in the floor drain.

    Systec autoclaves are fitted with the following connections at the rear:

    VX VE VB
    Demineralized water inlet for steam generation
    Compressed air
    Cooling water
    Common outlet
    RS-232 / RS-485 interfaces
    Flexible power cord with CEE-plug
    = Standard = Optional


    Meeting all regulations and sterilization standards
    Systec autoclaves are fit to withstand sterilization temperatures of up to 140 °C as well as steam pressures that do not exceed 4 bar.

    Systec V-Series autoclaves are prepared for the future – they are our first ever autoclave systems which can be augmented for higher pressure and temperature ranges, allowing temperatures of up to 150 °C and pressure levels of 5 bar. In addition to adapting the chamber, the optional accessories for extending pressure and temperature ranges also adapt all safety elements and control components to the higher range of temperatures and pressure levels. This option can even be retrofitted on Systec Autoclaves.

    Exception: Extension of temperature and pressure to 150 °C / 5 bar is not available for Systec V-40 or V-55 systems.

  • Steam generation
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    Steam generation by steam generator VX

    Steam generation via steam generator

    The autoclave housing includes a separate steam generator.

    This has various advantages:

    No heaters or reservoirs of potentially contaminated water are required in the chamber.

    • Thanks to the stand-by pre-heating function, an empty chamber can be heated to 121 °C within only 10 minutes
    • Improved ventilation as gravity suctions the air downwards
    • Better accuracy than ± 0.3 K (empty chamber)
    • Cooling is sped up, as neither the steam generator nor the hot water inside the chamber requires additional cooling.
    • Once the chamber is cooled, the next sterilization run can benefit from the generated steam.

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    Condensation of steam instead of removal

    Conventional steam generation
    This system of generating steam includes heating elements which are integrated into the lower part of the chamber. Water can be fed into the system manually. Autoclave models VE and DE can optionally be automatically fed with demineralized water with the DI-Water connection.


    Condensing steam instead of removal
    A PT-100-regulated cooling system is used to condense exhaust steam automatically. This prevents odors from developing and is especially useful for protecting plastic waste water pipes, if used.

  • Operation
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    Operation via Display

    Operation via Display
    Systec V-Series autoclaves are controlled via a large, easy-to-read display and a membrane keypad with acoustic input confirmation. The layout of all input elements is logical and ergonomic and thus allows for convenient operation of the autoclave. Menus are available in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian – other languages can be included on demand.

    A specially developed microprocessor is responsible for carrying out all control functions. The processor controls not only the sterilization schedule but also steam pressure and temperature within the chamber. In addition, it manages all optional functions such as drying, rapid cooling as well as pre- and post-vacuum modes.



    1– 3 Solids
    4 – 5 Waste bags
    6 Liquid waste with regulated steam exhaust for cooling
    7 Liquid waste with self-cooling
    8 –10 Liquids with regulated steam exhaust for cooling
    11 Liquids with self-cooling
    12 Cleaning
    13 Vacuum test**
    14 Bowie-Dick Test**
    15 – 25 Free for individual programming


    1– 3 Solids
    4 – 5 Waste bags
    6 Liquid waste with regulated steam exhaust for cooling
    7 Liquid waste with self-cooling
    8 –10 Liquids with regulated steam exhaust for cooling
    11 Liquids with self-cooling
    12 Cleaning


    1 Solids
    2 Waste bags
    3 Liquids with regulated steam exhaust for cooling
    4 Cleaning

    * All programs can be individually parametered.
    ** Only in combination with vacuum system.

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    Touch-Screen

    Optional operation by Touch-Screen technology for all Systec VX models from 65 liter chamber volume
    Thanks to a large (5.7 inch) optional touch-screen interface, controlling the autoclave can be made even easier. In addition, this option adds increased flexibility during autoclave operation and offers additional options for using the system, such as displaying process data numerically or graphically. Up to 100 different sterilization programs can be stored within the system, including seven pre-defined standard programs already included.
    Users can configure new programs themselves, defining and altering all available process parameters individually. Users are guided step-by-step through the entire process via the dialog menu. Every new program added is automatically given a permanent, unalterable name. In addition, a designation freely chosen by the user can be assigned to the program.

