Stainless steel cart Sterisystem®
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stainless steel cart
stainless steel cart
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for general purposes
Patient type
for humans
Other characteristics
medical, stainless steel


Our Sterisystem® closed, washing-tunnel-resistant stainless steel Stericarts are manufactured based on the double DIN standard dimensions of 300 x 600 mm, with the idea of being able to use 2 DIN positions one after the other. The 50 mm extra depth at the back means that this transport cart can also be used for sterile transport of slightly longer sets. These Belintra Sterisystem® closed Stericarts are characterized by yellow runners, plastic bumpers, handlebars and latch. The low model (1100 mm) can double as a sterile field in the operating theatre. This case cart is a universal space-saving transport device. It is suitable for 2 DIN wire baskets or shelves or 1 ISO wire basket or shelf per level. The new “Extra-Wide” model can serve to transport packages up to 950 x 600 mm. Product characteristics Wash tunnel resistant Ergonomic Optimum loading and space-saving Safety Identification Castors Cart washer resistant magnets Handlebars Wash tunnel resistant The Sterisystem® closed case carts are designed in such a way to prevent any residual moisture after drying. The synthetic runners are also wash tunnel resistant*. Unlike stainless steel runners, the high quality plastic ensures smooth running and substantial noise reduction when sliding stainless steel transport baskets or trays or plastic modules in and out. Moreover, the synthetic runners protect wrapped instrument trays against perforations and absorb noise during transport. Ergonomic The doors of these stainless steel transport carts swivel open to 270° and click onto the side walls with magnets when in the open position. This ensures that the cart is easy to access.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.