Autoclave of Class B 12 Litre In Pink


Autoclave of Class B 12 Litre In Pink

Autoclave for sterilisation with finishing in pink, Class B, and 12-litre capacity. USB output and double safety closing. It admits a great variety of load: solid, porous, empty, unwrapped, etc.

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Autoclave of Class B 12 Litre In Pink

Autoclave for capacity for 12 litres with double security closing, USB output, and finishing in bright pink for sterilising many types of loads.


Programmes: Temperature: Pressure: Sterilisation time Total time Type Maximum load Maximum load per tray
Solid 134 ºC 210 kPa 4 min 14-30 min Solid material without wrapping 4 Kg 1.2 Kg
121 ºC 110 kPa 20 min 30-45 min
Wrapped 134 ºC 210 kPa 4 min 30-45 min Solid material without wrapping 3.5 Kg 1.1 Kg
121 ºC 110 kPa 20 min 35-55 min Solid or empty material with simple wrapping 3.5 Kg 1.1 Kg
Liquid 134 ºC 210 kPa 10 min 30-55 min Liquid 0.80 Kg 0.25 Kg
121 ºC 110 kPa 30 min 35-60 min
Textile 134 ºC 210 kPa 8 min  


Porous material without wrapping 1 Kg 0.3 Kg
Porous material with simple wrapping 0.75Kg 0.20 Kg
Porous material with double wrapping 0.50 Kg 0.15 Kg
121 ºC 110 kPa 30 min 40-60 min Empty material with simple wrapping 3.5 Kg 1 Kg
Solid or empty material with double wrapping 1.5 Kg 0.5 Kg
Prion 134  ºC 210 kPa 18 min 35-55 min Porous material without wrapping 1 Kg 0.3 Kg
Porous material with simple wrapping 0.75 Kg 0.20 Kg
Porous material with double wrapping 0.50 Kg 0.15 Kg
Empty material with simple wrapping 3.5 Kg 1 Kg
Solid or empty material with double wrapping 1.5 Kg 0.5 Kg
B&D Test 134  ºC 210 kPa 3.5 min 22-35 min
Helix Test 134  ºC 210 kPa 3.5 min 22-35 min
Vacuum Proof 18-20 min
  • The minimum time required for the autoclave to be ready for being used after connecting it to the power supply is 5 minutes.
  • The maximum temperature of the 134 ºC sterilisation cycle is 137 ºC
  • The maximum temperature of the 121 ºC sterilisation cycle is 124 ºC


  • Completely automatic with pre-programmed sterilisation cycles.
  • Chamber and door made of stainless steel with electropolished finishing.
  • High-precision control system for perfect sterilisation results.
  • User-friendly interface.
  • LCD display: it continually shows the information on the process of the cycles.
  • Open-type water tank. This feature makes it easier to fill it with water and cleaning it. IMPORTANT: Do not reuse the water of the waste deposit.
  • Languages: Spanish, English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Czech, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, and Chinese.

Safety devices

  1. Circuit breaker.
    It protects the equipment from any possibility of failure in the electricity system.
    Action: Interrupting the energy supply.
  2. Fuses.
    Protection against possible short-circuits and overheating in the primary network of the transformer.
    Action: Temporary interruption (until the temperature has decreased) in the set of bobbins.
  3. Safety valve.
    Protection against a possible increase in pressure inside the chamber.
    Action: Steam exhaust until recovering a normal level of pressure.
  4. Micro-switch to control the state of the door.
    It exercises control in the door adjustment to be able to start a sterilisation cycle.
    Action: It transmits the signal to alert on the incorrect position of the door.
  5. Thermostat for the resistors in the steam generator.
    Protection before a possible overheating in the resistors in the steam generator.
    Action: It interrupts the power supply towards the resistors in the steam generator.
  6. Thermostat for the resistors in the chamber.
    Protection before a possible overheating in the resistors in the steam generator.
    Action: It interrupts the power supply towards the resistors in the chamber.
  7. Self-leveling of the hydraulic system.
    The hydraulic system will bring back its natural pressure if the sterilisation cycle has been interrupted manually.
    Action: The internal pressure will be restored automatically.
  8. Blocking of the door
    Effective protection to prevent the door from opening accidentally.
    Action: It prevents the door from opening through a blocking hydraulic system.

 Technical features:

  • Nominal voltage: 220-240V; 50/60 Hz; 10A
  • Dimensions of the chamber: 200 × 360 mm
  • Circuit breaker: F16A / 400V
  • Nominal power: 2200 VA
  • Sterilisation temperature: 121 ºC / 134 ºC
  • The capacity of the distilled water tank: 2.5 L approx.
  • Operation temperature: 5 ºC / 40 ºC
  • Relative humidity of the operation: Max. 80 %, non-condensing
  • External size: 414 × 365 × 570 mm
  • Net weight: 51 Kg
  • Maximum level of noise: <70 dB
  • Atmospheric pressure of operation: 76 / 106 kPa


  • Distilled water tank:
  • LCD screen.
  • Control panel.
  • Main switch.
  • Key for drainage of distilled and used water.
  • USB port.
  • Safety valve.
  • Ventilation grille.
  • Blocking system.

