Notas de Aplicaciones



Sterilization is the process by which destruction or elimination of all forms of microbial life, including bacteria and their structures, is achieved.

Laboratory autoclaves can perform sterilization by using steam at a higher pressure than atmospheric, and thus accumulating the steam temperature and reaching from 105ºC to 134ºC, according to the microorganisms to be destroyed. The steam penetrates the sterilization chamber at the set pressure; when condensating, it releases damp heat and simultaneously heating the material inside.

J.P. SELECTA offers a wide range of desktop, for dentistry and medicine, laboratory autoclaves being able to choose between manual purge, atmospheric or vacuum models, from which we highlight the following laboratory autoclaves:

"PRESOCLAVE II" for capacities of 50 and 80 litres, with electronic temperature, time and atmospheric purge regulation.

"AUTESTER ST DRY PV II" for capacities of 50, 80 and 150 litres, with microprocessor control of processes, drying system and vacuum fractional automatic purge.

This equipment has a RS232 output available for computer parameters printing, USB module for parameters storage and thermal printer with temperature, pressure, time and mode indications.

Only for information, please find below a relation of the different programs used for the different materials to be sterilized:

J.P. Selecta autoclaves meet with the Quality Management System Certificate UNE-EN ISO 9001, AENOR body accredited by ENAC with nº 01/C-SC003 and Safety Standards: EN 61010-1, EN 61010-2-040 and EN 61326.

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