    Pre-defined programs
    1 Solids
    2 Waste bags
    3 Liquid waste
    4 Liquids
    5 Cleaning
    6 Vacuum test*
    7 Bowie-Dick test*

    These can be expanded to 100 sterilization programs.
    * Only in combination with a vacuum device.

  • Safety
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    Door locked

    Advanced automatic door-opening functionality
    Systec autoclave chamber doors are locked automatically, utilizing a circumferential ring system* which engages when the door is being closed. The chamber is sealed using a special seal made of highly heat-resistant silicone; the seal tightens as more pressure is built inside the chamber. This occurs automatically, without requiring additional compressed air.

    In full accordance with modern regulations for pressure vessels such as DIN EN (IEC) 61010-2-040, the door-locking mechanism is controlled by the interior temperature. Thus, the door remains firmly locked and sealed until all excess pressure within the chamber has dissipated. The door as well as various other elements of the housing and vessel are built using stainless steel and clad in an aesthetically pleasing front cover is made of insulated plastic that is highly resistant to heat. The same material is used for the control panel, display as well as parts of the control processing system. This prevents operators from coming into contact with heated surfaces.


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    Door open

    Automatic door-opening
    The standard method of opening Systec autoclave doors is to press the corresponding opening button. Alternatively, VX and VE models can also be programmed to open automatically once the sterilization process has ended. This is very convenient for everyday use, as it allows residual steam to be vented automatically. Any residual heat within the chamber itself can be utilized to dry the items which have just been sterilized. As the automatic door opening feature restricts the door from opening beyond an angle of approximately 15 degrees, potential contaminants from the outside environment are avoided. This is particularly useful for items which need to remain within the autoclave chamber to cool or dry, as it speeds the entire process. After drying or cooling, the door can then be fully opened manually.

    * Exceptions: In models V-40 and V-55, the door is closed by means of a bolt.

     

  • Standards & regulations

    Systec autoclaves comply with the following standards and regulations:

    Pressure vessel:

    • 2014 / 68 / EU Pressure Equipment Directive
    • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1
    • China Stamp

    Other guidelines:

    • 2014 / 35 / EU Low Voltage Directive
    • 2014 /30 / EU on Electromagnetic Compatibility
    • 2006 / 42 / EC Machinery Directive

    All autoclaves are CE marked.
    We will be happy to provide a complete list of standards and summary of regulations on request.

Application
  • Sterilization load and sterilization process Sterilization load and sterilization process

    Selecting the correct process for each sterilization run
    There is a variety of sterilization options available that may be required to obtain reliable and validatable sterilization results, as well as rapid cooling times, especially when it comes to sterilizing liquids. Which options are available depends on the items that are to be sterilized. Therefore, it is imperative to consider the requirements of the sterilization run carefully and to configure the autoclave for the task at hand. A validatable, biologically efficient sterilization process can only be ensured if the autoclave is configured correctly.

    The table shown below can help with configuring your autoclave – however, we recommend consulting with our experts before configuring sterilization programs.

    Ventilation Cooling Drying Other
    Gravitation
    Simple
    pre-vacuum
    Pulsed excess
    pressure
    Fractionated
    pre-vacuum
    Conventional
    cooling with
    slow pressure
    release
    Rapid cooling
    system with
    support
    pressure
    Surface drying
    without
    vacuum
    Drying with
    subsequent
    vacuum
    + Superdry
    Exhaust air
    filtration
    Liquids + ? ? + ?
    Unpacked non hollow items
    + + + + ? +
    Porous materials

    (filters, fabrics)
    ? ? + +
    Hollow items (pipette tips,
    empty glassware, tubes
    and hoses)
    + +
    Contaminated waste in
    destruction bags
    ? + +

    + Recommended procedure       ? Possibly acceptable        – Not possible

  • Sterilization of liquids Sterilization of liquids
    Heating up

    Heating up
    The entire autoclave procedure typically includes only a small fraction of time dedicated to actual sterilization – for example, when sterilizing at 121 °C, only about 15 minutes are typically spent on sterilizing. While sterilizing liquids, in particular, phases of heating up the chamber and cooling it down again make up a considerably longer part of the sterilization procedure.

