MES Shinva 45L B Class Autoclave

SKU: 90-0900
Availability: In stock

Easy to set up. Comes with detailed user and service manuals or you can contact our technical support team at anytime for additional support over the phone on 03-93316796

Largest B Class Bench Top autoclave available in Australia. TGA Approved, for the sterilisation of wrapped and unwrapped solid or hollow instruments. The unit has 4 sterilisation programs, Crystal Display Screen, Auto protection Device and Door Safety Interlock. The removable racking system is made up of sliding baskets which can be all removed. A vertical racking system is also available as an option. 

15amp power supply required.


Chamber dimension (Diameter * Length)


Overall dimension (L*W*H)


Comes complete with 2 layers of stainless steel trays.
Top Tray      520mm length x 300mm width
Bottom Tray 520mm length x 240mm width

Product Features:

-Microprocessor control technology with touch pad

-Display of dynamic sterilising process graph with LED display of chamber temperature

-Equipped with sterilising programs of unpacked instrument, instrument parcel, dressing, rubber and fluid medium

- Dynamic pulsatingexhaust function

- Built in water tank, steam and water circulation


Pressure and temperature is controlled by a digital set point, digital temperature indicating microprocessor controller. A pressure gauge registers chamber pressure. Heating is by immersion elements in the base of the vessel and only a small amount of water is required, resulting in fast heat up times. An electric low water switch will protect the element and turn off power should the
water level be below the required level. The electrical supply required is either 15AMP
or 20AMP single or two phase, which may be plugged or hard wired directly to electrical supply.


It is important for us to get a good understanding of what you will be sterilising so that we can ensure your laboratory steam steriliser is configured correctly to perform the duties that you require of it. Some of the more important things to consider are: 

  • Will you be sterilising liquids? If so, what volume and in open or closed vessels?
  • Will you be sterilising porous loads, e.g. clothing or waste goods?
  • Do you require items to come out of the steriliser dry – e.g clothing or instruments?
  • Are you sterilising, decontaminating, or both?
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