Laboratory autoclave Classicverticalbenchtopcompact

laboratory autoclave
laboratory autoclave
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Characteristics

Laboratory/process
laboratory
Other characteristics
vertical, benchtop, compact, top-loading, mobile, rotary
Applications
sterilization, for the food industry, for the pharmaceutical industry, for the glass industry
Maximum temperature

Max.: 140 °C (284 °F)

121 °C, 125 °C (250 °F)

Min.: 115 °C (239 °F)

Effective capacity

Max.: 18 l (4.8 gal)

18 l (4.8 gal)

Min.: 18 l (4.8 gal)

Description

The economical end-to-end solution made of stainless steel The robust CertoClav Classic is the result of the further development of the EL made of stainless steel and is extremely low maintenance. A precision thermometer, a control valve, and a precision manometer with drag indicator provide precise processes and accurate results for all applications. This model is available in two versions, each with two temperature levels. You can choose between 125/140 °C and 115/121 °C. These temperature settings are the controlled via the control valve on the lid. These valves are not interchangeable, because the thermostat of the device is harmonized and calibrated with the respective valve! A timer is integrated to regulate the duration of the sterilization process. If the timer is activated, the device switches off automatically after the sterilization time has passed. If the timer has not been activated, the autoclave must be switched off manually. Important features • robust construction • 2 temperature levels • simple operation • integrated timer function • venting by flow procedure • precision thermometer • precision manometer with drag pointer • heating plate integrated into base • thermostat controlled Scope of delivery: incl. instrument tray and power cable
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