Hypothermia cabinets

Innovation based on experience

Hypothermia cabinets

Innovation based on experience

Hypothermia cabinets - built in

The Hettich Benelux built-in hypothermia cabinets are used in operating theatres, recovery rooms and emergency rooms (EID). The hypothermia cabinet can be used to store infusion, dialysis and irrigation fluids, filled syringes, (synthetic) blankets, towels and medication. It can be adapted to your specific application area. Fully integrated (built in) cabinets can be manufactured to specific customer requirements. Hettich Benelux also supply free standing and combination cabinets with compartments that work independently of each other. It is possible to make any desired combination of heated and cooled compartments. A wide range of accessoriesis available for the hyperthermia cabinets.

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Built-in hypothermia cabinets are always tailor-made according to the customers specifications.
  • Drawers or doors.
  • Cooling and / or heating.
  • Interior: 316 stainless steel (recommendation), stainless steel 304 (standard).
  • Exterior: coated or  brushed stainless steel.
  • Fully integrated in the wall.
  • Temperature accuracy ± 0.5°C at 37°C  
  • Temperature accuracy ± 2°C at 4°C.
  • Low noise level.
  • Fast recovery times through the unique air circulation system.
  • The cabinet meets the 93/42 EEC requirement.

Fields of Application

Applications

Conditioned storage of:

  • Infusion liquids.
  • Dialysis fluids.
  • Irrigation liquids.
  • Filled syringes.
  • (Synthetic) blankets.
  • Towels.
  • Medication.
  • Cabinets can be custom built to customers specific requirements.

Other characteristics

  • Heated or cooled drawers or a combination of these.
  • Visual alarm, signalled by red and green LED signaling. 
  • Dust filter when using blankets.

Certification

This product is registered with the Ministry as class 1 medical device (Hettich ESP Hettherm NL-CA002-2012-25728).

 


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