Horizontal Benchtop Autoclave: Intelligent Sterilization Management!


Sterilization plays a crucial role in supporting and ensuring the success of medical and scientific research institutions at all levels. Consequently, a wide range of sterilizers have emerged as essential tools for these institutions to fulfill their guarantee function, and sterilizers have become standard equipment for sterilization supply centers, further emphasizing their significance in the field. There are two types of sterilizers that are commonly used: a lower exhaust sterilizer and a vacuum-induced sterilizer. A lower exhaust sterilizer introduces steam into the chamber and expels air through an exhaust valve, making it suitable for sterilization of glassware, stainless steel tools, bio-polluting waste, and unpackaged items. Whereas a vacuum-induced sterilizer uses a vacuum pump to extract air from the chamber, creating an environment for the direct penetration of high-temperature steam, making it suitable for sterilization of porous items, animal cages, animal bedding, and packaged stainless steel tools.

The sterilizers can be categorized into small sterilizers and large sterilizers based on its effective volume. Small sterilizers, primarily consisting of benchtop sterilizers, are mainly used for disinfecting medical equipment, laboratory utensils, and materials that may come into contact with blood or body fluids. These sterilizers find their main applications in ophthalmology, stomatology, cosmetology clinics, veterinary clinics, community service stations, and similar establishments.


At present, steam sterilizers dominate the global market for benchtop sterilizers, representing a significant 94.87% of total sales. This demand for benchtop sterilizers will continue to rise due to the global population increasing living standards and growing health consciousness, with expectations of reaching a market size of USD 327.92 million in 2027.

To further enhance user experience and meet various scientific research requirements, Haier Biomedical has introduced an innovative Horizontal Bench-top Autoclave to provide users with improved safety, convenience, and efficiency, ultimately accelerating the delivery of research outcomes.

1.Multiple Safety Measures for Maximum Protection

The equipment comes with various safety features, including temperature and pressure monitoring, electronic locks, and mechanical safety devices. In the event that the set pressure is exceeded, an automatic safety valve will open to release the excess pressure. Other safety features of the equipment include automatic over-temperature protection, over-current protection, over-voltage protection and leakage protection, anti-drying protection, sensor disconnection detection, door safety protection, and full-protection heat-insulating door cover, which ensure the overall safety of the equipment and the products it contains

2. New Technology: Intelligent Internet of Things (IoT)

Haier Biomedical’s Horizontal Bench-top Autoclave introduces a new generation of steam generator that boasts higher heat exchange efficiency, larger gas output, improved steam saturation, and more thorough sterilization. The equipment also has a vacuum forced cooling system and an under-pressure blower drying system, which allows for rapid sterilization, and optimizes the overall running time, which improves the drying effect. In addition, the equipment can be enhanced with an optional intelligent Internet of Things module, which enables the constant monitoring of the sterilizer’s operational status through an application on mobile phones.


3. Ergonomic Design to Enhance User Experience

LCD screen display for a more convenient touch control

A 4-inch TFT full-color LCD display has been designed to provide users with a clear and concise overview of information, allowing for quick and effortless comprehension and use.

Variable programs and customization  

Users can modify the program during use to cater to the diverse sterilization requirements of different scenarios and samples.

Innovative structure and increased reserves 

Haier Biomedical Horizontal Bench-top Autoclave is constructed with a 304 stainless steel one-piece tensile lining, ensuring a seamless interior with no dead angles. It is also equipped with an open water storage tank, which not only increases the storage capacity but also simplifies the cleaning process. Even if it has a critically low water level, the stored water remains sufficient for a single sterilization process.


Leveraging innovative approaches in its products and technology and a strong focus on meeting user requirements, Haier Biomedical is dedicated to providing researchers with a safe, convenient, and intelligent experience and creating a pristine medical research environment for experiments that instills confidence and peace of mind in researchers.