The autoclave operates with saturated steam as the sterilizing agent with a temperature range of 105 °C (221°F) to 137 °C (279 °F) and a working pressure that meets AMSE and PED requirements. Each autoclave model is available with either single or double door.
A sliding door autoclave is a type of sterilization equipment that uses steam to sterilize medical instruments, laboratory equipment, and other items. It typically has a sliding door mechanism that allows for easy access to the sterilization chamber. The door seals tight when closed to prevent steam from escaping, ensuring a sterile environment. The autoclave works by heating water to produce steam, which then circulates around the items being sterilized to kill any bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms present.