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Item # : Z-MAR-3870EL-D-N-1
  1. Power 230V; 50/60 Hz, 3Phase, 12.5Amps
  2. Control Bacsoft:  Control System with multi color 70x50mm display with upto 30 cycle programs
  3. Includes USB and ethernet connection communication ports
  4. Multi language capability
  5. Locking system: Automatic Door Pressure System
  6. General features: Temperature range 105C to 138C
  7. Sterilization time range 1-99 minutes
  8. Two real time clocks for cross-checking timing accuracy
  9. 2 Flexible PT 100 temperature sensors in the chamber Exhaust steam cooling
  10. Temperature and pressure regulation and monitoring Validation port
  11. Pressure and Temperature dependent door lock/unlock 
  12. Door lock safety switch
  13. Water level safety device
  14. Temperature cut off switch
  15. Overpressure safety valve
  16. Built-in buzzer for audible notification
  17. Efficient air removal is an important requirement for sterilizing hollow loads such as laboratory glassware and tips where the standard gravity displacement air removal method is not effective.  
  18. Air removal after sterilization also assists in fast drying of your laboratory glassware.
  19. Bench-top laboratory autoclaves with built-in steam generators provide fast & efficient heat-up and complete drying. 
  20. 85 Liters
  21. 213 LB
  22. Dimensions:
    1. Chamber dimensions: 15" Dia x 30" deep (380x690 mm)
    2. External dimensions: 
    3. 28.35"w x 21.26"h x 37.01"d 
    4. (720 w  x 540 h x 940 d mm) 
  23. Chamber made of Stainless St 316L
  24. Two independent flexible PT100 temperature sensors to  prevent over-boiling of liquids and explosions of bottles
  25. Liquid sterilization with various cooling options
  26. Pipette and Glass sterilization
  27. Instrument sterilization (wrapped or unwrapped)
  28. Biohazard and Waste sterilization
  29. Agar preparation
  30. Safety for personnel, autoclave and load are priority in the design, construction and operation of any Tuttnauer autoclave. 
  31. Two independent flexible PT100 temperature sensors to prevent over-boiling of liquids and explosions of bottles
  32. The door cannot unlock until liquid temperature reaches the predetermined end temperature

  33. A cycle cannot start if the door is open or not properly locked

  34. Steam will not enter the chamber when the door is open

  35. A safety device prevents the operator from opening the door when the chamber is pressurized

  36. Fo software control 

  37. PID (Proportional Integral Differential) pressure control 

  38. Stores the last 200 cycles in built-in memory 

  39. Two independent flexible PT100 temperature sensors to prevent over-boiling of liquids and explosions of bottles

  40. Up to 6 temperature sensors and 4 pressure sensors can be connected 

  41. 30 Identification Codes and Passwords for access level control 

  42. The controller and software comply with the 21 CFR part 11 standard

  43. Liquid Load Fast Cooling Applications Sterilizing liquid requires longer heating and cooling times for completing a cycle, especially with sensitive liquid loads. 

  44. When time is critical, advanced optional fast cooling features are available with Tuttnauer’s laboratory autoclaves that prevent a sudden drop in chamber pressure which can cause liquids to boil over. 

  45. Fast Liquid Cooling After sterilization is completed, compressed air is passed through a microbiological filter into the autoclave chamber in order to prevent a drop in pressure which also prevents load deformation, cracks or spills. 

  46. Cold water is then circulated through cooling pipes that rapidly reduces the chamber temperature and that of the liquid load to a safe temperature. 

  47. Glassware, Hollow and Tip Applications - Efficient air removal is an important requirement for sterilizing hollow loads such as laboratory glassware and tips where the standard gravity displacement air removal method is not effective. 

  48. Air removal after sterilization also assists in fast drying of your laboratory glassware. 

  49. Efficient Air Removal An optional vacuum pump can be used for fractioned pre vacuum air removal eliminating air pockets from all load types and maximizing efficient steam penetration throughout the entire load. 

  50. Active Drying with Post Vacuum For bench-top autoclaves, an optional vacuum pump can be used for post vacuum drying, at the end of the sterilization cycle, ensuring improved drying of porous loads and hollow instruments such as pipette tips. 

  51. The bench-top autoclave is equipped with a heating plate attached under the chamber that heats the chamber during the drying phase. 

  52. The low pressure in the autoclave chamber, caused by the vacuum, reduces the boiling temperature forcing moisture to evaporate rapidly. 

  53. The vapor is then removed from the chamber by vacuum resulting in a dry load.

  54. If you wish to run the sterilizer at 208V, it will work, but slower