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Water Threatment

MELAdem 40

 

The reasonably priced ion exchanger

With MELAdem 40 you can produce high-quality demineralized water (aqua dem) for a low price directly in the practice. According to the ion exchange principle, contaminating ions in the tap water (e.g. calcium, magnesium etc.) are removed from the water and replaced by hydrogen and hydroxyl ions. MELAdem 40 then supplies high-quality demineralized water. MELAdem 40 can even be directly connected to the MELAG autoclaves Premium-Class, Pro-Class,, Vacuquick and S-Class and then automatically provide sufficient high-quality demineralized water for every sterilization.

The autoclaves Premium-Class, Pro-Class, and S-Class are prepared ex factory with the mounting for fastening the MELAdem 40 to the sterilizer housing. Respective mountings can be delivered to attach to the autoclaves Vacuquick or to the room wall.

In the case of the MELAtronic EN autoclaves, the built-in water storage tank of these autoclaves can be directly filled with the optionally available spray pistol MELAjet.

The conductivity sensor built into the MELAG autoclaves Premium-Class, Pro-Class,, Vacuquick, S-Class and MELAtronic EN automatically checks the water quality of the aqua dem which has been produced and supplied.
If an autoclave does not have an automatic conductivity sensor for checking the water quality, MELAG offers the quality control monitor. The ion exchange resin used to treat the water is then exchanged as soon as the water quality no longer meets the requirements.
 

 

 

MELAdest 65

 

For cost-effective production
of distilled water


MELAdest 65 enables the most economical cost-saving production of high-quality distilled water for autoclaves and for all other applications in doctors’ practices. Water produced with MELAdest 65 is collected in the water storage tank and can be manually filled into the water storage tank of the autoclave.

With a power rating of 800 W, the production of one litre of high-quality distilled water costs only approx. €. 0,20 per litre: i.e., only the cost of power and tap water.
 

 

 

MELAdem 47

 

The environment-friendly
reverse osmosis system

Due to increasing requirements for hygienic processing of the instruments employed in the practice, a more frequent sterilizing of the instruments might be required. The increasing demand for high-quality demineralized water to operate the autoclaves is made sufficiently and inexpensively available by the MELAdem 47.
Reversal of the physical principle of osmosis – in which pure water from a higher-concentration solution diffuses through a semi-permeable membrane – is an extraordinarily environmentally friendly form of water treatment.

MELAdem 47 can be directly connected to the MELAG Europa autoclaves Premium-Class, Pro-Class,, Vacuquick and S-Class to which it automatically feeds demineralized water for each sterilization cycle. The water tap supplied with the system also provides demineralised water for other applications, or for filling the water storage tanks of conventional autoclaves.

The MELAdem 47 is designed for normal autoclaves and for average consumption of demineralized water in routine doctors’ practices. It produces approx. three (3) litres of demineralized water per hour. The water-storage tank supplied has a volume of 4 ... 5 litres of demineralized water.
For greater demand, we recommend the MELAdem 55
 

 

 

MELAtest 60

 

Conductivity sensor


The quality of water for the autoclaves fluctuates highly depending on the source. In order to verify water quality at any time in the practice, MELAG offers the conductivity sensor MELAtest 60.

MELAG offers the conductivity meter MELAtest 60 for testing at all times of the quality of water used in doctors’ practices for instrument preparation and sterilization. The conductivity meter is simply turned on and held down into the water to be tested. The display will show the conductivity reading. Experience has shown that constituents dissolved in water can be dangerous to autoclaves and instruments with conductivity values of 30 µS/cm (micro-Siemens per centimetre) and more. The European standard EN 13060 recommends a conductivity for aqua dem of not more than 15µS/cm.

For the regular calibration of the MELAtest 60, we recommend the calibration liquid with MELAG article No.: 55845.

A MELAtest 60 is not required for the MELAG autoclaves of the series Premium-Class, Pro-Class, Vacuquick, S-Class and MELAtronic EN because the verification of the water quality of the feed water is carried out automatically by the conductivity sensor built into these autoclaves.
 

 

 

MELAdem 55

 

reverse osmosis system
for large demand of aqua dem


MELAdem 55 is designed for the direct connection to the Cliniklav 25, or for doctors’ practices with large demand for high-quality demineralized water. Reversal of the physical principle of osmosis – in which pure water from a higher-concentration solution diffuses through a semi-permeable membrane – is an extraordinarily environmentally friendly form of water treatment.

The MELAdem 55, however, produces more water than the MELAdem 47: seven (7) litres of demineralized water per hour. The water storage tank, delivered with the Cliniklav 25 has a volume of twenty litres.
 

 

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