New & Used Warming Cabinet, Memmert
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Device: Warming Cabinet
Model: BE 600
Model: BE 600
Location: Germany, Berlin
Tips for buying Warming Cabinet
- For efficient use of space, mobile warming cabinets (also called circulating fluid pumps) are recommended for laboratory and operating room settings.
- The temperature of the warming cabinet unit should be verified on an annual basis. Blanket warmers should be set from 49° to 54°C. Higher temperatures have been associated with patient burns; solutions warmed to >44°C can cause several degree burns if maintained for three hours.
- Warming cabinets should have audible or visual alarms to indicate over temperature due to the greater conductivity of solutions.
- Facilities considering the purchase of a warming cabinet should determine whether they need to heat blankets, solutions, or both.
- Facilities should compare the available space for a cabinet with the dimensions of warming cabinet/ circulating fluid pump models under consideration.
- If facilities do not purchase the multifunction cabinet, they may need to use multiple units for warming blankets and/or solutions. These warming cabinet units may take up more floor space, although some manufacturers offer stackable models.
- Compact size and ease-of-transport are important factors in the operating room, where space is often very limited.
- Facilities should not consider disposables as a factor when purchasing circulating fluid pumps. However, one manufacturer offers a reusable filter for linen fibers that may need to be replaced.
- There are very few manual models, and they are usually less expensive than automatic ones.
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