Aquabox

Aquabox
euronda aquabox

Aquabox

Aquabox is a device that allows Euronda autoclaves to be connected to an external supply of water that has already been treated. It is ideal for clinics that already have water treatment systems based on osmosis or other methods. It can be installed easily on all Euronda class B autoclave models. Quality controls on incoming water are guaranteed for devices with conductivity meters.

Dimensions

100 x 100 x 50 mm (wxhxd)

Weight

0.5kg

CE Type Ref:

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