FGW – LAB GLASSWARE WASHER
THE COST-EFFECTIVE CHOICE.
LAB GLASSWARE WASHER.
Applications: Food, Bio-Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics, Microbiology
Loads: Tools, Glassware
Fedegari Lab Division latest innovation is a Lab Glassware Washer that capitalizes the experience done with FOWS-series of washers in the pharmaceutical industry.
The power of steam: a cost-effective cleaning
The new FGW Lab Glassware Washer uses a steam generator to improve washing performances. Steam has an optimized emollient effect on greasy and sticky dirt. In addition, steam is able to access hard-to-reach areas and therefore clean thoroughly. Moreover the use of steam can significantly reduces operating costs: this really eco-friendly solution allows to minimize the need of detergents as well as water consumption, lowering the running costs per cycle.
A conductivity meter placed on the FGW drain is capable to detect the water purity, helping to terminate the process as soon as the desired set-point is reached thus further reducing water and other utilities consumption of the washer.
The cleaning process is constantly supervised: dedicated probes monitoring the temperature of the air/water and of the steam in chamber. Fedegari Glassware Washer has an internal LED lamp that remains operative during the whole cycle: in case of alarm evident signals are displayed by color change.
DESIGN AND TECHNICAL FEAUTURES
The piping, as any other equipment manufactured by Fedegari, has a rigorous sanitary finishing. The FGW glassware washer is equipped with custom-made and modular internal trays, connected to the hydraulic system. The external trolleys are fully compatible with those of the FOB5 autoclave.
• Steam improves washing performances.
• Steam as Eco-friendly solution.
• Energy saving function.
• Customizable internal rack.
• Trolleys and trays fully compatible with FOB5 series.
• Sanitary components and CIP to ensure a perfect washing.
• GLP compliance.
• PED Directive 2014/68/UE – Pressure equipment**
• Machine Directive Macchine 2006/42/EC
• EMC Directive 2014/35/UE
• LVD Directive 2006/95/UE