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Blanket warmers IFbw classified as Class I medical devices

Feb 09 2018 Read 399 Times

When it comes to giving first aid to seriously injured patients, warm blankets are vital in every emergency room. In a Memmert blanket warmer IFbw blankets and cloths are kept at a precise temperature and are always close at hand. Under no circumstances a blanket warmer must overheat, even if it is filled right up to the top. Therefore the heating capacity of the blanket warmer IFbw is limited to 80°C to prevent cotton textiles from overheating if the appliance is overloaded. Two additional platinum sensors monitor the surface temperatures in the interior and a mechanical temperature limiter interrupts the power supply at a maximum temperature of 85°C. The air inside the hermetically sealed interior is constantly circulated and an automatic open door sensor switches the heater and fan off if the door is opened. Memmert blanket warmers are Class I medical devices in accordance with EU Directive 93/42/EEC and are intended for warming non-sterile blankets and cloths.

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