High-quality cooling modules not only enable significantly shorter cooling times and therefore higher throughputs during sterilisation, but a high-quality recooling system also reduces the risk of hazards that can occur during the sterilisation of liquids.
All the advantages of our recooling and rapid cooling modules for laboratory autoclaves at a glance:
- Our MT media temperature control for autoclaves uses a highly flexible and robust media sensor that facilitates precise control of the sterilisation temperature in the medium as well as exact control of the exposure time.
- Our RG centrifugal blower has a diameter of 180 mm and operates with a power of 80 watts.
- The cooling water consumption of our cooling modules lies between 25 and 50 litres per batch on average.
- Technical problems such as a broken sensor or a short-circuit are immediately displayed and can be quickly rectified in the event of servicing.
RM cooling module for rapid cooling when sterilising liquids in open vessels
We recommend our RM cooling module for rapid cooling for up to 40% shorter cooling time when sterilising liquids in open vessels and thermolabile items. The RM cooling module features a stainless steel water cooling jacket integrated into the sterilisation chamber and a precise media temperature regulator including media temperature sensor for precisely adjustable withdrawal temperatures. The module also has an integrated sterile ventilation function that allows air to flow in through a steam-sterilisable depth filter at the end of the programme.
RG cooling module for rapid cooling when sterilising liquids in open and pressure-tight sealed vessels
We recommend an RG cooling module for rapid cooling for up to 80% shorter cooling phases in addition to the RM for the sterilisation of liquids in open and pressure-tight sealed vessels: our RG cooling module is equipped with a stainless steel water cooling jacket, a radial fan, a support pressure system with sterile compressed air and a media temperature regulator including a temperature sensor. In these programmes, recooling takes place indirectly – without sprinkling the items to be sterilised – so that the risk of recontamination by cooling water can be eliminated.
The module guarantees a uniform temperature curve without overheating and is therefore ideally suited for temperature-sensitive media and vessels with higher filling levels.
RS spray cooling and RB sprinkling for RG cooling modules
In addition to the RG cooling module, modules for spray cooling or sprinkling can also be integrated: the RS spray cooling module further accelerates the cooling process by means of three spray nozzles. In the RB sprinkling module option, demineralised water is let into the steriliser chamber before the heating phase. This is then continuously circulated, heated together with the item to be sterilised and cooled down again.
RB Sprinkling – in addition to RG
In the RB sprinkling module option, demineralised water is let into the steriliser chamber before the heating phase. This is then continuously circulated, heated together with the item to be sterilised and cooled down again.