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100S System Specifications *

Total cycle time: Approximately 55 minutes (short cycle)
Cycle temperature: 45°C to 55°C (113°F to 131°F)

External dimensions:
765 mm (30 in) wide
1660 mm (65.5 in) high
1020 mm (40 in) deep

Sterilizer-350 kg (770 lbs)

Sterilization chamber:
3.53 ft3 (100 liters)

Shelf dimensions:
Upper shelf: 700 mm x 425 mm (27.6 in x 16.7 in) maximum extension approximately 350 mm (14 in)
Lower shelf: 760 mm x 325 mm (29.9 in x 12.8 in)
Shelf Strength: 25 kg (55 lb/shelf)

Installation and Operating Requirements*

208V, 3 phase, 50/60 Hz, 20 Amps, NEMA L21-20 twist lock outlet. Must have a dedicated circuit and separate neutral and ground conductors. The sterilizer requires a CBA phase rotation.

Cord length-3m (10 ft)

Placement: Built-in wheels assure maximum mobility

Operational environment:
Temperature-10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F)
Humidity-0% to 95% relative humidity (noncondensing)

Installation space:
Minimum area-87 cm x 107 cm (32 in x 42 in)
Surface-Flat = 5 mm/M (3/16 in/3 ft)
Minimum distance from wall-50 mm (2 in)
Minimum service access-1 M (3 ft) on all sides (unit can be moved for service)

Planned maintenance schedule: 6 months/1 year

*Regulatory approvals:
- CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1-92; Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use
- UL 3101-1; Standard for Safety for Electrical Equipment for Laboratory Use
- EN 61010; Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use.
- EN 55011; Group II Class A limits, based on CISPR 11; Emissions
- FCC 47 Part 18: FCC Requirements for Industrial, Scientific, and Medical Equipment
- IEC 601-1-2; Medical Electrical Equipment, Collateral Standard, Electromagnetic Compatibility
- CE, a mark of conformity for the European Community

Download the following:
What Can I Sterilize?
with the STERRAD® 100S

STERRAD® 100S Datasheet
STERRAD® 100S Instrument Processing Guidelines