Sterilization Applications for Glassware, Hollows and Tips
Efficient air removal is an important requirement for sterilizing hollow loads such as laboratory glassware, hollows, tips and textiles. Post vacuum moisture removal after sterilization also assists in fast drying of your sterilized loads.
Fast and Efficient Heat-up
Immediate Steam and Efficient Air Removal
During the heat-up phase air is efficiently removed from the chamber by a strong vacuum pump. Steam, that is immediately available from the built-in steam generator, is then injected into the autoclave for immediate chamber heating.
Chamber Heating and Post Vacuum
Highly efficient drying is achieved by uniformly heating the chamber wall of the autoclave. The chamber is heated by passing steam through a coiled pipe around the chamber. The post vacuum stage reduces the boiling point which speeds up drying. This results in faster and complete drying, and guarantees that even the most difficult loads such as textiles, porous loads, hollow instruments and tips, will dry.