Medical Industry

Autoclave Sterilization

Breathing Apparatus

Central Vacuum System

Air Mattress

Protective Clothing

Dental Treatment Instrument

Vacuum Filter

Pulsating Vacuum Sterilizer

Sterilization of Surgical Kits


Autoclave Sterilization

Sterilization of various devices and equipment is critical in medical practices, hospitals, laboratories and pharmaceutical facilities.

Three different working cycles of the sterilizer:

  • Air extraction: The air prevents the hot steam from coming into direct contact with the object being sterilized - this is why it must be evacuated from the container. When the vacuum pressure is reduced to 100 mbar, then inject hot steam. This process is repeated 3 to 4 times.

  • Sterilization: at 2-3bar pressure and temperature 121-134°C, steam fills the container and kills all germs. During the sterilization process, the vacuum pump does not work.

  • Drying: After sterilization is completed, the vacuum pump will pump air inside the sterilizer until the vacuum level reaches 50 mbar and is used to dry the objects to be sterilized.


Breathing Apparatus

A breathing apparatus used by a patient with lung disease can equip with a small air ring fan to compress the breathing air and then filter the air. If necessary, the oxygen or the dose of medicine can also be increased. According to the breathing cycle and treatment needs, a valve can be installed to adjust the patient breathing air pressure.


Central Vacuum System

Hospitals and surgical clinics use central vacuum systems to extract fluids produced during surgery. A separator is placed near the surgical equipment to separate large and small particles and then dispose of them appropriately. Typically, vacuum systems can be installed at long distances due to limited space near the surgical equipment.


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