Included accessories:

  • Tools trays (3).
  • Base for trays.
  • USB memory.
  • Handle for extracting the trays.
  • Adjustment tool for the door.
  • Drainage hoses (2).
  • Gasket for the door.

Optional and spare accessories:

Autoclave procedure step by step:

1- Open de door, pick up the tools and accessories that are inside the sterilisation chamber, remove the wrapping and clean them.

2- Connect the power cord to a proper power supply.

3- Start: The main switch is located at the lower front side of the equipment, on the right.

  • Once activated, the LCD screen will illuminate and the basic functioning icons of the steriliser will be displayed, as well as the position of the door, the water level, the sterilisation programme, the date, the hour, etc.

4- Fill the tank with distilled water.

  • Remove the upper lid of the tank and proceed to fill it. If you hear a signal, that means that you exceeded the allowed water level in the tank. So, please, stop immediately and drain how much water is needed to turn the signal off.

5- Preparation of the material that is going to be sterilised:

  • Place the tools made of different materials in different trays. Make sure you separate them well before sterilising them.
  • If the tools are not made of stainless steel, interpose paper for sterilisation between the tray and the tools.
  • Do not allow direct contact between instruments of a different material.
  • Verify that all the tools are in the correct position.
  • Place on the tray tools such as lenses, recipients, tubes, etc. in an inverted position, so the water does not get stuck in them.
  • Do not overload the trays beyond its capacity.
  • Do not place the trays one over the other, nor put them in direct contact with the wall of the sterilisation chamber.
  • Do not use metal clips nor pins, since it can endanger the functioning of the steriliser.

6- Select the sterilisation programme.

7- Start the sterilisation cycle.

  • After having selected the sterilisation programme, introduce the tools in the chamber using the trays with the provided plastic handle.
  • Once the tools are inside the chamber, close the door.
  • Warning: Make sure of properly closing the door. If not, the steriliser will show an alarm and will not be able to start the programme or it will stop during the cycle.

8- Start the sterilisation programme.

  • Press the start button. Then, the steriliser will start functioning for approximately, 30-75 minutes.

9- Sterilisation cycle finished.

  • Once the sterilisaton cycle has finished, the printer (not included*) will automatically print the complete report of the cycle.
  • After the pressure descends to zero, you could open the door and extract the tools. The steriliser will alert through a sound alarm when the sterilisation cycle finishes.
  • Warning: Whenever you are going to extract the tools, use the provided plastic handle for the trays support.

* The printer is purchased separately. Reference: QRD-922-PRINTER04.

IMPORTANT: Do not reuse the water of the waste deposit.


  • There must be at least 10 cm free space around the steriliser, 25 cm on the upper part, and enough space so that the door can open completely.
  • The place where the steriliser operates must have proper ventilation.
  • The steriliser must be placed on a table that resists the weight and at a proper level for its handling.
  • Do not cover nor block the side outputs, nor the grille output of the fan airflow of the condenser.
  • Do not place the steriliser close to water sources to prevent splattering.
  • Keep it far from other heat sources.

Example of a printed report (printer not included):

Programme: WRAPPING
Temperature: 134C
Pressure: 206.0 kPa
Drying time: 08Min
Sterilisation time: 4.0Min
Time Pressure Pressure
Start 12:28:17 089.0C
T1: 12:31:32 087.1C -075.0kPa
T2: 12:33:43 110.2C 052.0kPa
T3: 12:36:37 088.9C -080.0kPa
T4: 12:39:20 114.7C 053.7kPa
T5: 12:43:37 087.9C -080.0kPa
T6: 12:50:40 134.8C 206.0kPa
TS: 134.7C 209.5kPa
Max. Temperature:135.2C
Min. Temperature:134.3C
Max. Pressure:214.0kPa
Min. Pressure: 204.9kPa
T7: 12:54:39 134.4C 211.4kPa
T8: 12:57:36 102.1C -060.0kPa
T9: 12:59:54 098.2C -060.0kPa
End 13:04:07 102.4C
Cycle No.: 00017
Result: success
Date: 2014-06-07


  • 93/42/CEE medical devices directive.
  • 97/23/CEE Pressure equipment directive.
  • EN 13060 Small steam sterilisers
  • EN 61326, EN 61000 Electromagnetic compatibility.
  • EN 61010-1, UL 61010-1 Safety requirements.
  • EN 61010-2-040, IEC 61010-2-040 Specific requirements for steam sterilisers used for medical device treatments

In the UK this product needs to be inspected and certified annually. Oras Medical doesn´t offer this service and you will need to find your own local technician who can do this. 

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