How to use warming cabinet

Prevention, control and treatment of hypothermia (decreased body temperature to below 36˚ C) has been raised as a concern for medical emergencies (frost-bite, bleeding caused by trauma, etc.) or non-emergency cases (before, during and after surgery). Prototypes of warming cabinets were introduced to the market in the1930s as one of the most important and effective methods of preventing and controlling hypothermia.

 

The first generation of these devices used steam technology but new devices are equipped with high-precision digital control and ability in precise temperature monitoring.

 

WGH105 Warming Cabinet, which is of the newest generation of such devices, is capable of storing & heating: solutions used in intravenous injection and irrigation, blankets and other medical equipment being used in various sectors of hospitals and health care centers, such as: operating rooms, emergency rooms, intensive care units (ICU - NICU), recovery rooms, etc.

 

 

WGH105 Features:

  • Interior Capacity: 150 Liters
  • Adjustable Temperature from 25˚C to 45˚C (77˚F- 113˚F)
  • Rapid heating time (4-6 hours, depending on the type and volume of the contents)
  • Double layered body made of stainless steel with thermal insulation
  • Tempered dual-pane glass door which enables at-a-glance inventory without heat waste
  • Audible & Visual alarm in case of:
    • Door remains open
    • The temperature exceeds the set temperature
    • Failure of temperature sensors
    • Failure of component effective in the heating process, including: heater, fan, etc.
  • LCD display & touch buttons
  • Uniform heat production mechanism due to uniform air circulation
  • Adjustable shelves
  • Easy to clean & disinfect
  • Self-closing, magnetic gasket doors
  • IEC60601-1 Standard issued by Iran Medical Equipment Department

 

WGH105 Technical Specifications:

 

External Dimensions

1,100*600*520mm

Internal Dimensions

750*490*410mm

Input Power

210-230 V / 50 Hz

Maximum Wattage

900 Watts