Microjet – autoclave for laboratory use. The autoclave Microjet thermal energy required for sterilization is delivered directly to the medium. Microwaves are the energy source, which makes the heating occurs instantly and uniformly throughout the volume of the liquid.
Compact design, small footprint and low weight make MICROJET very easy to install virtually anywhere in your lab – all you need is an electric outlet.
It’s always at hand, when you need it. 24 h per day, 7 days a week. You don’t need to wait for sterilized media, especially when you have an urgent job to do.
Owing to the application of Direct Energy Transfer technology, the sterilization of liquid media takes a very short time – as short as it takes to have a cup of coffee.
Priced to change the rules
The revolutionary price of the MICROJET autoclave allows every staff memeber in the lab to have one on his disposal
MICROJET autoclaves have a standard 24-month warranty.
Owing to small dimensions, the MICROJET autoclaves can be placed anywhere, thus saving precious space in the lab.
Standard lab containers
Liquid media, such as microbiological media, buffers, solutions of carbohydrates, or the water can be sterilized in standard laboratory flasks and bottles, glass and plastic, with a capacity of 100 to 500 ml. and temperature resistant up to 135°C (glass or plastic – PMP, PP, PTFE, FEP).
Plug and play
Operation of the MICROJET autoclave is intuitive, does not require additional training. All you need is a standard electrical socket. Just plug it in and start to work. As simple as that
All functions are operated using a touch screen , which also displays the sterilization process.
Each sterilization operation is automatically stored on a memory card. As the data is stored in a format compatible with GLP it can be copied to any PC and read using the inclusive ENBIO Data Viewer software
More than white
The housing of MICROJET autoclave is available in various colours – choose your favourite
Sterilization technology -7min TOTAL TIME OF STERILIZATION
Direct Energy Transfer – liquid media placed in the chamber are directly heated using microwave beam.
Standard Erlenmeyer flasks and lab bottles,
glass or plastic, temperature resistant up to 135 deg. C.
|Sterilization temperature||135 deg. C|
|Media exposure to high temperature||80 s|
|Time of heating||1,5 – 4,5 min|
|Time of cooling||approx. 4 – 8 min|
|Total process time||7 – 12,5 min|
|Media temperature when completed||95 deg. C|
|Output power||8 A|
|Max current||0,95 kW|
|Working pressure||3,6 bar|
|Maximum pressure||5 bar|
|Process chamber volume||2 l|
|Electromagnetic waves frequency||2450 MHz|
|Protection class||IP 20|
|Data archiving||MicroSD card|