PROMED P50

Capacity: 20 Kg/H (44 Lbs/H)
Field of Utilization: Clinics and Small Hospitals
  • Microwave induced Sterilization Process (Optional)
  • Pressure container built of high-quality Stainless Steel
  • Design and production certified by TUV Austria
  • Produced according to EU Directives PED (2014/68/EU) 2006/42/EC, 2014/30/EU & EU Norms EN285
  • Sophisticated automation control system with advanced reporting and monitoring software
  • Online access via the internet for supervision and troubleshooting
  • Fully automatic operation- no need for any operator intervention
  • Automatic elevator system for easy loading
  • No water consumption
  • Low fuel and electrical consumption for integrated steam boilers equipped with state of the art steam regeneration system

STERILIZATION - MICROWAVE PROCESS

LoadingShredding / MicrowaveHeating / SterilizationCooling and DrainingUnloading
At the beginning of the cycle , once the upper lid opens, the operator loads the waste in the loading chamber.

The shredder, controlled by the PLC, changes rotation direction due to the “anti blocking” capability that prevents the blades to get jammed. Durring the shredding process the waste is treated with microwave generated by 6 integrated magnetron units (Optional)

Our special design shredder is capable of grinding very hard materials like surgical stainless steel instruments and hard ceramics.

Heating is achieved by injecting saturated steam until the homogeneous temperature in the upper and lower chamber reaches 134°C (274 F). Sterilization is completed by maintaining 134°C (274 F) - 138 °C (280 F) temperature and equivalent pressure for a period of 10 – 15 minutes.

These factors provide the possibility to decrease the pathogenic contamination level in the medical waste by 8 Log 10 value.

Excess steam in the chamber is removed during cooling phase and the temperature of the grinded sterilized waste is lowered to by injecting cold air in the chamber of the autoclave.

The condensed water, that sterile and can be safely discharged into the sewage system is drained with the help of positive pressure or vacuum.

Once the unloading lid opens and a container is placed below the waste drawer, the operator pulls out the drawer and emties the sterile waste into the container.

As the container is pulled away, the lower lid closes and the sterilizer automatically starts the next cycle.

GENERAL FEATURES

Technical FeaturesValue
Size (L x W x H) (mm)2700 x 1500 x 1500
Weight (Kg) 2100
Air Pressure (Bar max)8
Electrical connection required (Kw)30*
Working CharacteristicsValue
Sterilizing Capacity (Kg/ Hour)15-20
Process Volume Capacity (Lt.)75
Average Waste Density (Kg/m3)100 - 150
Average Cycle Time (Min.)30
Maximum Steam Flow (Kg/Hour)100
Sterilization Efficiency (SAL)8 Log10
Consumption / CycleValue
Steam (Kg)6
Electricity (Kw)1.2**
Water (Lt)None***
Special Consumables None

* P50 – P100 – P150 includes built in electrical steam boiler

** Electrical consumption of the sterilizer only

*** Water consumption of integrated steam boiler: 7 – 12 Lt./ Cycle