24kW - 48kW Stand Alone Compact Steam Generators

The 24kW - 48kW stand alone compact steam generator system works with Astell Scientific's range of autoclaves and sterilizers, or can provide a direct steam supply to other equipment requiring instant steam in high peak demand systems. Astell steam generators are designed and built in the UK with laboratory and research facilities in mind, making them ideal for sterilizers or Effluent Decontamination Systems.

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Description

All Astell Scientific steam generators are manufactured with stainless steel pressure vessels and optional stainless steel pipework, which eliminates the contamination associated with mild steel/copper systems. If you require a larger autoclave (600 litres +), please Contact us to discuss your requirements.

Astell steam generators are designed with peak demand in mind making them ideal for steam sterilizers or other systems that require instant steam in short-burst, high delivery, with quick regeneration. Stainless steel boilers and pipework reduce contamination caused by mild steel systems.

Systems are avalible in either 24KW, 48KW or 72KW with one to three steam source heaters.

Model: STG024 (24kW Rating)
Model: STG048 (48kW Rating)
Features
  • Easy to maintain
  • Electrically Heated Steam Generators
  • Fill Tank
  • Float Switch Level Control (water)
  • Low power standby
  • Low water alarm
  • Optimised for low water and power consumption
  • Optional Sight Glass
  • Optional Stainless Steel Panelwork
  • Pressure Vessel Status
  • Time / Date
  • Fully programmable 5.7" Colour Touch Screen controller

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