    Conventional sterilization procedures
    Most conventional autoclaves fail to properly sterilize liquids, as these typically reach only about 60 to 90 °C despite the chamber itself having already reached sterilization temperatures. This is because the temperature for sterilization within the chamber is reached quickly, while liquids need additional time for their temperature to equalize.

    Up to 50 % shorter heat-up times as standard
    Thanks to the regulation of pressure as well as temperature at the same time, the pressure within the vessel is evenly increased during the initial heat-up phase. As a result, temperature equalization between liquids and the chamber itself is sped up, resulting in overall shorter heat-up times.


    Conventional cooling vs. Rapid cooling

    Cooling
    Liquids are also very slow to cool down, as, without active rapid cooling, temperatures within the chamber can only drop below 100 °C via a process of dissipating the built-up heat as radiation via the chamber insulation (see diagram: conventional cooling).

    However, the overall time necessary for sterilization processes can be reduced substantially by using the new system and process technologies, potentially saving many hours during long sterilization processes. Additionally, the items which are to be sterilized do not spend an undue amount of time being exposed to heat (see diagram: rapid cooling).

    Systec autoclaves include numerous functions which guarantee safe sterilization of liquids while also increasing productivity. Many of these are standard functions included in all models, while others are optional add-ons, depending on the exact autoclave model selected.

    Systec autoclaves guarantee safe handling, precise sterilization and increased productivity overall. In addition, they offer numerous cooling functions for sterilizing liquids, including optional rapid cooling systems which reduce the time required for cooling liquids significantly. This not only increases efficiency when using the autoclave but protects culture media as well.

    Systec autoclaves can be cooled by conventional means, using a regulated steam venting procedure that cools the machine down to a temperature of 100 °C, after which the chamber cools down more slowly to about 80 °C by itself. Alternatively, they can include various options for rapid cooling, such as:

    • Cooling with ambient air ventilation
    • Mantle cooling with cooling water
    • Mantle cooling with cooling water and support pressure
    • Radial ventilator for air circulation and accelerated heat removal from the chamber
    • Ultracooler
    • Spray cooling with recirculated and recooled sterile water and support pressure

    Mantle cooling with cooling water and support pressure

    Mantle cooling with cooling water and support pressure
    Full control at all times
    A flexible PT-100 temperature sensor is used throughout the entire cooling procedure to monitor the temperature within a vessel that is filled with liquid as a reference measurement. The sterilization period thus begins only once the temperature required for sterilization has been achieved in the actual liquid instead of inside the chamber.

    The temperature of any subsequent cooling processes is monitored as well. Additionally, in order to protect the sterilized items from delayed boiling, the lid of the container can be opened only once the temperature inside of it is equal to or lower than 80 °C, according to industry standards. To prevent the liquid from boiling, support pressure is applied during the cooling-down phase using compressed air which has been filtered to be sterile.

    Advantages:

    • No liquid can be lost during sterilization, as boiling is prevented
    • Cycle times are reduced in order to fully utilize the volume of each bottle, improving productivity in the process
    • Prevents delayed boiling and overboiling
    • Prevents bottles from bursting due to the heat of sterilization
    • Using hermetically sealed bottles prevents re-contamination after sterilization
    • Reduces cooling times by up to 60 %

    Radial Ventilator

    Additional Radial Ventilator 
    Combined with an optional cooling system which cools the chamber mantle with water while applying support pressure, a radial ventilator can ensure that heat is transported quickly from the sterilized items to the chamber mantle where it is cooled down. The ventilator is controlled via a magnetic motor mounted outside the pressure chamber underneath the cover.

    • In order to not reduce the space available within the chamber, the ventilator is mounted within the chamber door.
    • Typical ventilation performance: 71 m3/h
    • Reduces time for cooling by 70 % or less

    Ultracooler

    Ultracooler 
    Combined with optional mantle cooling with cooling water, support pressure as well as a radial ventilator, an Ultracooler heat exchanger can reduce cooling times significantly, thus speeding up the process of sterilization as a whole.

