Vertical Autoclaves / TUTTNAUER

Vertical autoclave for Life Sciences

Designed for your convenience and ease of use when loading the autoclave, the 5075ELV-D is a top loading vertical autoclave that provides high quality, repeatable performance and accountability for a wide range of applications used in modern laboratories. The 5075ELV-D has an advanced multi-color control panel and a chamber made of 316L or 316Ti stainless steel. Each model has a number of optional added-value features which can be configured for fast cooling, efficient drying, biohazard and waste sterilization, Fo control, and more.

Advanced Control System: Take Advantage of Tuttnauer’s state-of-the-art control system with multi-color display

Safe Automatic pressure locking system: Door will not open when the chamber is overpressured

Optional Internal Printing: Documents date, time, temperature and pressure

Intuitive Multi-Color Display: Multi-color display for easier reading gives quick access to important information. Color is used to indicate the stage of the cycle

High Quality Stainless Steel: 316L grade stainless steel chamber and door with electro-polish finish

Diverse Load Types: The 5075ELV-D autoclave comes with 8 factory set cycle programs that cover the processing needs of most laboratories and research centers

Tuttnauer's high performance laboratory autoclaves are equipped with the following optional features: a built-in steam generator, a vacuum pump and a coiled pipe around the chamber. These autoclaves provide efficient heat-up and complete drying.

Fast and Efficient Heat-up: Immediate Steam and Efficient Air Removal During the heat-up phase air is efficiently removed from the chamber by a strong vacuum pump. Steam, that is immediately available from the built-in steam generator, is then injected into the autoclave for immediate chamber heating.

Complete Drying: Chamber Heating and Post Vacuum Highly efficient drying is achieved by uniformly heating the chamber wall of the benchtop or vertical autoclave. The chamber is heated by passing steam through a coiled pipe around the chamber. The post vacuum stage reduces the boiling point which speeds up drying. This results in faster and complete drying, and guarantees that even the most difficult loads such as textiles, porous loads, hollow instruments and tips, will dry.