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Medical autoclave AVS-N Series
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Characteristics

Application domain
medical, laboratory, dental, for veterinary clinics, podiatry, veterinary, dermatology, gynecology
Sterilization procedure
saturated steam
Configuration
benchtop, vertical, compact
Other characteristics
microprocessor-controlled, programmable, semi-automatic, electric
Temperature range

Min.: 100 °C (212 °F)

Max.: 134 °C (273.2 °F)

Capacity

Min.: 8 l (2.1 gal)

Max.: 15 l (4 gal)

Description

AVS-N Series are suitable to sterilize culture medium, glassware, liquids, plastic, metal utensils and laboratory waste. Features Sterilization chamber made of AISI-316L stainless steel. External housing made of AISI-304 stainless steel. Equipment controlled by digital PID microprocessor, with 4 predefined and 6 editable programs, adjustable by time and temperature. Alphanumeric LCD screen that shows sterilization parameters, alerts and errors. RS-232 port to connect PC or printer. Manual filling of the sterilization chamber with water. Protecting grid for the heater element. Manual steam release push-button. Manual valve to drain. Cycle time range: 1-250 minutes. Advantages Small and easy use. Programmable auto-start. Connection to PC. Control software (optional). Safety Safety valve and thermostat. Open lid blocking system. Benefit from 50 years of experience in manufacturing laboratory autoclaves for multiple applications. RAYPA offers you several autoclave options ranging from state-of-the-art autoclaves for research professionals to compact and smaller autoclaves for general facilities. Request more information about AVS-N series now or download our brochure.

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