    • The Ultracooler is mounted inside the chamber door, surrounding the radial ventilator. This requires no additional space within the chamber, guaranteeing that the pressure chamber can be fully loaded.
    • Can achieve cooling times of 15 to 60 minutes, depending on the type and number of items which are to be sterilized.
    • Reduces time for cooling by up to 90 %
  • Sterilization of solids Sterilization of solids
    Vacuum system

    Vacuum system
    Solids, including but not limited to empty glassware, pipette tips in boxes as well as fabrics and porous materials like filters all require air to be removed before sterilization can commence. Only by removing the air completely can validatable sterilization processes be guaranteed and reproduced every time.

    A vacuum system removes air from solids and hollow items such as tubing, as well as from porous materials and fabrics, which allows the sterilizing steam to cover their entire surface area. This is ensured by utilizing a phase during which a fractionated pre-vacuum is created, combined with the steam generator integrated into the autoclave. For porous materials, fabrics as well as solids, this is the only reliable way to achieve proper sterilization results.


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    Superdry – for drying solids

    Drying solids wit Superdry
    The optional Superdry accessory increases drying efficiency porous materials, solids and fabrics. With this system, the heating coils wrapped around the sterilization chamber receive heat from the steam generator in order to facilitate drying. By using deep-vacuum drying with the optional vacuum device combined with Superdry, you can avoid having to dry sterilized materials in specialized drying cabinets.

  • Sterilization of waste in disposal bags Sterilization of waste in disposal bags
    Vacuum system

    Vacuum system
    When sterilizing waste bags, all air needs to be removed in order to ensure validatable sterilization results which can be reproduced every time.

    The vacuum device effectively removes the air from disposal bags, allowing the steam to penetrate completely. The process includes a fractionated pre-vacuum phase in combination with the standard steam generator. This is the only way to achieve validatable sterilization of waste in bags.

  • Sterilization of hazardous biological substances Sterilization of hazardous biological substances
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    Exhaust air filtration

    Monitored permanently – exhaust air filtration & condensate inactivation
    In order to sterilize hazardous substances, an optional system for filtering air exhaust is available for Systec autoclaves. Its heat-resistant sterile filter is installed in a pressure-proof housing, making it easily accessible. The filter consists of a cartridge with a PTFE membrane – with a pore size of 0.2 μm. The filter is itself sterilized over the course of each sterilization run. The PT-100 temperature sensor also monitors the filter.

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    Exhaust air filtration

    During the phase of heating up the chamber and the actual sterilization phase, condensation is automatically retained and sterilized inside the vessel. All existing microorganisms are eliminated effectively, as air exhaust filtration systems and condensate inactivation methods prevent them from escaping during sterilization. This also ensures that hazardous liquids or gases cannot be released but are sterilized and filtered out instead.

Options
  • Additional options

    Touch-Screen
    from 65 liters chamber volume

    Operation is easy and rapid via a large (5.7 inch), highly visible touch screen interface. This innovation offers additional options and increased flexibility when working with the autoclave. For example, process data can be displayed numerically or graphically. 7 programs are pre-defined but can be expanded (up to 100) as required by the user.

    To initiate a new program, the user is guided through the process by menu dialog. Every new program is automatically allocated a permanent, unalterable name and can also be given an individual designation by the user. All process parameters can be individually altered

    Touch-Screen
    Touch-Screen

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    Temperature and pressure range extension
    From 65 liters chamber volume
    Systec V-Series autoclaves 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 V-40 or V-55 systems.

  • Options for documentation
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    Printer

    Printer
    Systec autoclaves can optionally include an integrated printer for the purpose of documenting the sterilization process. Metrics which can be documented include date and time, pressure and temperature, activated program type and batch number as well as sterilization progress and phase.


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    Systec ADS Software

    Systec ADS documentation software package 
    Systec autoclaves include RS-485 and RS-232 interfaces and are thus able to be connected to any available Ethernet networks or a laptop or desktop PC via converters. Special Microsoft Windows documentation software allows users to document all process data such as the exact pressure and temperature ranges, sterilization time as well as sterilization phase. This documentation may also include relevant diagrams. Using the Systec ADS software, you can then process this data both numerically and as graphical representations.


