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|Material:||304 Stainless Steel||Door Sealing:||Hollow Steel Glass|
|Automatic Detergent Filling System:||Yes||Spraying System:||Yes|
washer disinfector machine,
instrument washer disinfector
﹒master carton dimension:
﹒Chamber capacity: 360 L
Weight: 250 KGS
﹒Instruments trolley: 5 layers/600x570x570(mm)(LxWxH)
﹒Basket dimension: 480x250x60 mm
﹒Body material:304 s.s material, heat and nosie insulation
﹒Chamber material: 316 stainless steel
﹒Power: 3 phasex380V/ 1 phase x 220V/50Hz
﹒Power: AC 380V 50Hz 17KW
﹒Thermal disinfection tem: ambient tem~98℃
﹒Water pressure: 0.10Mpa~0.80Mpa
﹒Water flow: 25L/min
﹒Water consumption: 15L/phrase
﹒Water tem increase: around 10.5℃/min
﹒Environment: humidity: 31℃＜80% Room tem: 5~40℃
﹒Noise: ≤60 dB
Step 1 Pre-rinse The chamber is filled with cold water from the prefilled process tank in 15 seconds via a big quick-opening membrane valve. The speed-controlled circulation pump is soft-started and runs at full speed for superior cleaning results. The water goes via the spray manifold into the two spray arms in the top and bottom and into the spray arms of the wash carts. The chamber is drained in 15 seconds via another big quick-opening membrane valve in the conical bottom. The water is then rapidly drained into a drain tank, from where it is pumped to the building’s wastewater system.
Step 2 Wash Cold or hot water from the prefilled process tank is “dumped” into the chamber at the same time as the drain tank is being emptied. The speed-controlled circulation pump is soft-started and runs at full speed for superior cleaning results. Cleaning continues until the wash solution has operated at the set temperature for the programmed time. The chamber is then drained in the same way as in Step 1.
Step 3: Rinsing / Final Rinsing / Disinfection For the rinse phases, hot water from the pre-filled process tank is “dumped” into the chamber at the same time as the drain tank is being emptied. The speed-controlled circulation pump runs at half speed thus reducing the water consumption by up to 20%. In the disinfection phase, fresh 90°C water from the booster tank (pumped up to the process tank during the previous phase) is “dumped” into the chamber. The rinse/disinfection temperature and duration can be set to comply with all known norms. The chamber is drained as described before.
Step 4: Drying Fresh ambient air is preheated by the exhaust air in the air-to-air heat exchanger before being electrically heated to the drying temperature. The heated air is then transported in stainless steel pipes to the water manifold pipe and then into all spray arms. This concept assures up to 40% shorter drying times thanks to very turbulent and efficient drying conditions in the entire chamber. The system is also available with an optional drying sensor to abort the drying process when the preset outgoing air humidity has been reached. This means even shorter drying times when operating at part loads.
Contact Person: Ms. JULIET