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Automatic Vertical Benchtop Autoclave - 17 Litres Capacity


With a 10 year guarantee, the Alfa-Bench is the ideal benchtop autoclave for bacteriology laboratories.

Four different safety devices; steam safety valve, electronic temperature control, lid secured by means of a swing bolt which allows it to open only after pressure is released.

The Alfa-Bench autoclave is manufactured to PED 97/23 EC to conform to national and international safety standards. Both weldings and stainless steel thickness calculations comply with Italian National Industrial Safety Institute . Electrical and electronic equipment fulfil the CEI 62.25 regulations. Unerasable user friendly serigraph panel instructions according to EN 17025 specifications.

Other features include:

  • cylindrical inner chamber (17L capacity) / square shape external body
  • entirely manufactured (external body, inner chamber and cover lid) in AISI 304 Stainless Steel for a long lasting quality
  • sterilization chamber and lid shining polished - easy to clean and sanitize
  • fully automatic sterilization cycle
  • end-cycle buzzing alarm
  • max working pressure 2,1 atm (134 °C)
  • pressure gauge
  • automatic steam-vent valve
  • safety valve
  • sliding ABS thermal - insulating cover lid with single locking spinwheel conform to safety rules
  • drain cock
  • thermoregulation microprocessor controlled.
  • Digital display of instant/set temperature and sterilization time
  • steam generating heater mounted on vessel bottom
  • ready for installing the "Printalfa-New" data printer (optional) according to cGLP
  • ready for fitting a certified thermoprobe for validation
  • sterilization chamber dimensions: diam. 250x340 h mm
  • overall dimensions: 520x400x630 h mm
  • weight: 35 kg
  • power supply: 220 V, 50 Hz - 1300 W

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Source : International pbi SpA [Italy]
Now part of VWR International Ltd. View Company Information

Posted on May 10, 2006