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    SD card

    SD card for batch documentation*
    An optional integrated SD card slot can be used to document up to 10,000 cycles*. This includes a SD memory card (1024 MB). Thanks to this SD card, all recorded data can be processed using the Systec ADS software.

    * only combined with the Systec ADS software (optional).


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    FDA 21 CFR part 11

    Systec ADS CFR documentation software package with conformity to FDA 21 CFR Part 11
    This optional software package can be used for documentation in Systec VX autoclaves (only models with a minimum of 65 liters sterilization chamber volume) featuring the optional display with touch-screen capabilities. Process flow and AuditTrail data can simply be downloaded from the machine, thus conforming to the regulations set out in FDA 21 CFR Part 11. This Systec software is able to process the data gathered by the autoclave numerically or as graphical representations.


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    AuditTrail

    AuditTrail 
    AuditTrail is used for administration purposes, allowing you to set up and manage user accounts. Using AuditTrail, you can specify privileges to users along five different authorization levels. Rights to access specific sterilization programs may be given to users on an individual basis, meaning a user must use their username and password to log in in order to be able to use only the specific programs they have been allowed to use. All actions carried out, such as changing program parameters or starting and stopping a sterilization program, are automatically documented. Thus, it is possible to track each action back to the user responsible using a time stamp which includes the date and the time. All data which is generated by user actions or via automatic documentation is protected and marked with an electronic signature unique to the respective user and protected against manipulation.

  • Options for process optimization
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    Mantle cooling with cooling water and support pressure

    Mantle cooling with cooling water and support pressure
    A flexible PT-100 temperature sensor is used throughout the entire cooling procedure to monitor the temperature within a vessel that is filled with liquid as a reference measurement. The sterilization period thus begins only once the temperature required for sterilization has been achieved in the actual liquid instead of inside the chamber.

    The temperature of any subsequent cooling processes is monitored as well. Additionally, in order to protect the sterilized items from delayed boiling, the lid of the container can be opened only once the temperature inside of it is equal to or lower than 80 °C, according to industry standards. To prevent the liquid from boiling, support pressure is applied during the cooling-down phase using compressed air which has been filtered to be sterile.


    Radialventilator

    Additional Radial Ventilator 
    Combined with an optional cooling system which cools the chamber mantle with water while applying support pressure, a radial ventilator can ensure that heat is transported quickly from the sterilized items to the chamber mantle where it is cooled down. The ventilator is controlled via a magnetic motor mounted outside the pressure chamber underneath the cover.


    Ultracooler 
    Combined with a water-cooled mantle, support pressure as well as a radial ventilator, an Ultracooler heat exchanger can reduce cooling times significantly, thus speeding up the process of sterilization as a whole.


    Superdry – for drying solids

    Superdry – for drying solids
    The optional Superdry accessory increases drying efficiency porous materials, solids and fabrics. With this system, the heating coils wrapped around the sterilization chamber receive heat from the steam generator in order to facilitate drying. By using deep-vacuum drying with the optional vacuum device combined with Superdry, you can avoid having to dry sterilized materials in specialized drying cabinets.


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    Vacuum system

    Vacuum system
    Typical solids are pipette tips (in boxes), empty glassware and porous materials such as filters or fabrics. For this type of sterilization, it is important to remove all air from the products to be sterilized to ensure precise, reproducible and validatable sterilization.

    The vacuum device effectively removes the air from solids, tubing, porous materials, and fabrics, allowing the steam to penetrate completely. The process includes a fractionated pre-vacuum phase in combination with the standard steam generator. This is the only way to achieve validatable sterilization of porous materials, solids or fabrics

  • Accessories
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    Loading baskets and inserts

    Loading baskets and inserts
    Stainless steel wire mesh baskets, stackable


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    Lifting device for heavy items

    Lifting device for heavy items
    The electrically operated device with swivel arm facilitates the loading and unloading of heavy items. A mobile control panel with push-button operation makes for ease of use. The device is attached to the side of the autoclave. The swivel arm has a special grip for the baskets that remain stable even under loading conditions.

     

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